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 Race for the Rescues

Because animals do not have a voice. Four million cats and dogs-about one every eight seconds-are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Most of these animals die unwanted and alone.

 Race For The Rescues believes that by uniting animal lovers and animal welfare organizations to work together we can change those heartbreaking statistics and make our world a better place. 

The donations raised through Race For The Rescues will be used to help save the lives of once forgotten dogs, cats and horses and help them become cherished family members. In addition, providing important programs to the community such as veterinary care for the pets of low-income families, free spay and neuture clinics and a shelter intervention program. Please join us to run, walk, shop or adopt! Or be there in spirit by registering for our Couch Potato race or making a donation.

To learn more about the hosting organization you can GET ON The Rescue Train by visiting



A Sense of Home


  Vision – We believe as Confucius stated that “the strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home” and that a home full of hope, dignity and love is the first step in homeless prevention. We envision a society where the excess of businesses and individuals are shared through a community experience with those in need of “home”. We envision a world where furniture and appliances are never sent to landfills but always given a second life. We believe that homelessness can only be eradicated through the active participation by all community stakeholders when focusing on prevention. The largest sector falling into homelessness are virtually invisible to society. They are the young people who survived the foster care system only to exit the system having to fend for themselves. To this end, we vow to work relentlessly toward the accomplishment of our…


 Mission – A Sense of Home strives to prevent homelessness by creating first-ever homes for youth aging out of foster care with donated furniture and home goods. 30% of those struggling with homelessness are former foster youth. The homeless crisis can only end through prevention.