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About Us

 


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Our Vision

Our vision is a statewide community where all companion animals are free from hunger and thirst; free from discomfort; free from pain, injury and disease; free to express normal behavior; and free from fear and distress – the five freedoms.

Our Mission

Our mission is to support and enhance the five freedoms for companion animals in the state of Colorado through impactful and innovative grant making.

 

CPOF License Plate Deadline - January 15th, 2017

Applications for the 2017 CO Pet Overpopulation Fund Lincese Plate grants (to help fund veterinary care, emergency care, spay & neuter, and microchips for Colorado animals in animal shelters or rescues around the state) are due January 15th, 2017.

 visit www.coloradopetfund.org for more information. 

Now Hiring - Program Director

AAF is now hiring a Program Director. 

The Program Director is the backbone of the Animal Assistance Foundation and will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure AAF maximizes the impact of our funding. We are looking for a fantastic teammate who will put 100% effort into AAF’s mission to support the 5 Freedoms for companion animals around Colorado. 

 

Click here for more details. Resumes accepted until December 31st, 2016. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Next Grant Cycle

The 2016-2017 AAF grant cycle is now closed. Please stay tuned for next year's grant cycle coming up early summer 2017. 

 Please go to our Application Process page to get a more detailed description of the application process.


 

The Jakebulance!

As many of you know, Katie and I spend a lot of time driving around the state getting to know you and all the great work you do. In the future look out for the brand new Jakebulance when we come and visit you! And buy an "Adopt A Shelter Pet" license plate!

 

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Why the Jakebulance? A picture of my departed companion Jake is on the back of the vehicle. Jake loved riding in cars. LOVED IT. He used to ride in the back of my truck (with a topper on of course!) and because he got so excited he would bark......for hours. We sounded like an ambulance coming down the road............woof woof woof woof wooof woof woof.  Hence, we now have the Jakebulance to remind us how much better our lives are when we adopt a pet from a shelter

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Some of our friends