Along with Best Friends Animal Society, provided a significant grant to support the Baltimore Community Cat Project, designed to help lessen the burden on BARCS by enhancing the humane population control of free-roaming cats in Baltimore City. This 3-year grant will allow for the TNR of an additional 3,500 community cats each year.
Also funded a TNR project to spay/neuter 850 cats in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City.
Most recently, PetSmart Charities provided grant funding to increase our in-house spay/neuter capabilities and to create an Intake Prevention program in 2016.View Website
Along with PetSmart Charities, provided a significant grant to support the Baltimore Community Cat Project, designed to help lessen the burden on BARCS by enhancing the humane population control of free-roaming cats in Baltimore City. This 3-year grant will allow for the TNR of an additional 3,500 community cats each year.
Also funded a part-time animal behaviorist to help with dog behavior training.View Website
BARCS is grateful to the Petco Foundation who has generously provided funding for BARCS for spay and neuter surgeries, event sponsorships, puppy cages, replacement of an industrial washing machine and dryer motor, and general operating funds.
Most recently, they provided a grant to expand our offsite adoptions, enabling BARCS to hire two offsite adoption counselors to coordinate adoption events in the community and to provide oversight to local retail stores that house some of our adoptable cats so a broader audience can see them.View Website
The Baltimore Orioles produces the annual Orioles Pet Calendar with proceeds benefiting BARCS, hosts an autograph signing, and they consistently go to bat for the animals at BARCS.View Website
The Soft Side Campaign was created in response to the alarming incidence of animal abuse in Baltimore and many of their events raise funds to benefit BARCS.
Nancy Cohen and Michael Schaffer from Eddie’s of Roland Park generously provided the seed funding to launch the BARCS Medical Care Fund. Dedicated animal lovers, they have generously sponsored BARCStoberfest and held many special events to support the animals at BARCS.View Website
The Baltimore County Kennel Club is made up of individuals who have had many years of experience in the sport of dogs. They hold an all-breed AKC sanctioned dog show each April at the Timonium Fairgrounds as well as an AKC sanctioned match in the fall. The members provided a generous sponsorship for the dogs at BARCS.View Website
The ASPCA generously donated funding after our Hurricane Sandy emergency evacuation. The ASPCA's funding allowed us to purchase those cages and store them should a disaster strike again, forcing us to evacuate all of the animals in the shelter. The ASPCA also generously funded a 12-month lease for our modular unit for dog intake. They also gave us much needed funding for the BARCS Bond program that helps low income families keep their pets, as well as scholarships to send many of our employees to animal sheltering conferences.View Website
Everyone recognizes the huge BARCS outdoor sign when they drive up to the shelter that was generously donated by Harbour Sign & Graphics, LTD. Helping us with branding, they have created our professional 6’ banner used at events and in our lobby, bronze donor recognition plaques and many of our other signage needs.View Website
Mission Media is a creative agency located in Baltimore, MD, USA that provides interactive, graphic design, branding and advertising services.View Website
Provides Science Diet cat and dog food for all of our animals through their Shelter Program.View Website
For providing grant funding for over $10,000, especially from the Walmart of Arbutus store who enocurages other local area Walmart stores to donate to BARCS, as well as supplying volunteers and sponsorship of BARCStoberfest, and for providing ongoing pet food and pet enrichment items.View Website