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The mission of the SPCA of Westchester is to provide shelter service and is recognized as a “no-kill shelter”. The SPCA never euthanizes an animal except in cases of terminal illness. The SPCA is the only shelter authorized by New York State to enforce the laws as they relate to animal cruelty in Westchester.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The mission of St. Vincent de Paul High School is to educate students through a college preparatory curriculum that develops their spiritual, academic, and social potential. As a Catholic school, we teach Gospel values and ideals and provide opportunities for our students to experience and grow in their faith. Our goal is for students to become compassionate, responsible and active members of their communities.
Standardbred Retirement Foundation provides humane care and services for horses in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, lifelong follow-up, or lifetime sanctuary; and offers therapeutic equine opportunities for children, and adults.
The Strategic Business Institute (SBI) was started in early 2002, and received its nonprofit status as a nonprofit public charity in 2004. SBI’s design/model has been dynamic; starting with an educational format in the area of business development and business networking. Over the years of growth they have: Scheduled over 3,000 meetings, classes, seminars and social events
• Passed over 2 billion dollars of referral business to our students
• Helped students develop, market and finance multiple new businesses
Talbot Humane has been helping animals of Maryland’s Eastern Shore since 1932. The mission of the organization is to provide a safe and healthy environment for unwanted companion animals in it’s care; place every treatable and adoptable pet into a loving home, protect all animals from cruelty and neglect and reduce the number of unwanted, neglected or abused animals in our community through intervention, spay/neuter and educational services within Talbot County and beyond.