Thank you to everyone who has generously given in support of our mission. From the individual donor to organizations and corporations, all funds help us in our mission to increase survival rates of rescued kittens.

In particular, we want to recognize the following organizations for their financial support:

  • ASPCA: The National Kitten Coalition is honored to be a recipient of a generous COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant, thanks to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®. This kitten-life-saving grant will allow us to reach all of our current goals, albeit in a post-COVID way! We are so thankful NKC can to move forward and assist many targeted segments of the animal welfare population.
    We look forward to sharing ASPCA®’s generosity with shelters, rescues, groups, individuals and the veterinary community—all who share a passion for kittens!
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  • Best Friends Animal Society provided Catawba County Animal Services (NC) with a Rachel Ray Save Them All Grant to work with The National Kitten Coalition to increase the number of kittens adopted into loving homes by providing educational workshops to staff and foster caregivers, among other tools.
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  • Maddie’s Fund: In August 2016, the Coalition was awarded a $5,000 Innovation Grant from Maddie’s Fund. Thanks to this grant, we provided several workshops to shelters and rescue organizations within the eastern portion of the United States. These workshops were tailored to the specific needs of the requesting or hosting organization. For a list of these organizations, visit our Programs page!
  • The Humane Society of the United States provided NKC with a grant to work with the Newborn Kitten Rescue to develop a tool kit and webinars for those seeking to save at-risk kittens that most shelters would not intake because there are would be a challenge too great for their current resources.
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  • Alley Cat Allies –  Funding the production of Coalition kitten-care webinars presented live for Alley Cat Allies and archived on their website.
  • Animal Welfare League of Arlington, Arlington, VA: Spearheading a new approach to kitten care training via monthly Coalition workshops offered to their staff and volunteers as well as prospective foster parents.
  • Leonard X. Bosack and Bette M. Kruger Charitable Foundation, Inc.: Covering Coalition speakers’ fees for two presentations offered to animal welfare organizations in the greater Washington D.C. area.

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