Seattle, WA, August 26, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Animal Rescue Site’s latest partnership with Humane Society International focuses on helping the street dogs of Bhutan.
A “Spay/Neuter A Street Dog” Gifts That Give More (tm) has been added to The Animal Rescue Site. The Gifts That Give More (tm) program allows shoppers at The Animal Rescue Site make a small donation to help the Humane Society International implement the first-ever nationwide spay/neuter program in Bhutan.
The Humane Society International is currently working in Bhutan on a three-to-five year catch, neuter, vaccinate, and release program for the estimated 50,000 street dogs living there. The country is providing half the funding for sterilization, and is committed to the long-term effort. So far, HSI staff have treated more than 16,800 dogs.
Previously, The Animal Rescue Site and GreaterGood Network partnered with the Humane Society International to provide assistance to animal rescue groups in Japan. Following the 2011 tsunami and earthquake, The Animal Rescue Site visitors contributed more than $200,000 to these efforts, which will help animal rescue efforts in the region through 2012.
More about Gifts That Give More(tm) and GreaterGood Network
The Animal Rescue Site is part of the GreaterGood Network, a collection of websites dedicated to helping worthy causes.
100% of all donations received through the Gifts That Give More(tm) program are donated to charity as a grant from the 501(c)3 nonprofit GreaterGood.org.
Since 1999, the GreaterGood Network has contributed more than $20 million to charity worldwide. Donations are funded by “Click Here To Give” button located on the homepage of GreaterGood websites (click donations are paid for by sponsoring advertisers), contributions through the Gifts That Give More (tm) program, and sales at GreaterGood Network’s online stores.