There are many non-profit institutions that provide a step up for humanity.
We are proud to sponsor the following charities.
They are worthy of your support.
Childhood Humanities and Services
Children’s Home of Kingston
"Beginning in 1876, the Children’s Home of Kingston provided the orphaned
children in the Kingston area with food and shelter. Today, the Children’s
Home and Grove Street Academy give troubled boys a second chance at life;
providing housing, counseling, and education to get them on their feet and
realize their dreams."
St. Jude’s Research Hospital
A cancer hospital for children where no child is denied treatment due to their
inability to pay. The hospital is a leader in research for the treatment and
prevention of childhood cancers.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Based in NYC since it was founded in 1866, the organization's mission is to provide
effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.
Dutchess County SPCA
It is the mission of the DCSPCA to rescue and provide temporary humane shelter for the
abandoned, neglected and abused companion animals of the Dutchess County community.
Central to their mission is the securing of caring, responsible, permanent homes for the adoptable
animals in our care.They provide humane law enforcement throughout Dutchess County, and by example and
through education, promote and advance responsible, humane companion animal guardianship.
Animal Farm Foundation
Their mission is "To restore the image of the American Pitbull Terrier and protect all dogs
from discrimination and cruelty." Animal Farm educates the public and houses some of the
finest family pets for adoption.
Heart of the Catskills
"We continue to care for those who cannot speak or care for themselves. We educate our community,
defend the meekest, teach humane treatment for all living creatures, foster a compassion for the
weakest, heal the broken trust of the abused, and link the lonely with a four-legged companion.
Whether it's an unwanted German Shepherd or a tabby whose guardian has passed away—no matter what
the reason, we take them. And we will until we educate every person in our community that spaying
and neutering animals is the only humane thing to do, that owning a pet is a commitment for the
lifetime of the pet, that abuse or neglect is unconscionable and illegal. And we will try to
match every adoptable pet with a loving home. Every day. As we continue our journey of a Heart."