Springfield Animal Care & Rescue Club
The Springfield Animal Care & Rescue Club (SACARC) is a non-profit animal welfare organization whose aim is to rescue and place homeless dogs and cats with loving families by working in conjunction with local groups. They are also dedicated to spaying and neutering neighborhood feral cats while raising pet awareness & education throughout Historic Springfield. Founded in 2006, SACARC has successfully found forever homes for nearly 500 animals.
Being a private organization, they require the help of the community constantly. Some of the ways to make a difference in the lives of the animals under their care include:
- Donating in cash to fund vet bills for spaying/neutering, microchipping, and vaccinations.
- Volunteering during Dog Days and at adoption events.
- Grant writing.
- Organizing fundraising events.
- Fostering a furry friend that is awaiting adoption. SACARC will be providing the food and litter while the foster parent provides the love and care needed to rehabilitate a furry friend. He or she will also be responsible for taking a companion animal to adoption events.
SACARC can be contacted through mail at 221 N. Hogan St. #219, Jacksonville, FL 32202, through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about this group, please visit their website at http://www.sacarc.org.
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