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We are so excited to tell you that Grass Roots Rescue just got IRS approval of our 501(c)(3) status.  This is especially wonderful because some shelters will only allow rescue groups with 501(c)(3) status to pull animals.  Also, it means that your donations are tax deductible. 

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Grass Roots Rescue has taken in more than 110 dogs and cats since our founding in August 2013. In addition, we have provided the funds for veterinary care of 50 animals in the community through our program to provide medical care for feral cats and the pets of people with limited income.  All this is possible because of the support we have received from our friends and the community.  We wanted to take a moment to say thank you. In order to continue to do what we do, we need everyone’s help. You can help in many ways…fostering, adopting, and/or making a donation.  Thank you !

olive 6GRR was founded in August 2013 with two primary objectives: 1) Pull dogs and cats at risk in animal shelters and get them adopted. 2) Spay/neuter and provide life-saving veterinary care for dogs and cats at animal shelters & other rescues and in the community.

GRR is operated completely by volunteers.  There are no employees and no compensation for the directors on the board.   Private veterinarians and/or animal hospitals provide medical care for dogs and cats and spay/neuter.  Of course, we search for discounts and special clinics whenever possible.

kittens togetherGRR volunteers foster, transport animals to the vet and handle all fundraising and administrative activities.  We are committed to minimizing our costs so we can save as many lives as possible.  We would love to have your help –  tell us about what activities interest you on our contact form.

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  1. LAURIE DICKERSON

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  2. jeanine givens

    abbey the little dachshund that was hurt in the back yard that grass roots rescue helped out is doing some what better can wiggle her tail now and has a great appetite. she is still paralyzed in her back legs but seems to be getting her strength back and tries to stand a little. this is her third week going forth since it all happened. thank god for people like kaili and her supporters that helped our abbey out and us. my husband is working on a wheelchair for her for the upcoming weeks. thank you all for all your help.

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    1. Karli Swope

      I’m so glad we were able to help Abbey out. You guys are a great family, and I appreciate your wanting to give back and help out. Really means alot to us GRR girls :)

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  3. Ken Drerup

    Buddy has been with us for one day and is doing great. Sweet dog. The Scotties seem to be accepting him pretty well. Please tell us how we can contribute to Grass Roots.

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  4. John H. Kruck

    My wife and I own a home in south jersey. I saw your post about PJ in Facebook. Could you e-mail me all the info that you can about PJ. Were very interested. Sincerely John H. Kruck. P.S. I am Facebook friends with both Nancy and Deby.

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