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Speaking of Dogs Rescue Program is a Canadian registered charity. They are a volunteer-based dog rescue in Toronto that is dedicated to assisting dogs from shelters as well as taking in dogs surrendered by their owner when space allows. They have a focus on helping senior dogs. Their dogs are lovingly cared for in foster homes until They find them a suitable forever home.

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Herpetological Conservation International

HCI's mission is to conserve imperiled reptiles and amphibians through the creation of land conservancies and research. Our current projects include Project Pondo, which is an effort to create the world’s first-ever chameleon specific reserve for the endangered Pondo Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion caffer) of South Africa, and The Michael Dee Conservation Grant, which was created in August of 2017 in memory of Michael Dee.


Toronto Cat Rescue

They are a foster based rescue which means that they have no shelter so they are dependent on available foster homes.  Without foster homes, they cannot pull cats and kittens from high kill shelters.


With fostering, all expenses are paid by the rescue. It is a great way to see if you want to try out cat ownership with no risk or expense.  It is also great for people who cannot afford cat ownership.

Be part of the solution.


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African Wildlife Foundation

Africa is home to some of the world's most endangered species, including the mountain gorilla, Grevy’s zebra, and Ethiopian wolf. To protect populations from further decline, our on-the-ground safeguards involve training rangers and using sniffer dogs to stop wildlife traffickers. Wildlife must survive in their natural habitats, so we empower local communities through conservation-friendly development and work with international agencies to protect Africa’s natural resources.

Critical to protecting these vital ecosystems are people. Sharing land across the continent, local communities and wildlife often live alongside each other, leading to struggles for space and water. If people and wildlife learn to live together — inside and outside of protected areas — the future for all will thrive.

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Collective ConSERVation

Collective ConSERVation is an approved 501c3 non-profit created to increase the awareness of various conservation projects in relation to endangered wildlife. Our goal is to aid ongoing projects through the use of targeted fundraising efforts.



Reptilia education and conservation foundation is dedicated to providing affordable curriculum-based educational programming to children across Canada. We believe that everyone has the right to experience nature! By bringing nature into the classroom we create long-lasting experiences that students will carry with them forever. We are dedicated to empowering students in the conservation of species across our planet.”


WCN was founded in 2002 on the premise that one person can truly make a difference for wildlife. Since its inception, WCN’s objective has been to equip effective conservationists with the tools and resources they need to succeed.

With this core mission in mind, we welcomed six independent field-based conservationists into our partner Network for the first time: Cheetah Conservation Fund, Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Project, Okapi Conservation Project, Save the Elephants, Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation, and Snow Leopard Conservancy.

In addition, we held our first Wildlife Conservation Expo in Los Altos Hills, CA, providing conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts with a place to connect and share ideas.

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