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The Care Givers Circle provides community, kinship, and resources for all who are committed to building a more diverse and equitable Human Animal Well-being movement.

The Care Givers Circle functions as a hub where members can network, share stories and ideas as well as have priority access to all CARE information, resources, and shareable content.The Care Givers Circle will provide national and local calls to action, monthly zoom calls, our CARE newsletter along with regular opportunities to support and participate in this movement.

Please join the circle to be part of creating positive change for people and pets across the country.

SEE WHAT WE’RE FOCUSING ON BELOW

HELP US END BREED-SPECIFIC LEGISLATION [BSL]
and HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE DISCRIMINATION

BSL and Insurance Discrimination policies disproportionally hurt People of Color and the pets they love. Everyday across the U.S. Bully Breed dogs, who have shown no violent behavior, are torn from their loving families and killed. And like Logan Ryan, thousand of hard working families are denied homeowners insurance because they choose to live with Bully Breed dogs.

DIRECT CARE FUND

Watching a pet you love in pain is an agony of its own. When injuries happen, the lucky few of us can rush our four legged love ones to the vet with little financial worry. But for too many without financial means, injuries to pets can present financial ruin or the lost of a loved family member. CARE is building a Direct CARE system designed to help families with urgent vet needs.

Join the CARE Givers Circle and help us keep families and pets together.

VETERINARY SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Only 2% of veterinarians in the U.S. are African Americans. Aside from the well reported national vet shortage, CARE is determined to bring more African American vets to the field. To that end we’ve established the Dr. Jodie G. Blackwell Scholarship Fund.

Join the CARE Givers Circle and help vet students fulfill their dreams!

“To serve is beautiful, but only if it is done with joy
and a whole heart and a free mind.”

― Pearl S. Buck

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