Rover: The Barkington Edition Releases November 15, 2018
RoverWorks.org donations, events, fundraisers and donated items have generated donations of over $2.5 million to over twenty five deserving rescues across the country. A list of some of the organizations RoverWorks.org continues to help is below.
How Rover helps rescues
Rover presents organizations with an extraordinarily unique way to raise money. Each year, RoverWorks.org selects a few lucky organizations that are then able to offer existing donors an extraordinary opportunity to have their dog photographed by Andrew Grant and Amanda Hedlund and grace a page of the next Rover book when they make a donation to one of our partnering rescues.
A fun and easy way to attract new donors!
One of the things that excites us the most is hearing from rescues that Rover provides them with an effective way to attract new donors. Rescues are able to present prospective donors with a rare and exclusive opportunity to immortalize their dog while helping other pets. Moreover, the unique Rover opportunity can be used by organizations as a vehicle to attract new donors who continue to support the organization long after the initial Rover book photoshoot.
Animal rescues and shelters we benefit
RoverWorks.org donations, events, fundraisers and donated items have generated donations of over $2.5 million to over twenty five deserving rescues across the country. A list of the organizations RoverWorks.org continues to benefit:
Nominate your favorite rescue
Dog photographers, Andrew Grant and Amanda Hedlund, are actively seeking rescues to support in the following cities. Please contact us if you would like to recommend a rescue or nominate your own. Please note, we primarily focus on organizations with a comprehensive spaying and neutering program in place.
Los Gatos, California
|Pebble Beach, California
Redwood City, California
Salt Lake City, Utah
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sea Ranch, California
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin