St. Martin’s Animal Foundation

Welcome to St. Martin’s Animal Foundation!

Homeless For The Voiceless

January 26th, 2020 @ 1pm

Olivera Street in Downtown Los Angeles

Happy, Happy New Year!

This year we are kicking off 2020 with a big, loving outreach event. The mission is to help some of the over 50,000 homeless people in LA with their pets, while promoting a healthier lifestyle for the planet.️

On January 18th, at the famous Federal Bar in North Hollywood CA, we will have a table set up to raise donations for this life-saving project. A very popular band called The Vaticants will be performing. If you’re in the North Hollywood area, please join us! This is a red carpet event and a free show. The Vaticants are an extremely talented high energy rock band and this is a show you don’t want to miss!

If you have donations and/or supplies, you can bring them to our table between 7 PM and 10pm (please think green and vegan). The mission is to help the homeless with their pets. We are collecting items for a warm and healthy winter season.

Plus, we are doing something that has never been done before; we turn the homeless into activists within their community. We do this by providing each person with clothing that stands for animal rights, protecting the environment, or promoting a vegan lifestyle. Then we give them literature about the importance of spay and neutering, not polluting the environment, eating a plant-based diet, and other important topics. We want the homeless to feel good about themselves. This way it may spark something in their minds, to get them off the streets and back on track with their lives. You never know if there is a great activist among the homeless. Some people may have just had a bad stroke of luck and simply need to be inspired again.

When you have compassion toward animals and Mother Earth, the sky is the limit. This also gives our rescue team a chance to make sure that their cats and dogs are being treated properly. In return for their help, we also offer coffee, toiletries, self-help books, blankets, jackets, socks, vaccinations for their pets, medical care for their pets, water, and healthy food.

This project costs $5000 and we could use your help. Donate here!

If you are able to donate towards this mission, you would make many animals and people happy during the frigid cold winter. By donating and volunteering, you will also be a part of this historical event ⭐️

If you would like to donate your time for this event, please contact us for more details at Stmartinsrescueranch@gmail.com or call Sky @ 747 230 2169

Anti-Dogfighting Outreach

Dogfighting is a horrible practice that SMAF has been trying to help put an end to for several years. We want to bring awareness and information on how to report animal abuse and dogfighting through media/visual outlets targetinAnti-Dogfighting Outreachg particular areas and demographics that have high activity levels in dogfighting.

Most people are unaware of just how prevalent this terrible "sport" still is in many areas, especially unerpriveleged ones. We need to get the word out and provide education to the community on how to pick up on the signs of dogfighting and animal abuse so that they can get involved by reporting it and helping to stop the madness.

Creating Environmental and Humane Activists of the Future

The Humane Learning Center and Animal Sanctuary is an innovative way to educate our youth to become future environmental and animal activists of tomorrow.

At the learning center, we provide our youth with exciting programs like animal welfare education, vegan cooking classes, and environmental safety. Our team educates the students through music, art, documentaries and special guest speakers.

The Sanctuary houses animals which help us teach children and teens about proper pet care, compassion and kindness.

SMAF has been a 501 c3 non profit charity since October 1999. Our foundation has three main goals: to generate responsible leaders of tomorrow, to end cruelty towards animals and to heal our environment.

Our Mission

Our mission for 2019 is to create an eco-friendly humane learning center for our youth and to rehabilitate severely abused dogs from Mexico. The humane learning center will teach children to respect the environment and to be kind to animals and their peers through inspiring lessons taught by professional teachers. The humane learning center will also teach plant-based cooking and organic gardening classes to generate bright and compassionate leaders of tomorrow. To end the blood sport of dogfighting and backyard breeders by enforcing stricter penalties in jail sentences.

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