We have a responsibility to our community and our donors and work hard to ensure long-term sustainability of our organization. New Life K9s is funded in several different ways. To ensure the New Life K9s program can continue to save lives for many years to come we have set up many small business projects that help fund the program.
Thousand Hills Pet Resort provides premium daycare, boarding, and training and 100% of the proceeds go to help fund our mission. 100% of our administration costs are paid for by Thousand Hills Pet Resort so every donation goes directly to helping our service dogs get their education.
Mission Cars provides vehicle donation services for New Life K9s and other local nonprofits. 100% of the proceeds from vehicles donated goes to New Life K9s. For every vehicle that is referred by another nonprofit, 50% of the proceeds goes back to the other nonprofit and the other 50% goes to New Life K9s.
New Life K9s partners with California State Prisons to sell inmate artwork and custom pet portraits to help provide funds for the program.
We work hard to research any possible grant opportunities that we are eligible for. We also try to partner with as many local businesses as possible to get discounted or donated supplies and services.
After all these different sources of funding we still rely on our very generous donors to help fully fund the New Life K9s program and save the lives of Veterans, First Responders, Inmates, and so many others.
We make our IRS Form 990 available for review, as required by law. If you would like to make a donation, please click Donate above.
Please note that New Life K9s is a branch of Son Care Foundation, Inc., which has other nonprofit branches. All branches, including New Life K9s, are included in the IRS forms below.
Our EIN #: 75-2547239
Please let us know if you have any questions about our funding sources or financials. If you or your business are interested in helping support New Life K9s please contact us.