A Road To Home

How can you help

A Road To Home Inc. is a 501(c)3 organiztion funded entirely by donations and grants and run entirely by volunteers. We are greatful to every donor and volunteer that makes our rescue work possible. In addition to monetary donations these are just a few of the opportunities available for those wishing to help animals in need.
  1. Volunteer to help with one of our community events, like the annual yard sale or our booth at Arts in the Park on the second weekend in July.
  2. Donate items like blankets, small rugs, or dog beds for fostering, or new or good condition leashes, collars and toys. We also accept donations of food, treats, and other new or good condition animal items.
  3. Like us on Facebook and share our posts about lost, found, and adoptable animals.
  4. Share your skills and hobbies with us. Baking, carpentry, computer skills, sewing, proffesional writing, or love and patience.  If you have the time and the interest your skills will be a valuable addition to our mission.
  5. Become a volunteer animal foster. A Road To Home Inc., and the community that it serves has no animals shelter or any other structure that can house animals for more than a few hours. This makes volunteer fosters more important. Please consider becoming a foster and sharing your home with an animal that has no place else to go.
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Apply today to become a foster and help rescue animals in need.

Fostering can be one of the most rewarding things you will ever volunteer to do. However, A Road To Home recognizes that is can also be stressful, exhausting, expensive, overwhelming and more. 
This is why A Road to Home does everything possible to support its volunteer fosters.  You can help by donating supplies like food, treats, bowls, and bedding and all the other day to day things that cats and dogs need. Even if you don't think you can be a foster, you can help support those who do.  

Millie is a rescue success story, but it took one emergency 2 day foster, a 3 week isolation recovery foster home, and a foster to adoption home to get where she is now. She also required medical care that was paid for with donations, and pick up done by yet another volunteer.
When A Road To Home first met Millie she was starving, covered in blood and dirt, and couldn't quit shivering. We would learn that the shivers were neurological damage from surviving distemper, her owners hadn't vaccinated her. Later we would find out that she had been shot, we knew this when the vet pulled a bullet out of her jaw. 
Today she is health, happy, spoiled, and enjoys bossing around her two brothers and crawling under the covers. She is friendly to everyone she meets, and shares endless kisses. 
A Road To Home may have saved Millie's life, but it is her unconditional love for everyone she meets that is the real gift!