Grants

Grants

What are The Rachael Ray Save Them All Grants?

Rachael Ray Foundation logoAnyone in animal rescue knows there's a lot of work to do. So Best Friends Animal Society wants to make life saving a little easier for our Best Friends Network partners with the Rachael Ray Save Them All grants.

We are interested in funding projects that will reduce shelter deaths in your community. Proposed projects MUST demonstrate, with statistics, a direct impact on saving lives and/or lead to a reduction in shelter deaths.

Projects can be related to:

  • Targeted spay/neuter
  • Adoption initiatives
  • Trap-Neuter-Return or Return to Field projects for community cats
  • Intake prevention programs
  • Programs aimed at saving the lives of big dogs

Network partners can apply for a grant of up to $50,000, with the amount requested not exceeding 10% of their operating budget.

  • Projects can be focused on just one event or program, or can be more open to include multiple events or programs. These grants are intended to help your organization take lifesaving to the next level, so let us know how you would use a grant to accomplish that.

Now Accepting Grant Applications!

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for grants up to $50,000!


Please note, we have identified the types of projects that are of highest priority and will have the largest impact on lifesaving in each region. Click here for more information on regional grant priorities. 

Deadlines:
Thursday, March 8 at 5:00 pm Mountain time
- is the deadline to apply for a grant. 
March 1 to March 8- applications submitted during this last week of the grant cycle, are considered final and will not be eligible to be revised if information is missing or incomplete.

Click here to learn about the requirements for applying for a grant.

You can also view a brief webinar on the Rachael Ray Save Them All grants by clicking here.
 

Find inspiration and get your team motivated by looking at past winners of the Save Them All grants!