The Actors Fund
is a national human services organization that helps everyone-performers and
those behind the scenes-who works in performing arts and entertainment, helping
more than 13,500 people directly each year, and hundreds of thousands online.
Serving professionals in film, theatre, television, music, opera, radio and
dance, The Fund's programs include social services and emergency assistance,
health care and insurance, housing, and employment and training services. With
offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actors Fund has-for 131
years-been a safety net for those in need, crisis or transition. Visit www.actorsfund.org
Actors and Others for
Animals is a California 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation. It is dedicated to
eliminating pet overpopulation, ensuring the care and protection of pet
companions and improving the quality of life economically challenged,
disadvantaged and undeserved pet guardians by providing referral and financial
assistance for spay/neuter and veterinary medical procedures together with other
animal/human bond enriching programs. For more information visit www.actorsandothers.com
The Roar Foundation, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which
exists solely to support The
Shambala Preserve. Our mission is to educate the public about the dangers of
private ownership of exotic animals. Huge numbers of exotic dangerous animals
are bred and sold in the United States for illegal purposes. Private ownership
presents a grave danger to the public and is cruel and unfair to these animals.
More stringent legislation is needed to prohibit breeding and selling. We are
actively involved in legislating this on federal and state levels.
1983 I had been rescuing the exotic felines since 1972. Up to the present, The
Shambala Preserve has given sanctuary to over 235 exotic felines - lion, tiger,
cougar, black and spotted leopard, serval, bobcat, Asian leopard cat, snow
leopard, cheetah, lynx, tigon, liger and African elephant. All have come to the
Preserve after confiscation by authorities, such as California Fish and Game,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, SPCA and Humane Societies. They are from
roadside zoos and private citizens who realize they have purchased an animal
they can no longer handle.
The exotic cat trade is a huge business. According
to US. Fish and Wildlife it is on a par with illegal drugs. Once an animal is
brought to Shambala, it remains here for the remainder of its life. As a true
sanctuary, we do not buy, breed, sell, trade, or subject them to commercial use.
Our only purpose is to allow these magnificent animals to live out their lives
with care, understanding and dignity. Each has the best human, nutritional,
medical, emotional and mental care possible.
There are many ways you can
support The Roar Foundation: become a Member of the Roar Foundation, Adopt a
Wild One, provide an item from the Shambala Wish List; attend a Safari Tour:
visit The Trading Post, become a volunteer, attend one of our hugely popular and
unique Sunset Safaris, and for a truly memorable experience, spend an entire
night in one of Shambala’s authentic African Tents! All of these help to further
Shambala’s educational efforts and support our mission. One special weekend a
month, we hold the Safaris where Shambala opens the gates to the public for a
small admission fee (by reservation only). All guests must be 18-yrs or older.
Please come visit us and support our beautiful Wild Ones. For more information
Association to Protect Children is a national pro-child, anti-crime membership
association. We are founded on the belief that our first and most sacred
obligation as parents, citizens and members of the human species is the
protection of children. PROTECT is a bipartisan pro-child, anti-crime lobby
whose sole focus is making the protection of children a top political and policy
priority at the national, state and local levels. In 2002, following a
successful national volunteer effort to moderize North Carolina's incest law,
the National Association to Protect Children (known as PROTECT) was established.
PROTECT was the first single-issue lobby in America dedicated exclusively to the
protection of children. We began operations in January of 2003. The next year, a
charitable arm, then called Promise to Protect, was created, conducting very
modest operations until 2008. In 2011, both organizations underwent strategic
restructuring. Promise to Protect was renamed the National Association to
Protect Children, and our original pro-child, anti-crime lobby kept the name
PROTECT For more information visit www.PROTECT.org
with H.E.R.O. Child-Rescue Corps is comprised of an elite group of
wounded veterans who will be taking to a new battlefield in November, by working
with federal law enforcement to locate and rescue children from sexual
exploitation and abuse. In this short video, members of the H.E.R.O.
Child-Rescue Corps members explain their new mission at http://vimeo.com/m/77349698
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