Project: THRIVE is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, founded in 2009. Our intention is to be a community resource for all things related to the humane treatment of animals, advocacy for animal and environmental welfare, focusing primarily on companion animals, but including ALL animals.
The work we do is made possible because of a team of dedicated volunteers and generous donations from people like you! All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law and whatever amount you would like to contribute will be put to good use and very much appreciated!
Project: THRIVE is not simply about providing safe sanctuary for animals, it’s also very much about helping human beings (especially small ones) feel like they’re valuable towards contributing to the positive future of our planet. In some situations kiddos need to feel personally safe in addition to feeling valuable, which is vital for them to reach their full potential. The animals on the farm are amazingly instrumental in accomplishing this.
Please watch this short video that explains this far better than a few words can depict, and consider making a donation today to help us achieve our mission. Thank you!
The Donate button below will redirect you to Pay Pal, where you will be able to make your secure donation. If you would prefer to make a donation by phone or mail, please call us at 303-456-2889 or send your check to:
P.O Box 1071
Hudson, CO 80642
If you would like to consider making a donation to sponsor an animal we would be eternally grateful! Please visit our Sponsor a Rescue Page to learn more about the precious animals that you will benefit. Thank you!
There are many other ways you can help too! Please see our Wish List below to see if there are any physical items you might like to donate. These items and many more can be purchased via Our Wish List on Amazon and don’t forget – if you enroll in the Amazon Smile program and list Project: Thrive as your charity, you help us even more!
Click here to learn about Amazon Smile. Type in Project Thrive when searching.
- 16-gallon electric buckets
- Large heated pet watering bowls
- Extension cords
- Wagons for hauling hay down to the barn
- 80-gallon Rubbermaid water tank
- 55-gallon water barrel for emergency water shortage
- Electric Water hoses
- Zip ties
- Salt Blocks
- Battery Charger for Bobcat
- Boxes of twinkle lights to gently light the barn at night
- Enrichment toys/activities for rabbits, chickens, pigs, and larger animals.
- Monthly sponsorship for a Project: THRIVE animal