June Animals of the Month
CATHY: Cathy is a three-year-old low-maintenance kitty who recently came to ARF from a partner municipal shelter on Long Island. She enjoys the company of other cats, likes to be petted and is always down for a good belly rub. This black and white beauty with the gorgeous green eyes is sure to fit into just about any home.
JENNY: Jenny, a beautiful Collie/Corgi mix has been through a lot in just her three short years. She came to ARF back in July from our rescue partner No Dogs Left Behind. Jenny is quite shy with people and will need an experienced, patient family to love her. Jenny looks to other canines for comfort, so a home with another dog would be extremely beneficial to help build her confidence.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 631-537-0400 x203.
All ARF animals are vet checked, spayed/neutered, microchipped and up to date on all vaccines.
To view all of our adoptable animals, visit: www.arfhamptons.org
NYS Registered Shelter/Rescue #RR035
ARF has resumed adoptions by appointment ONLY and we are reviewing applications in the order they were received. The Adoption Center, however, remains closed to the public and all volunteer activities are still suspended. Thank you for understanding in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charity Navigator Awards Animal Rescue Fund with Highest Rating for 5th Consecutive Year
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF Hamptons, www.arfhamptons.org) announced that it was again – for the 5th year in a row – awarded the prestigious 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of charities for good governance, sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency.
“We believe that we should be transparent about our work, and the impact of our donors’ contributions,” said ARF’s Executive Director and CEO Scott Howe, “This is especially true during times of crisis, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, when donors are being asked by many worthy nonprofits for philanthropic support. Each gift we receive comes with responsibility to save the lives of homeless cat and dogs. Charity Navigator helps us fulfill our commitment to our supporters.” Charity Navigator works to help charitable givers make giving decisions by providing information by evaluating a non-profit organizations financial health. Under Charity Navigator’s formula combining sound fiscal management and accountability, only 15% of the charities they evaluate have received at least 5 consecutive 4-star evaluations, indicating that ARF Hamptons outperforms most other charities in America.
ARF’s work will continue to evolve to serve the needs of our local community and continue to play an important role in the effort to end euthanasia of homeless pets in the U.S
About ARF: The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons’ mission is to actively rescue cats and dogs and provide quality care and sanctuary until loving homes can be found. Founded in 1974, ARF is a leading animal rescue and adoption center on Long Island, helping homeless cats and dogs on eastern Long Island and animals from communities across the country where adoptable animals face euthanasia in local shelters. The ARF Adoption Center is located in Wainscott.