Alley Cat Allies is honored and proud to be named one of Charity Navigator’s top 10 pet rescue organizations.
Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator, named Alley Cat Allies in its Tuesday blog, which puts a spotlight on highly-rated charities each week.
“Alley Cat Allies appreciates Charity Navigator’s recognition,” says President and Founder Becky Robinson. “We’re also thankful to our donors and supporters who enable us to improve cats’ lives around the world.”
Alley Cat Allies has had the highest rating of four stars for four consecutive years from Charity Navigator, which evaluates organizations based on financial health, accountability, and transparency.
We are the global engine of change for cats, protecting and improving cats’ lives through innovative and cutting-edge programs. We work with animal shelters, lawmakers, and community members to create humane policies for cats. Here’s a glimpse of some of our lifesaving work in the past few months:
- We provided vital resources and supplies to organizations in California that, with our assistance, were able to provide lifesaving veterinary care and reunite missing cats with their owners following wildfires and mudslides.
- We provided a grant to a local rescue group on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, which was hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, to help the many displaced animals there.
- In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, we sprang to action, providing financial and on-the-ground support to organizations in Texas and Florida.
- We are working tirelessly to support legislation to ban declawing in cities and states around the United States. We supported a declawing ban in Denver that passed in November, and we are now advocating for similar bans in three states.
- We are helping countless individuals do Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), advocating for positive TNR ordinances, and holding workshops to empower community members to help cats.
In 2018, Alley Cat Allies continues to expand our reach to protect and save even more cats. We couldn’t do it without our more than 650,000 supporters across the nation and the world, who ensure that we can continue to save cats’ lives.