Forgotten Dogs Foundation Launches - Dec 2020
December 2020 marks the announcement of the Forgotten Dogs Foundation, a non-profit 501c3, registered in the state of Illinois, USA.
The Forgotten Dogs Foundation is focused on saving as many lives as possible, by supporting high ethical shelters and initiatives.
The foundation started in 2020 after founder Anthony Hudson formed a board of passionate people from around the world, who were committed to making a difference in saving the lives of homeless animals.
The board were all fully behind the mission but there were a few things that they all had in common when it came to donating;
Do people always know where their money is going?
And when people donate, that’s it, they are not fully part of the journey.
They then started forming the foundation in a way that partners with shelters and other non-profits that are highly ethical and in return for support and donations, would share exactly where the money is being spent and also to share the journey of how the animals are being saved from the street to being adopted.
The charity is registered in the state of Illinois, USA where Anthony currently lives and works and wherever his career has taken him as a coach, he has always been involved with animal welfare. There is a great need for support in Chicago especially, but FDF also support one other initiative that is close to their hearts – helping end the dog meat trade in South East Asia. They then partnered with an initiative of the Humane Society International, that is working in South Korea to end the trade, not just at the ground level but also at the government level.
The aim of FDF is to build awareness of pet over-population in the world and gain as much support so they can save as many animals lives as possible.All Articles >