Meet Lenard! We caught up with him to ask him about his journey volunteering with SCARS and this is what he had to say. "After our last puppy past, I decided I wanted to volunteer with SCARS as I was hoping to adopt a puppy from the rescue at
Meet Johanna! Johanna started volunteering with SCARS just over a year ago, after she moved to Edmonton from New York. Since then she has been a HUGE asset to our volunteer team. Here is what she had to say about volunteering with SCARS: "I attended an event that
Meet John & Cindy! This dynamic duo have been integral to SCARS for the past 12 years. Both John and Cindy have held many different roles with SCARS. They both have had such a huge impact on our animals, volunteers and organization as a whole! We caught up
Tails on the Trails 2020 concluded on Saturday, July 18 with $12,981 raised for SCARS. Congratulations to our winners! Team "Padma and Winnie" (Winnie Wong's and Padma Kaul's team), won by a country mile, but they very graciously declined the first prize restaurant gift card. The first prize
It's the Canada Helps Great Canadian Giving Challenge! Every $1* donated in June is a chance to WIN! Donate to SCARS during June through Canada Helps and automatically give us a chance to WIN $20,000 during the Great Canadian Giving Challenge. Click here to donate.
Our volunteers got together on May 30th to paint pet shelters that will be used for our Walls 4 Winter program. This day would not have been possible without: Golden Spike Lumber's donation of building materials McNally Senior High School's wood shop class for building 15 houses (@mcnallywood)
Hey SCARS crew! We all know that one of the safest and healthiest things we can do at this weird time is to walk the dog(s). If you’re walking your dog, you probably take your phone with you. So why not get the ResQwalk app and help raise
Yesterday was an incredible day! We received donations from Champion Petfoods (Orijen and Acana) who donated nearly 3.5 pallets of food for our cats and dogs in care! This food will be spread amongst our foster homes in the Edmonton area, as well as our two intake facilities.
SCARS is doing its part to limit the spread of COVID-19 to protect the public and our volunteers. The good news is that we are still able to complete adoptions. Rescue has not slowed down for us! In March we had 82 new intakes and we completed 16 Spay-Neuter-Returns through
We recently received the following from Sylvia MacInnes, the teacher at F.R. Haythorne school who teaches the Grade 7 and 8 Leadership classes: "I just wanted to let you know that FRH has collected about 4 boxes of food, treats and toys etc for both cats and dogs