It has always been our mission to support and assist animal based charities however we possibly can. These organisations do wonderful things for dogs, pets and humans (with the help of some incredible dogs), and whose charitable causes we are honoured to be involved in or to support:
Animal Rescues Appeal Inc – assists animal sanctuaries, shelters, rescue groups and their foster carers throughout Australia to save lives through sourcing and providing them with items and equipment they need.
Arctic Breed Rescue of Victoria – volunteers based in Melbourne who rescue, rehabilitate and rehome Akitas, Huskies, Malamutes, Samoyeds and other Arctic breeds in need.
Assistance Dog Australia – a national charity that trains Labradors and Golden Retrievers to help people by providing them with greater freedom and independence. They provide service dogs to people with disabilities, children with autism, people living with PTSD and people living with dementia.
Bark for Life – an annual event held by the Cancer Council, Bark For Life is a chance to recognise and celebrate cancer survivors, patients and their four-legged carers and, importantly, to raise money to fund research to save more lives.
Delta Society Australia – a national not-for-profit that provides animal assisted therapies including therapy dog visits to hospitals and care facilities, workplace therapy dog visits, and classroom canines and dog safety education in schools.
Lort Smith – the largest not-for-profit animal hospital in Australia. Lort Smith also provides Adoption Centre services and Community Outreach programs.
Make a Wish Foundation – gives very sick children and teenagers hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience
Noah’s Bark Dog Rescue – located in Melbourne, Noah’s Bark Dog Rescue rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes unwanted and abandoned companion canines.
Pets of the Homeless – Raising awareness & providing food, veterinary care and other support to the pets of people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Pets Haven Foundation – a not-for-profit that rescues dogs and cats from death row pounds, cruelty cases, puppy farms and the community, and responsibly rehome these animals to give them a second chance at life.
Rescue a Cat Inc – a not-for-profit run by volunteers on the Mornington Peninsula to care for the wellbeing of stray, abandoned and surrendered cats through a network of foster-carers, and rehoming through adoption.
Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage – no kill pet rabbit rescue in the Dandenongs that provides care for sick, unwanted, stray or mistreated rabbits; facilitates short term care, medical treatment and long term re-homing; and educate on responsible rabbit ownership.
RSPCA Victoria – a community based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. Across Victoria, the RSPCA’s community services include the work undertaken by their Inspectorate, Animal Care Centres, Clinics and Education teams.
Sharpei Rescue – a Not For Profit in Victoria dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned and neglected Shar Pei dogs. Through a community network of volunteers they provide the appropriate medical care, training and socialisation programs, rehabilitation and re-homing.
Shamroq – Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute Rescue of Queensland Inc. is dedicated to the rescue, care, welfare and rehoming of Northern breeds, including, but not limited to, Alaskan Malamutes and Siberian Huskies, in Queensland
Wildlife Victoria – protects, rescues and rehabilitates Victorian wildlife through a network of wildlife rescuers, carers and other volunteers.
Working Dog Rescue – a non profit charity whose primary mission is to save working dog breeds from being euthanised in council pounds and shelters and find new homes for them. They operate Australia wide.
Proud Artist Member of HeARTspeak – dedicated to “creating a world where no shelter animal goes unseen”, HeartSpeak connects Artists with Shelters and Rescue Organisations to the increase the visibility of and create a better life for animals throughout the world.
We also use products in our home and studio because they are pawsome – in that they are both great products and that they give back to others:
SaviourLife – we use saviour life training treats in the studio. They’re Australian made, dogs love them and we love that they donate 50% of profits to rescue groups.
Thankyou – we use Thankyou’s body care range and water in the studio (and personally enjoy their museli and bars). A social enterprise, Thankyou donates 100% of profits towards ending global poverty.
Who Gives a Crap – We use the toilet paper and paper towels in the studio and our home. They donate 50% of their profits to WaterAid to build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.
Ways we Help
- Photography for Adoption Profiles
- Website photography
- Photography for Calendars, Cards and other products to be sold for raising funds
- Gift certificates for Auctions
- Event attendance & photography
- Raising awareness for your events
- Special Projects
- Product Donations (we’re very fortunate to receive a number of doggie products every year and where we can we love to pass these on)
If you run, work in or volunteer with a pet or animal based not-for-profit organisation and would like our assistance with then please get in touch via our form here.
Before contacting us for assistance, please:
- Ensure that it’s for an animal based charity. We’re going to be of the most assistance to those who align with what we are about – the love and appreciation we have for dogs, pets and animals. If it’s not, then we’re going to unfortunately say ‘no’ to your request.
- Double-check that your organisation doesn’t already have a photographer that they’re working with.
- Understand that we can’t support all requests – we receive many requests to support or donate to fundraising activities and while we would love to assist them all it’s not always possible.