Animal Welfare Grantees in 2013

Animal Welfare – a total of $20,100 granted

Horse Shelter - $4,750:  To enhance the Shelter’s capacity to help more abused and abandoned horses through support of the adoption program; increase and expansion of community outreach program and resources. [$2,500 from the Sherpa Fund, $1,000 from the Anonymous Memorial Fund, $1,000 from the Susan & Conrad De Jong Fund, and $250 from the Wallen-Eloisa Family Fund]

Northern New Mexico Street Homeless Animal Project - $5,550:  To expand its capacity and volunteer base to better meet the health and safety needs of the companion animals of the street homeless in Santa Fe. [$5,000 from the Sherpa Fund, $300 from the Turn & Return Fund, and $250 from the Wallen-Eloisa Family Fund]

People for Native Ecosystems - $1,000:  To support reintroduction of Gunnison’s Prairie Dogs to the Galisteo Basin Preserve. [$1,000 from the Sherpa Fund]

Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society - $2,000:  To support an outdoor training facility (including outdoor dog living areas) for dogs with kenneling-related negative behaviors, equipment for mental stimulation, and a simulated home environment for transition to indoor living. [$1,000 from the Helen R. Homans Fund, $500 from the Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund, and $500 from the Wallen-Eloisa Family Fund]

Santa Fe Raptor Center - $2,500:  To help feed, care for, and house native and migrating bird species that come to the Center as a result of injury or as orphans. [$2,500 from the Sherpa Fund]

Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary - $3,300:  To provide sanctuary for more wild horses, deepen partnerships, treat mustangs with contraception, shift policy to keep more mustangs free, and share humane vision for wild horses. [$2,500 from the Sherpa Fund, $500 from the Susan & Conrad De Jong Fund, and $300 from the Turn & Return Fund]

WildEarth Guardians - $500:  To support work to pass legislation to significantly restrict trapping and poisoning on public lands in New Mexico. [$500 from the Helen R. Homans Fund]

Wildlife Center - $500:  To support the care and feeding of injured, orphaned, and ill wildlife, and the dissemination of information to the public who have wildlife encounters. [$500 from the Helen R. Homans Fund]

 

 

Your Contacts for Nonprofits

Christa Coggins
Vice President for Community Philanthropy

(505) 988-9715 x 7002

 

Diane Hamamoto
Program Officer

(505) 988-9715 x 7008


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