Fox Valley Animal Welfare League is a non-profit rescue group that seeks to improve the quality of life of companion animals and to keep them in their forever homes by providing programs and services that reduce pet overpopulation while supporting our commitment to animal welfare in the community.
They take pride in their programs that aims to provide a better life for companion animals in the area. This includes:
- The Food Pantry Program whose aim is to reduce the number of pets being surrendered or abandoned due to lack of food and/or medical needs, lessening the burden of homeless pets on local animal shelters and rescue groups, reducing the number of animals being euthanized.
- The Adoption Program which aims to provide forever homes to abandoned, orphaned, or relinquished pets in the area.
- Humane Education that seeks to help new pet owners to maximize their relationship with the new furry members of their families.
Community members can take part in the group’s mission by donating financially via PayPal.
They are located at 11 John Street, North Aurora, Illinois 60542. They can also be reached through phone at 630-800-2254, and through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
For more information about this group, please visit their website at http://fvawl.org.