How Your Money is Being Spent
TAMPA, Fla. - ...The best three out of 62 bay area agencies evaluated by the respected and independent Charity Navigator are Big Cat Rescue, Special Operations Warrior Foundation and Homeless Emergency Project.
Big Cat Rescue got top marks for spending 87 percent of its revenue on programs and less than six percent on fundraising. But a big part of the rating is accountability and transparency, which includes listing board members, key staff and making their IRS form 990 available to anyone.
NEW GLOBAL ALLIANCE COMMITS $80 MILLION TO SAVE THE WORLD'S WILD CATS AND THEIR ECOSYSTEMS
Commitment Unites Donors from China, India, the United Arab Emirates and the United States to Collectively Provide $80 Million in Cornerstone Funding for Panthera's $200 Million Initiative for Wild Cats
Mr. Hemendra Kothari, Dr. Thomas Kaplan, Her Excellency Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, and Mr. Jho Low (left to right) announce a new global alliance in Abu Dhabi committing $80 million to conserve the world's wild cats and their ecosystems.
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News from Tiger Nation
With the Illegal Wildlife Trade conference in London, hosted by the UK Government, the brainchild of both Prince Charles and Prince William, and alongside senior officials from across the globe, let us all hope that they can get some concrete action on stopping the catastrophic toll on our planet’s flora and fauna. According to new research carried out by TRAFFIC, parts of 1537 Tigers have been seized in illegal trade across 13 Tiger range countries in the 14 years between 2000 and
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Spain's First Big Cat Symposium
Get the report on the Primadomus_Big Cats Symposium_30-8lr in Spain.
USDA APHIS Considers Changes to Vet Care Policies
See a break down of the changes here.
What do you think? USDA APHIS will accept comments until Oct. 11, 2013.
The following link will bring you to a page that will allow you to:
1) view Policy 3 located under Primary Documents;
2) view a chart that highlights the proposed changes located under Supporting
Jamie and Justin See Big Cats in Africa
Big Cat Rescue President, Jamie Veronica, and her husband, Dr. Justin Boorstein saw more big cats in one week than most people see in a lifetime of visits to South Africa in this Cat Chat episode where we review their photos.
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