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20 Days of Care for Rescued Tiger

FUNDED July 5 2013 – Thank You!

IFAW_TIgerRescueThe International Fund for Animal Welfare is one of GreaterGood’s charitable partners involved in all aspects of animal rescue. They are leading the fight to protect the wild tigers of the world…and helping when these amazing animals are found in private zoos.

In 2006, IFAW established two national parks in Russia’s Primorye district –a protected habitat for tigers. They’ve also done similar work in India, home to the largest remaining wild tiger population in the world. With their help, tigers have returned the Sariska Tiger Reserve, a place where all the wild tigers had been killed by poachers.

Today, IFAW is working with the Indian government to establish habitat corridors connecting fragmented tiger populations, thereby reducing conflict between humans and tigers.

In India and Russia, they rescue wild tiger cubs found injured or orphaned by poachers and rehabilitate them with the goal of returning them to life in the wild.

In the United States, they’ve worked to rescue tigers kept captive in unsafe conditions by private owners. Although these animals cannot be safely released into the wild, IFAW makes sure that they are taken to proper sanctuaries where they will live out their days with room to roam and proper diets.

They also continue to work with federal and state authorities as well as lovers of big cats to educate the public on the need for stricter regulations governing the ownership and breeding of tigers:

Recent Projects

Fund Two Mammograms for High Risk African Women: Completed March 6, 2015

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Breast cancer is no longer a disease found primarily in wealthier countries; worldwide, this scourge is on the rise. But screening is not as readily available in some parts of the world. In Sierra Leone, there is only one mammography machine, and getting a mammogram can be prohibitively expensive. You can help mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends in Sierra Leone.

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Give Puerto Rico’s Animal Shelter Workers the Training They Need: Completed March 4, 2015

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Despite being a US territory, the animal sheltering system in Puerto Rico is decades behind its counterpart in America. Less than 45% percent of dogs and 30% of cats that make it to shelters are ever adopted, and there are hundreds of thousands of street dogs and cats in this small island chain that will never get a chance at adoption in the first place. An incredible group of students reached out to One Picture Saves a Life on behalf of all animal welfare groups in Puerto Rico asking for a special training workshop catered to the specific challenges that shelters on the islands face. You can help make this workshop a reality. It will improve the image of rescue and adoption and save more lives.

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Offset 30 Tons of Carbon by Planting Sea Grass: Completed March 2, 2015

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The Ocean Foundation created the SeaGrass Grow! program to protect and restore sea grass habitats and provide voluntary opportunities to naturally offset greenhouse gas emissions in the ocean–known as “Blue Carbon.” The goal of this project is to restore 1,000 square feet of seagrass. Their education plan empowers the public to conserve and protect sea grass resources by informing them of the importance, benefits, and vulnerabilities of sea grasses.

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Vaccinate 16 Deserving Foster Cats: Completed February 27, 2015

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The sheer number of healthy, adoptable cats being euthanized in shelters is staggering. Most of these animals are not neutered or spayed, have never had vaccinations, and many have lived on the streets. There are a number of things we can do to improve these animals’ chance of finding forever homes. You can help. Just one click and you’ll vaccinate 16 deserving cats!

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Feed Five Burmese Refugee Students for One Year: Completed February 25, 2015

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Thousands of Burmese children dwell along the borders of Thailand, living in uncertain status as their parents seek work as migrants. The Mae Tao Clinic not only provides them with meals, but also an education that will help them change the world around them.

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Fund 37 Hours of Whale Research to Save Humpback Whales: Completed February 25, 2015

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With only 21,000 North Pacific humpback whales in the Pacific Ocean, they are an endangered species. They face many challenges from ship strikes and ocean noise, to pollution and fishing nets that can easily entangle them. Thanks to the Whales of Guerrero Research Project, there may be hope. The organization not only conducts research and offers education to the local communities, but also works to provide alternative jobs to the fisherman, such as leading whale-watching tours. You can help their efforts today. With a quick click, you’ll fund 37 hours of whale research that will lead to a better life for both the humpback whale and the community of Guerrero as a whole.

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Fund 16 Humane Traps for Feral Cats: Completed February 20, 2015

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Managing feral cat colonies humanely using TNR (trap-neuter-return) methods is a huge commitment usually undertaken by caring individuals or nonprofit animal welfare organizations. These efforts are costly, with traps being one of the most expensive items. Tru-Catch Traps, the leading humane cat trap company, and GreaterGood.org want to provide these much-needed traps to deserving shelters and rescue groups. With your help, we can make a huge difference for these underserved organizations and the lives of community cats everywhere. Just $5 helps buy a Tru-Catch Trap.

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Already, your actions have given $30 million to nonprofit charities around the world since 1999. That means millions have received help and assistance because of your efforts: hungry families fed, pets rescued, rainforests saved, breast cancer caught and treated, children helped, and so much more.

What You Can Do: Small Actions, Big Results

We invite you to explore the network of great charities and good works that make up GreaterGood. Find the cause, program, or project that speaks to your passion for helping others and start making a difference today.

We believe that no good action is too small and, with all the new tools at our websites, together the results are greater than ever before. Make a daily click, sign a petition, donate what you can, shop where it matters, and help us spread the word.

Every day our community grows larger and the good that we have done together grows greater. Every day we’re adding new pieces to our story. , read our blogs, or join us on Facebook to learn even more about how your actions continue to make a difference daily.

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