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Vision Statement:  

Harley's Hope Foundation was created on the premise that no companion or service animal should suffer needlessly, and that the bond between human and animal should be preserved and protected in the face of life's challenges. Our foundation's ambition is to provide a holistic and prevention-based approach to alleviate animal hardship and to establish ourselves as proactive leaders in the welfare of animals and the human lives they impact.

Mission Statement: 

Our purpose is to ensure low income pet parents and their companion or service animals remain together when issues arise.  The goal in doing so is to prevent at-risk animals from being surrendered or falling victim to euthanasia for treatable conditions and behaviors.
History

Harley's Hope Foundation was created in the summer of 2010 following the loss of David and Cynthia Bullock's dog, Harley, to cancer. The Bullocks, who took Harley through several months of chemotherapy in an effort to save her life, realized that many people don't have the financial means to do everything they can for their companion animals. They decided to honor Harley's memory by creating an organization to help pets and their people deal with unexpected hardships - Harley's Hope Foundation.
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We're always in need of dedicated volunteers to assist us in carrying out our mission.  If you'd like to help us keep more pets and their people together, please apply today
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Safety Net Program

Harley's Hope Foundation is a proud participant of the Shelter Animals Count effort to accurately track animals helped throughout the country.  While what we do is very different than rescues and shelters, we feel very strongly that safety net agencies like HHF play a vital role in saving lives and reducing the number of animals being euthanized or surrendered due to treatable conditions and behaviors.

Harley's Hope Foundation (HHF) tracks the effectiveness of our services via follow up with clients at 6 months and 12 months post-assistance.  We currently have a 92% retention rate, meaning 92% of client animals receiving major services are still alive and in their original homes one year after HHF assisted.
2016 Animals Assisted through Safety Net Programs:
Total Animals Served Thru The Programs 87
Major/Emergency Veterinary Cases 70
Emergency Fosters 17
Training Cases 0
Animals Receiving Preventative Care at Clinics 170
2015 Animals Assisted through Safety Net Programs:
Total Animals Served Thru The Programs 159
Major/Emergency Veterinary Cases 115
Emergency Fosters 42
Training Cases 2
Animals Receiving Preventative Care at Clinics 275
2014 Animals Assisted through Safety Net Programs:
Total Animals Served Thru The Programs 89
Major/Emergency Veterinary Cases 77
Emergency Fosters 10
Training Cases 2
Animals Receiving Preventative Care at Clinics 277