Information and Resources

Explore the various sections of this page to find practical tips, emergency contact information, preparedness guides, and opportunities for involvement in local volunteer and support networks. Together, we can ensure that Colorado remains a place where our shared love for the outdoors and our commitment to safety go hand in hand. Thank you for visiting, and let’s work together to keep Colorado safe and strong.

Found a Stray?

Hey there! At White Rose Sanctuary, we’re passionate about rescuing and rebuilding. While we cannot take in strays directly, we have partnered with Powers Emergency Veterinary Hospital and HSPPR to ensure their well-being. If you find a stray, simply text us at 719-357-6913 with a picture and the date and time of drop-off. We’ll place a tag to secure their placement. Together, let’s create a safe haven for our furry friends. From strays to smiles, we’re here to make a difference.

Medical and Supply Assistance

Harley’s Hope Foundation

Provide emergency dog & cat food

Provide emergency financial assistance for vet care

Provide medical supplies for pets (ramps, syringes, wheelchairs)

The Pet Fund

Provide non-basic, non-urgent care (cancer treatment, heart disease, etc.)

STARelief

Provides aid for veterinary care, food assistance, end of life services

Reggie’s Pet Project

Provides financial aid for emergency veterinary care

Friends & Vets Helping Pets

provides grants to families who need support covering their pet’s veterinary care costs. They also have a database of veterinarians that they work with directly to help reduce costs.

Rowdy Relief Fund

Provides financial assistance for long-term veterinary care

The Giving Paw

Also provides assistance to rescues!!!

The goal of the organization is to aid animals in need, including but not limited to medical services, pet supplies, and educational resources for the people who love them.

The Brown Dog Foundation

It offers financial assistance to pet owners that need veterinary care for their pet.

Frankie’s Friends Fund

Provides grants for pets who need lifesaving or specialty veterinary care when their families cannot afford it.

Save-A- Life- FACE Foundation

This amazing program is a collaborative effort between FACE and local veterinary hospitals to save the lives of family pets facing “economic euthanasia.” Sadly, many pets with a good prognosis are euthanized solely due to their owner’s inability to afford their critical or life-saving care.

The Mosby Foundation

The Mosby Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes to assist in the care of critically sick, injured, abused, and neglected dogs through financial support and public education.

Information For Domestic Violence Victims and Their Pets

The Purple Leash Project

Provide assistance to domestic violence survivors; goal is to make it possible for people and pets to leave these situations safely and together rather than having to leave their pet behind.

A safe place for pets when their owners are in crisis

Red Rover

Provides emergency sheltering, disaster relief and financial assistance.

PART OF THE PURPLE LEASH PROJECT to help domestic violence survivors keep their pets with them in a safe shelter and/or foster home.

Training, Boarding, and Housing

My Pit Bull is Family

Has national database for pet friendly housing

Pitbull Advocates of America

Provides database for housing as well as training and education

Cats and Wildlife Assistance

Metro Denver Cats

Provide transport, spay/ neuter, feral cat assistance and trapping services for CATS

Wild Blue Cats!

A cat only rescue for any cat in need and adoptions.