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"We work with veterans who are isolated from traditional social services support and enable family members to work together to determine their own course of action to resolve their problems. Through our fund, we work to provide limited medical and financial assistance to all eligible veterans and their families. This includes limited emergency economic assistance and relief for families in crisis. Our various partnerships also make it possible for us to help secure many benefits, services, and equipment at reduced rates or at no cost for qualified families."
Your support is needed and appreciated! By donating today you are contributing directly to the children’s programs. On behalf of the children and their families, thank you for your kindness and generosity.
When Northeast Animal Shelter (NEAS) was founded in 1976, our goal was simple – to rescue homeless cats and dogs and place them in permanent, loving homes. I’m proud to say that NEAS has succeeded beyond our wildest expectations - NEAS saves more than 4,000 homeless cats and dogs each year. NEAS is now one of New England’s largest no-kill shelters.
NEAS’ kennel staff and volunteers work 365 days a year, caring for about 100 pets each day. They are always preparing special food for dogs and cats who don’t want to eat, keeping the kennel spaces very clean, gently handling many frightened animals, and providing medical care. NEAS’ adoption counselors work tirelessly to place each pet with a carefully matched adopter. Our work is hard. It can be very emotional at times.
It is so heartwarming to see a local family come to our adoption center and be united with a furry family member. I will never tire of seeing a newly adopted pet, leaving with her or his new forever family – adults and children smiling, dogs’ tails wagging, cats purring.
With each pet’s life that we save, a caring adopter will take home a new best friend who they will love and cherish. Most of these pets were facing euthanasia, and are now beloved members of local families.