Help west coast animals today!
Things You Need to Know:
1. CARE Network is the non profit, animal rescue & outreach organization on the west coast of Vancouver Island you can call if an animal needs help. We primarily work with dogs, cats, and their human families but we also help wild birds and any other animal in need out here.
2. The time has come to build an innovative animal shelter and care facility on the coast! Our volunteer foster home capacity is maxed out. We just got a lease for the land, now we need funds to build the shelter. Please donate what you can here: www.gofundme.com/west-coast-animal-care-shelter
3. CARE has recently gotten into the coffee business to raise the funds needed to sustain CARE's local animal support services (animal emergency response, affordable spay & neuter support, animal bylaw support, animal care training, etc.) CARE's high integrity coffee offerings include three unique blends of roasted beans sold whole, by the pound (454g), and a new cold brewed coffee sold by the bottle (in stubby amber bottles), in 4 litre pouches (with tap) or by the 20 litre keg.
CARE COFFEE is proud to feature the art of Jeffrey Veregge, a member of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe with Suquamish and Duwamish tribal ancestry. Veregge is an honor graduate from the Art Institute of Seattle and had the privilege to study with Tsimshian master carver David Boxley. Check out his unique art here: www.jeffreyveregge.com
CARE is also very fortunate to be able to feature the photography of Tofino's Jeremy Koreski: www.jeremykoreski.com Check out Jeremy's photo of Long beach on our new bottles of Tofino Cold Brew and bags of CARE's medium roasted beans.
On the bags of CARE's popular medium-dark roast coffee is the fine art of local artist, Claire Watson (www.clairewatson.com).
Jill Patterson (www.jillnancyphoto.com) has lent CARE a number of her incredible shots. A beautiful photo of Lily, one of the first dogs CARE worked with, can be found on bags of CARE's dark roast.
Care needs your help
Do you know a store, cafe, restaurant, pub or brewery that may want to sell CARE's cold brew coffee by the glass or bottle? 100% of our profits help animals along the coast so let's sell as much as we can!
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Coffee isn't a Joke
Comprehensive Animal Care on the Coast
The Coastal Animal Rescue & Education (CARE) Network is a registered non-profit, volunteer based animal welfare organization that works to protect and enhance the quality of life of companion animals in remote communities located on the west coast of Vancouver Island, BC. We work to address animal overpopulation, help stray and abandoned animals, and assist in situations of animal illness, cruelty and neglect.
Founded in 2011, the CARE Network works directly with hundreds of companion animals each year (500+), a number of these being life-saving situations. In addition, we have been instrumental in working with partner organizations and communities to organize several spay and neuter and animal health clinics in remote communities ; work closely with the leadership in each community toward significant improvements to animal care policies and bylaws; and provide humane education to improve animal care.
As a frontline organization in an area with no animal care resources such as veterinary hospitals, we work directly in the region's rural and remote communities to make improvements to animals’ lives and to support their families