is a non-profit organization that works to save animals and promote the respect, rights, safety, and well-being of animals.
Meet The Team
We are the people who make our business go. We are the people who put people, animals, and the planet before profits. We are the people who will create a world where all animals will be respected and treated humanely. Why? Because we are compassionate and we will not sit back and watch our animals suffer or be abused; we just won’t.
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Janelle is the president and executive director. She oversees hiring, firing, maintaining records, compliance, and other administrative duties. She is also responsible for overseeing fundraising and ensuring sound financial practices.
Janelle has an overwhelming passion to stop animal abuse and aggressively works for the certified humane treatment of animals. She is the founder and CEO of Animal Victory an online platform fighting animal abusers through petitions and an active philanthropist.
Janelle was also the founder and Executive Director of the American Red Lion Disaster Fund; a non-profit organization with a mission to reduce the number of abandoned animals during major disasters. American Red Lion earned the great nonprofits badge every year since its inception as well as the Gold Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the nation’s leading agency in nonprofit transparency. American Red Lion was also certified as one of America’s Best Local Charities. American Red Lion Disaster And Abuse Fund regrettably ceased operations on January 31, 2021, so that Janelle could focus her energy working on petitions with Animal Victory. In less than two years, Janelle realized the actions of American Red Lion were still needed and Animal Victory Disaster And Abuse Fund was created with the same mission.
Penny is the Secretary and Associate Director. She has been a Journalist & Freelance writer for over 20 years, Penny has contributed animal-related content for Examiner.com, Shelter ME-TV, Pet Rescue Report, & FIDO Friendly Magazine. Her popular National Animal News Facebook Page boasts over 600,000 followers. She has extensive experience writing and identifying credible animal welfare/rights nonprofits and found her heart and passion in working with the underserved and underfunded. She is also the writer and a petitioner for Animal Victory; an online platform fighting animal abusers through petitions.
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Animal Victory Disaster And Abuse Fund, (AVDAF) is a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. EIN# 88-3617975
What is the mission of Animal Victory Disaster And Abuse Fund? (AVDAF)
The primary mission of AVADF is to work with and provide supplies and funds to credible, sustainable local animal organizations that are providing for the urgent rescue and care of animals during crises, disasters, or abusive situations within their community. As able, AVDAF will respond to requests for mutual aid from other jurisdictions outside of the United States.
AVDAF also shares the operating costs with its affiliate Animal Victory. A compassionate advocacy group fighting animal abusers through petitions. By sharing the overhead marketing and administration costs, both organizations save money and can promote animal welfare issues via petitions and other campaigns to attract a much larger audience and gain more exposure to help animals. People who need and want a tax deduction and wish to support our petition work at the same time can donate through the fund for a win-win.
What is the vision?
Helping vulnerable animals when they need it most.
What are the program activities?
Home Street Home Program
Serving dogs and cats of people experiencing homelessness. This program is an annual organized effort during the holidays to provide food, supplies, and veterinarian care for the pets of people experiencing homelessness. As funds allow we work on this program year-round with plans to expand the locations.
Petition Publishing Program
Serves animals who have been abused. This program is comprised of a small advocacy group that publishes petitions to get signatures from the public to use in a court of law to fight for the maximum punishment for convicted animal abusers or to fight for investigations for alleged animal abusers. The fund shares operating costs with the Animal Victory Petition Program.
Helping Animals In Crises And Disasters Program
Serves animals who are in the midst of natural disasters. By utilizing manpower during disasters or other crises from a variety of animal welfare organizations in the affected regions. We identify and provide funds and supplies to the sustainable, credible, boots-on-the-ground local shelters that are on the front lines urgently rescuing animals in addition to organizations urgently providing for the care and rescue of animals from abusive situations.
Note: We are laser-focused on the needs of small local, carefully vetted, animal welfare organizations working on the front lines during disasters or with animal abuse cases, and who have a history of success and are most likely to sustain.