Facts About Us
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance will revolutionize the status and wellbeing of homeless companion animals in Michigan using the nationally-recognized No Kill Equation model to achieve the goal that no healthy or treatable animal is euthanized due to lack of shelter space or permanent home.
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is a nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that works with shelters, rescue organizations and animal advocates.
The State of Michigan with 10.1 million residents.
A board of directors. Chairperson is Deborah Schutt.
Funds are generated by private contributions, corporate and foundation support and grants.
History and Purpose:
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance was originally established as Oakland Pet Fund in November of 2003. The organization operated for five years with the goal of eliminating euthanasia of adoptable and treatable homeless companion animals in Oakland County by 2010. The approach follows a nationally recognized movement to create a humane response to the perception of companion animal over-population, solutions to employ business strategies and models, and collaboration and cooperation among the business, government, nonprofit communities and concerned citizens. As successful programs were advanced in Oakland County, the Pet Fund was approached for their expertise and resources by organizations outside Oakland County for assistance. In 2008, Oakland Pet Fund became the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance to expansion efforts throughout the state.
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance welcomes contributions. Please make checks payable to Michigan Pet Fund Alliance and send to Michigan Pet Fund Alliance, 2210 Lancaster, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance, 2210 Lancaster, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302