Two Organizations helping to Save and Protect Animals!

See what these 2 organizations are doing to help save and protect animals abroad!

IAR- International Animal Rescue– provides aid of the suffering animals with hands-on rescue. IAR helps return animals to their natural habitat, and provides sanctuaries for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. IAR also is a big partner with other organizations and government departments who work together to develop sound legislation to protect animals.

SPANASociety for the Protection of Animals Abroad provides free veterinary care, emergency response to animals in foreign countries and helps the families that are dependent on these animals. SPANA also provides educational programs in schools to give children a better understanding of the welfare of animals and the protection of the the environment!

Help Prevent Violence: Latin American

Approximately 534 million people are living in the Latin America/Caribbean region. One of the main issues within Latin America is the amount of crime. Currently, Latin America is working to overcome the barriers of violence in the homes, schools and workplaces of children and people.  Brazil, one of the most criminalized countries in the world, is considered one of the top 20 countries with the highest intentional homicide rates.

Unfortunately among crime, drug use and distribution is an ongoing issue. The common drug, cocaine, found in Brazil, is one of the underlying problems of crime occurrences. These crimes in Latin America mostly consist of homicide, muggings, robberies and kidnappings.

With the help of Latin American based charities, the fight against the ongoing problem of often brutal violence will continue to be addressed in hope of a brighter and safer future.  Help stop this continuous path of crime and violence in Latin America. Every child and person deserves to live a crime-free life without fear. Latin America needs you to help stop crime now.

Staggering facts…

  • Approximately 43% under the age of 12 years that have had sex, admit the first time they had sex, they were raped.
  • 11% of people in Latin America live on less than $1 a day.
  • 24.7% of people in Latin America live on less than $2 a day.

Get involved with a charity to help Latin-America put an end to this crime spree. You can Help today!

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