Following are some of the organizations that The Village Dog provides with ongoing financial support.  We applaud their good works!



Homes for Our Troops   Homes for Our Troops builds and provides specially adapted homes at no cost to wounded veterans who have returned from service with life-altering injuries.    

Protect Our Winters   Since 2007, Protect Our Winters has been growing a social movement on climate, designed to activate a passionate community of outdoor enthusiasts and create the political will for meaningful action by state and federal policymakers.  We all need winter.










World Wildlife Fund    WWF's mission is to conserve nature and to reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth while building a future in which people live in harmony with nature.







Farm Sanctuary   Farm Sanctuary is dedicated to farm animal protection, and works to promote compassion, and enact laws and policies that protect the welfare of farm animals.  With sanctuaries in New York and California, and with national campaigns, they focus on advocacy, education, and rescue. 



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No Barriers USA  No Barriers USA's mission is to unleash the potential of the human spirit.  They work with adults and youth with disabilities and challenging life situations, and with anyone wanting to go beyond their norm.  Through transformative experiences, tools and inspiration, they help people embark on a quest to contribute their absolute best to the world.

PETA   People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals works nationally and internationally focusing attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods: Factory farms, the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. 








Carol's Kentucky Rescue  Carol's Kentucky Rescue has saved the lives of thousands of homeless animals in Kentucky's poverty-stricken Appalachian mountains.   In 2013, The Village Dog provided the funding for the purchase of a four-acre property with a residence, and also for a transportation van and top of the line kennel system from K9 Kennel Store able to house up to 40 dogs to help them continue their inspirational work on behalf of animals in need.

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