The Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) is a non-profit, volunteer-based animal rescue organization that has been helping find forever homes for unwanted animals in the Edmonton and surrounding areas for nearly 10 years. Many of the animals who come to us are surrendered by local area pounds. These animals are considered adoptable, but without the aid of a rescue group such as NASAP, they face euthanasia. NASAP also takes in animals that are surrendered by people who find themselves in circumstances that prevent them from being able to care for a beloved pet.
Currently the demand for pets to be placed with NASAP is far greater than our foster home community can accommodate. NASAP is in need of additional foster families who would like to give an animal a temporary home and help start them on the road to a better life... it will brighten your own life too! Fostering is a wonderful and rewarding opportunity to give an animal a second chance at forever home and family. You are provided with all the necessary things to fulfill your job as a foster parent. All supplies, food and medical care are provided by NASAP, you never pay expenses for the animals in your care. If you are unable to foster but would like to participate and be part of our team of dedicated volunteers, we regularly need help with a wide variety of activities including fundraising, special events, adoption days, animal transport, public relations and animal photography. These tasks enable NASAP to help the animals that so desperately need us. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
to find out more about the rewarding volunteer opportunities NASAP can offer you.
Bruce Bowie speaks with NASAP president Geneieve