It All Starts Here Program
It All Starts Here is our premiere youth educationprogram. This program will go into schools and after school programs to introduce our future adult leaders about the special nature of the human- animal relationship and how to take responsibility for their pets. The CAI Animal Project will educate by introducing children to different types of animals who have themselves been rescued and deemed safe to be in such an environment. We teach them about the different needs of the different breeds (both cats and dogs) as well as teach them to celebrate the beautiful pet-human relationship. We will collaborate with local rescues and show kids how to get involved and that pets are so much more than toys to play with. It All Starts Here is a original program of The Animal Project Foundation.
Grants / Financial Aid
Animal rescue is a collaborative effort. Organizations that are doing superior work in the field of animal rescue will receive financial support and grants to help them continue their work in the community.
The Animal Project Foundation (APF) not only provides the much needed and effective financial support for the animal rescue community but we are also creating new programs to educate and create awareness about the problems that face our animal friends. We also fund programs created by other rescue groups that are successful and have proven themselves effective. (See our Grant Programs.)
Organizations that have received funding from APF:
(current 1/1/14 - 7/23/14)
All Species Adoption Program
Emerald City Pet Rescue
Forever Home Pet Rescue
Ghetto Rescue Ffoundation
ICARE Dog Rescue
Kittitas County Friends of Animals
Mutts N Stuff Small Dog Rescue
OC Small Paws
Pet Companions for Cancer Survivors
Rock & Rescue
Spay/Neuter Project of Los Angeles
The Animal Project Foundation supports NKLA. No Kill LA!
L.A. Spay/Neuter Festival
The L.A. Spay/Neuter Festival is a program of The Animal Project Foundation (APF), and offers FREE spay/neuter, vaccinations, and microchip services to under-resourced and under-served communities. Its goal is to reduce pet overpopulation and the senseless deaths of unwanted and homeless animals. The first Festival was held in January 2014, and provided over 700 free services!
For information on the next Festival,
please visit www.laspayneuterfest.com.