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Giving Back

We at Lincoln Bark have a deep love for animals that goes beyond formulating healthy, all natural treats for your canine. As part of our commitment, in promoting animal welfare, Lincoln Bark donates a portion of our profits to animal welfare organizations. Now that’s woof-tacular! Below you will find charities that we have supported, whether it be through financial contributions or the donation of our products.

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SitStayRead
http://sitstayread.org/
Lincoln Bark is proud to be the official treat of SitStayRead. Their mission is to improve literacy skills and foster a love of learning in at-risk children. Founded in 2003, the organization brings teams of trained volunteers and certified reading assistance dogs to Chicago Public Schools and inner-city community programs. SitStayRead is the leading literacy organization in the United States to use dogs as a tool to improve reading in grades one through four. Dogs enable SitStayRead to tackle the serious issue of childhood illiteracy in a fun way, and test scores prove that their programs improve reading fluency.

Anti-Cruelty Society
http://anticruelty.org/
As Chicago’s oldest and largest animal welfare organization, the Anti-Cruelty Society is building a community of caring by helping pets and educating people through their comprehensive programs and services. The Anti-Cruelty Society is a private, non-profit humane society providing an open door to any animal in need 365 days a year.

PAWS Chicago
http://www.pawschicago.org/
Founded in 1997, PAWS Chicago is Chicagoland's largest No Kill, humane organization, focused on transforming the old "cage and kill" method of sheltering to a model that guarantees life to homeless pets.

Western Riverside County/City Animal Shelter
http://www.rcdas.org/
Western Riverside County/City Animal Shelter’s mission is to end euthanasia, while providing education to assure a safe, healthy, and caring environment for both people and animals.

LA Animal Services East Valley
http://www.laanimalservices.com/
LA Animal Services of East Valley is dedicated to promoting and protecting the health, safety and welfare of animals and people. They envision a day when every pet born has a good home and is cared for all its life, and no person is ever endangered by an animal.

2nd Chance Center For Animals
http://secondchancecenter.org/
Since 2004, 2nd Chance Center For Animals has worked to provide opportunities for a quality life for homeless and unwanted companion animals and to provide resources to enhance the human-animal bond.

Watermelon Ranch
http://www.wmranch.org/
Since 1996 WMR has rescued and adopted out over 20,000 animals into loving homes. They are one of the premier not-for-profit facilities in the Southwest. The 10-acre facility has become New Mexico’s Largest No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Lucky Paws
http://www.cabq.gov/pets/shelters-rescue-groups/lucky-paws
Located in Albuquerque, NM, Lucky Paws is the 1st retail adoption center in the United States operated by a a city animal welfare department. They find homes for overlooked dogs, cats, house rabbits, birds and exotics, disabled and challenged pets, as well as fostered litters of puppies and kittens which otherwise crowd the shelters.

Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society
http://sfhumanesociety.org/
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter is the largest animal shelter and care facility in northern New Mexico. They serve more than 10,000 lost, stray, abandoned or injured animals each year.

Amarillo SPCA
http://www.amarillospca.net/
Founded over 25 years ago, the Amarillo SPCA is a local organization that operates a shelter for dogs and cats, and works daily to end pet overpopulation.

Best Friends of Pets
http://bestfriendsokc.org/
Best Friends of Pets was formed in 1994 to help increase pet adoptions and improve conditions for pets at the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter. They strive to reduce the pet overpopulation problem of too many homeless pets by helping pets and their owners.

ARF
http://www.arftulsa.org/
ARF's mission is to rescue animals from city animal shelters. For over 20 years, they have been caring for homeless pets and finding them new homes.

Joplin Humane Society
http://www.joplinhumane.org/
The Joplin Humane Society is dedicated to finding forever homes for the unwanted, abandoned and neglected dogs in their care.

Wayside Waifs Humane Society
http://www.waysidewaifs.org/site/PageServer
Wayside Waifs is committed to finding homes for all adoptable pets. Wayside is the largest pet adoption center in Kansas City, placing over 5,400 animals each year in loving forever homes. Wayside does not euthanize adoptable animals, and there are no time limits for animals in their care.

Castaway Animal Rescue Effort
http://www.carerescue.org/
Castaway Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), no-kill animal shelter and sanctuary that specializes in rescuing sick, injured, and abused animals in the Ozarks. C.A.R.E. is a nonprofit, state licensed facility. All animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

Humane Society of Missouri
http://www.hsmo.org/
Since 1870, the Humane Society of Missouri has been dedicated to second chances for animals in need. They help more than 85,000 homeless, abused and unwanted animals each year.

Sangamon County Animal Control
http://friendsofac.org/
Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control is dedicated to enriching the lives of, and eliminating the euthanasia of, adoptable pets in residence at Sangamon County Animal Control Center.