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Mahalo to all of our Sponsors!

2024 Marion & Richard Graham Foundation Recipient


KARES is most grateful to be recipient of a $30,000 grant from the Marion & Richard Graham Foundation, formed in 2022 with the mission to prevent cruelty to animals and to enhance their lives.

2023 Grey Muzzle Organization Grant

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KARES is one of 90 animal welfare groups chosen from 344 applicants nationwide to receive a 2023 grant from the Grey Muzzle Organization to help our Hawaii Island senior dogs.  The grant will provide medical and dental care to at-risk rescued and owned senior dogs, those aged 7 years and older.


The award of $10,100 is intended to make a difference in the lives of older dogs in support of the vision of “a world where no old dog dies alone and afraid.”

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KARES recipient of Mutts Across America 2022 Award


PETCO LOVE Grant Award

KARES is honored to be recognized by Petco Love (formerly Petco Foundation) with a $7,500 grant award to support our life saving community programs of canine spay and neuter and helping pets find loving homes.  Together we are partnering with Petco Love to improve the quality of life for our island pets in need.

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Bissell Pet Foundation Grant Award

We can’t say it enough times: if you want to prevent pet overpopulation, spay and neuter your pets, both cats and dogs. This will make a difference to reduce the number of pets in shelters and rescues. The Bissell Pet Foundation is committed to this life-saving work and has provided the funds for spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations for our island dogs.  You may recognize the Bissell name as associated with home care products.  

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County of Hawaii 

KARES was awarded a grant for spay and neuter of companion dogs as a continuation of the County's support over the past 7 years to help control the overpopulation of island dogs. We thank the County for sharing in this community service to provide sterilization of almost 800 dogs for the benefit of the people and animals of Hawaii.

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