Help Us

Helping to save lives.Rez Animal Resources & Education is a 501(c) (3) charity (tax id 20-4394930) that is operated completely by volunteers. There are no paid employees or costly overhead expenses which means that the money you donate will go directly to helping an animal in need. Contributions go directly to paying the cost of getting an animal fixed or to provide emergency medical care to a dog or cat that is sick or injured.

 

Click here to see our 2013 Financial Summary

 

We participate in the GuideStar Exchange, the on-line standard for nonprofit accountability and transparency.  Click here to see our GuideStar profile

 

Donate

Helping to save lives.Financial contributions can be made by clicking on the donate button.  All donations are tax deductible.  We will send an acknowledgement of your donation for use as a tax receipt within 6 weeks.

 

If you'd prefer to send a check please mail to:
Rez Animal Resources & Education
PO Box 8640, Lacey, WA 98509 

 

If you are a federal, postal, or military employee please consider donating to us through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).  Through the CFC, government workers can support Rez Animal Resources & Education through payroll deductions.  Designate your CFC contribution to Rez Animal Resources & Education by using our CFC code number – #56916

 

Link to Greater Olympic Peninsula CFC

Link to CFC of South Puget Sound

Volunteer

Helping to save lives.Rez Animal Resources & Education is a small organization that would love to have more people to help us help the animals.  We are looking for help in the following areas:

  • Foster homes (for 2-3 months)
  • Assist with pet adoptions on weekends at Petco or Petsmart
  • Transport animals for spay/neuter surgeries
  • Collect donations of food, dog houses, and pet supplies

If your interested in helping us please send an email to alouder@ml1.net with info on how you'd like to help.  You can also call us at (253) 370-6392.  We will be happy to talk with you about joining us in helping animals in the Native communities here in southwest Washington.

 

 

Special Thanks to Our Partners