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RedRover's youngest On-Call Angel shares the gift of helping animals with her friends - by asking for RedRover donations instead of birthday presents.
Our RedRover Readers program is designed to prevent animal cruelty by fostering empathy in children. One teacher recently described how the program’s impact shows up in her classroom, from improving kids' reading skills to the displays of kindness toward special needs students, pets and even stray dogs.
RedRover President and CEO shares five simple ways for all of us to feel more connected with animals, people and ourselves.
Join us on Saturday, April 29th from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm at Hagan Park located in Rancho Cordova,
In 2016, RedRover Responders volunteers sheltered more than 1,600 animals. For a limited time, you can order your own commemorative Tour T-shirt listing all of the deployments from 2016!
By RedRover Relief Program Coordinator II, Laurel Meleski
In November, my colleague Rachel and I had the privilege of working alongside our amazing RedRover Responders volunteers on a special collaboration to help domestic violence victims and their pets in Longview, Washington.
Working together with Rescue Rebuild, our task was to transform three rooms at Emergency Support Shelter (ESS) into pet-friendly, co-sheltering spaces.
"These animals are my family and I feel it’s right that we help them." A young On-Call Angel shares her feelings on why she helps animals.