Oscar’s Foundation’s mission of taking on overpopulation of stray and neglected animals in communities intensifies.

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Apr 4, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – Overpopulation of stray and neglected animals in the world today is a matter of grave concern. Oscar’s Foundation, a Non-Profit Animal Protection and Welfare Charitable Organization 501(c)(3), in the State of Oklahoma, is registered under the Solicitation of Charitable Contributions Act and has recently intensified their operations offering solutions to address this overpopulation.

The Foundation has numerous charitable public programs they administer and oversee for the protection and welfare of animals in need (mainly dogs and cats). The overpopulation of stray and neglected animals is a definite problematic situation in the United States, especially in the State of Oklahoma. These poor animals need a safe and loving environment while being transitioned with proper care to permanent loving homes. Many charitable organizations in the United States, such as Oscar’s Foundation, are underfunded; in addition, the affiliated individuals fostering the animals during this transition are up to capacity, as are most of the local shelters.

There are proven ways to help alleviate this situation, such as increased adoptions, solicitation of more foster parents, and increased funding for the public charitable programs administered, and Oscar’s Foundation, with their already proven programs in these areas, helps alleviate and address this growing concern. Providing temporary housing through their foster care program, the supplies needed for the proper care of these poor animals in need, as well as any veterinary services necessitated is extremely expensive. Oscar’s Foundation needs caring individuals and businesses to step forward now.

The Foundation was recently awarded the 2024 Candid Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar. 100% of donations go directly into their charitable programs; neither the director, manager, nor any of the volunteers receive compensation for their time & service.

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