Pets pictured here are being cared for by Hail Mary Rescue fosters. Some have been adopted, others will stay with us until their medical and/or social issues are addressed. Our promise to each one, is to help them find their forever families. To see updates, please follow the Hail Mary Rescue facebook page regularly.
We appreciate your support more than you will ever know! Hail Mary Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible. There are three easy ways to make a tax-free donation:
1. PayPal Donate Button. You can also login to your PayPal account and send a "friends and family" money transfer to email@example.com.
2. Venmo payments can be made at @hailmaryrescue
3. Put a check in the mail payable to
Hail Mary Rescue
259 School Lane
Thibodaux, La 70301
Lots of companies offer matching donations programs. This is an excellent way to provide financial support to Hail Mary's dogs on a regular basis.
Now you can help Hail Mary Rescue's dogs by just clicking on our Amazon Wish Link. Your donations allow us to divert more funds to the vet bills. A bag of dog food, treats, and other supplies are greatly appreciated, and the dogs get very excited when the big brown UPS truck pulls up. They know there is sure to be something special for them. Thanks for all your support and love shown to our dogs need. When you shop at smile.amazon.com AMAZON DONATES.
Hail Mary Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue. "Together we make it Better!" It's not just a saying, it's our creed and philosophy. Hail Mary Rescue does NOT take "owner surrendered" pets or strays!! We save dogs from animal shelters, temporarily holding shelter pets awaiting transport to other areas, assist with transport costs, donate to other rescues faced with vet costs, and provide pet food to local human food banks. HMR is run by a board of directors with over 60 years of combined animal rescue experience.
All of our dogs for adoption receive excellent vet care - vaccinations, worming, heartworm treatment (if necessary), and is spayed or neutered. Each dog is placed in a foster home where they become adoption-ready. Fosters make sure the dogs are well socialized. They also work on crate and house training.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
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