September Grant Winners
L'Arche Australia - $2,000 Grant
L’Arche Australia provides support and resources to developing and sustaining communities of L’Arche in Australia. L’Arche exists to empower people with intellectual disabilities to make their unique and significant contribution to Australian society.
The Sweet Pins Foundation Limited - $1,000 Grant
The Sweet Pins Foundation aims to combat literacy issues by providing free books and educational resources to primary school children.
Cat Haven WA - $1,000 Grant
Cat Haven WA take in and look after over 8,500 stray and unwanted cats every year. They work with the community and government to continually improve cat welfare and reduce the feral cat problem in WA.
Pound Patrol - $1,000 Grant
Pound Patrol is the voiceless for the voiceless animals that are in pounds being killed for no fault of their own. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome. One by one till there are none.
Assistance Dogs Australia Limited - $1,000 Grant
Assistance Dogs Australia is the only national charity in Australia to provide internationally accredited assistance dogs across a diverse range of disability needs.
The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society (NZAVS) - $2,000 Grant
“Dear My Giving Circle. We are so happy with winning the grant!
Thanks you for making it possible to give animals used in science a voice. Thank you.”
Kitten Inn Lower Hutt - $1,000 Grant
The Kitten Inn serves the community by taking unwanted Mother cats and kittens and desexes and re homes them to loving families. We also help promote desexing to reduce the population of stray and abandoned animals in the Wellington region.
Waihi Beach Lifeguard Services Inc. - $1,000 Grant
Waihi Beach Lifeguard Services Inc. are a well-established volunteer lifesaving club with three patrols across the 10km stretch of Waihi Beach.
The Northland Emergency Services Trust - $1,000
The Northland Emergency Services Trust (NEST) is a charitable trust established to provide a dedicated emergency rescue helicopter service for the people of Northland.
One by one rescue NZ - $1,000 Grant
One by one rescue NZ offer assistance in privately rehoming dogs, helping in hardship with food and care via our food bank resources.
Voice For The Needy - $2,000 Grant
Voice For The Needy‘s main focus is to increase compassion and responsible pet ownership among citizens of countries where animals are traditionally regarded as property.
Serbia's Forgotten Paws - £500 Grant
Serbia’s Forgotten Paws aim to improve the lives and welfare of animals in shelters and sanctuaries we work with. Donating enables us to vaccinate, neuter and feed the dogs in our Serbian shelters and foster homes.
Cotton Branch Farm Sanctuary - $1,000 Grant
Cotton Branch Farm Sanctuary provide a safe haven for abandoned, abused, neglected, and elderly pigs. In the past 2 years alone, they have saved over 1,000 pigs, and worked 3 large hoarding cases across the US.
DunRoamin' Stray and Rescue - $1,000 Grant
DunRoamin’ Stray and Rescue takes care of sick and injured cats and dogs that otherwise would not survive. They take care of colonies of cats that are feral by spay and neutering, rabies shots and any medical issues that are found.
Lower Mainland Humane Society - $1,000 Grant
Lower Mainland Humane Society seeks to provide Health, Happiness, and Homes for mistreated or abandoned pets.
PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome Foundation - $2,000 Grant
PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome Foundation are committed to elevating pten hamartoma tumor syndrome awareness and accelerating pten research.
CDH International - $1,000 Grant
CDH International is a 25 year old global non-profit started by the desperate parents of these children, searching for support, information and a way to save future children.
Angelman Syndrome Foundation - $1,000 Grant
The mission of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation is to advance the awareness and treatment of Angelman syndrome through education and information, research, and support.
Friends of Faith Pruden Foundation - $1,000 Grant
The mission of the Friends of Faith Pruden Foundation is to raise awareness of childhood cancer and the gold ribbon.
United We Serve - $1,000 Grant
United We Serve provides a safe haven for military service members, veterans and family members during times of difficulty and crisis.