Uniting The Pet Rescue Community
Filling a vital community need, PACC911 brings together over 120 animal welfare organizations throughout Arizona, most of which are within Maricopa County. PACC911 provides opportunities for its partners to work together for the benefit of the animals and assists animal welfare partners in 5 distinct ways:
PACC911 has helped raise over $2.3 million for homeless animals through innovative events and dedicated fundraising.
Our large outdoor adoptathons help find loving homes for the animals in the care of partnering groups. Between 2004 and 2011, over 6,300 pets were adopted at PACC events. In 2011, coalition partners combined adopted out 15,600 pets.
We’re committed to educating and influencing people of all ages about responsible pet care and the humane treatment of animals, including why spaying and neutering is critical to tackling the pet overpopulation crisis.
PACC911′s Chuck Waggin’ Pet Food Pantry assists low income families and the elderly with food for their pets, assuring that they can stay in their homes rather than being relinquished.
The Emergency Medical Fund and the newer Lulu’s Angel Fund helps with veterinary assistance for sick and abused animals. Since 2004, we have dispensed over $500,000 to animal welfare partners to help ill or injured animals become more adoptable.