‘The Harmony Fund offers a lifeline to so called “underdog” animal rescue squads across the planet. Our partners are the small but incredibly courageous and effective animal rescue teams who operate in parts of the world where funding is very hard to come by. Our supporters are helping us to dramatically impact the capacity of these rescue teams to touch thousands upon thousands of animals who might otherwise be unreachable.’

‘The Great Animal Rescue Chase celebrates the art of animal rescue with a worldwide race to rescue one million. It’s a free event, open to all, and is perhaps the only global animal rescue event aimed at helping any animal in distress, anywhere in the world. Our ambition is to create a culture of enthusiasm and pride in animal activism. We believe in teaching, by example, that there is a hero in each of us just waiting to be unleashed. Empowered animal lovers can not only save lives, but build the momentum for powerful animal welfare reform.’

‘The Harmony Fund offers a sacred space of hope for animal lovers.  We don’t believe that we have to break your heart with graphic photos or dire forecasts. Instead we invite you to take a look at our projects near and far, and if you’re ready to start saving animals hand-over-fist, please make a donation today.’



‘Laura Simpson is founder of the Harmony Fund, a unique charity network that sustains the work of animal rescue squads throughout the world in their daily mission to protect and heal animals others might deem “unreachable”. With projects several countries and the annual rescue of several thousand animals, the Harmony Fund takes a unique blue sky approach that allows supporters to enjoy an uplifting experience.’

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 Rees Foundation


Rupert Bertie, Deputy Chair of the Board of Trustees said:

“We were aware that care leavers were being left unsupported by local authorities and, as a result, were more likely to be homeless or involved with substance misuse or crime. We had seen lots of young people receiving ongoing support from the families who had been their foster carers and we could see how they benefitted from these continuing relationships. We felt that a charity like the Rees Foundation could do the same for those with care experience.”

Jan Rees, Founder said:

“I’ve worked with looked after young people for over thirty years and I can see that there is a need to link care leavers to other care leavers. It can be lonely out there if you do not have family to support you, to help you practically or in many other ways. We know there are some excellent schemes and organisations out there and the Rees Foundation can work with these organisations to make sure all people with care experience are looked after when they need it.”

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‘We are a street dog rescue focusing on extreme hard luck cases, healing & rehabilitation, and finding homes with loving families across the globe. Our rescues would surely die without our intervention.’

‘Founders, Jan and Carlos Cabral have been rescuing Brazilian street dogs since 2001 with their own funds. Dogs In Brazil was born after the catastrophic Rio de Janeiro mudslides in 2011 when the region was devastated and their livelihood lost. Today Dogs In Brazil is solely supported by the generous donations from global supporters who share our ideals that every life is worth saving.’

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