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Philanthropy 2020-04-17T01:04:12+00:00

We believe that success should be shared and that we are all responsible for making a positive impact in our world.

As such, with our revenues we support a wide variety of charities including:

The Half Percent Project was created to educate foundations and philanthropists on the plight of animals and the need to consider animal welfare as part of their giving portfolio. They help animal welfare organizations improve their structure, governance, operations and obtain access to funds. They will provide the “playbook” for transformation and funds to support this. They want to encourage philanthropists and foundations to direct ½ percent (at least!) of their annual giving towards supporting animal welfare.

At UJA, we identify and meet the needs of New Yorkers and Jews everywhere through the power of collective action. Together, we care for people in need, respond to crises close to home and far away, and shape our Jewish future. For our next century, we’re mobilizing our entire network to get involved in ways never before possible.

Since 2009, Blind Dog Rescue Alliance volunteers have rescued over 500 visually impaired dogs across the United States and Canada. We work to rescue blind dogs, assist their owners, and educate the public about these wonderful dogs.


Rescue Dogs Rock, Inc., rescues puppies and dogs from high kill shelters, owner surrenders, puppy mill throw aways and medically neglected and suffering dogs and give them the proper medical care, then they do their best to find them the perfect home. They are deeply committed to healing the physical and emotional wounds these animals have suffered.


Let’s Adopt! started as Facebook-based group motivated by one single goal: to help animals in need in Turkey. In recent years Let’s Adopt! has expanded exponentially.  Reaching to rescue animals throughout the globe.  With chapters in Germany, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Canada and several others, Let’s Adopt! is establishing a network-of-good where animals will be given the best opportunity for rescue, immediate care, and survival.


The Blue Card assists over 2,400 Holocaust survivors annually. As these men and women age, they are plagued with the consequences of surviving the most devastating conditions imaginable, including poor nutrition and no medical care.


To bring Better Days to abandoned cats and kittens through direct rescue, TNR, education and funding of qualified rescue groups.


They find homes for abandoned cats and dogs in New York City and throughout the Tri-State area, and provide behavior intervention when needed to improve chances of adoption.


To improve the welfare of dogs and cats in Thailand, resulting in better lives for both the animal and human communities, to end animal cruelty, and to ultimately create a society without homeless animals.