Archives

Monday, April 30

Wag! Funds 5 Million Meals for Shelter Dogs Across America

The #1 on-demand dog care app reaches a milestone of meals donated through its partnership with GreaterGood.org

Read More

Wednesday, April 25

GreaterGood.org Still Actively Assisting Animals and People Affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still suffering from power outages, lack of water, and other issues, and we are there doing everything we can to help in the areas of supplies, food, funding, and infrastructure.

Read More

Tuesday, April 24

Spring Is Here, and so Are the Kittens!

Spring is here and so are the kittens

Read More

Tuesday, April 24

The Power of Play for Children With Autism

Symptoms of autism include difficulty processing sensory information like textures, sounds, smells, tastes, light, and movement. This can make ordinary situations feel overwhelming for children with autism. This is where learning-through-play is so important. Brynjar’s story is just one example of the importance of mind-stimulating play sessions. He gained confidence in himself after building something with his hands. He is now able to communicate better with the outside world. Play sessions also help children develop fine and gross motor skills, visual tracking, hand/eye coordination, as well as socialization and cooperation with others.

Read More

Monday, April 16

Haven for Hope: Providing Hope for the Homeless and Their Pets

Pets are such a benefit while we are going through tough times. They can provide so much support without even saying a word. We didn’t want someone to have to make a choice between their pet or a warm meal and a roof. With these renovations, they are now able to increase their intake and change the lives of many more!

Read More

Monday, April 16

April’s Family Feature: Meet the Newest Member of the GreaterGood Community

In this region, infant and maternal mortality rates are far too high – 22 times higher than elsewhere. Together with Mae Tao Clinic, we are determined to improve access to prenatal care, safe labor and delivery, and postpartum care for new mothers and their babies. Here the reproductive health team safely deliver between 3-15 babies every day.

Read More

Monday, April 16

The Oklahoma Parvo Puppies Need Your Help Now!

For several days the three little pups were hospitalized. This was very hard for the shelter workers and volunteers. After almost losing two of them, their foster mom was so scared. You see this wasn't the first brush with death for little Ross (one of the three). Ross was the first born to a first-time mom. She just looked at little Ross and did nothing. The puppy still in the birth sac was getting cold and non-responsive. Luckily foster mom is a nurse! She knew what to do. She was able to revive the newborn and surprisingly mama dog was great with the next 10 puppies born that day.

Read More

Tuesday, April 3

How to Celebrate National Autism Awareness Month

Although National Autism Awareness Month ends on April 30th, your support doesn’t have to! Keep supporting people with autism all year long by making your donation a reoccurring monthly gift by clicking “Make this a Monthly Gift” box when selecting your donation.

Read More