Animals & Wildlife

Humane Society of the North Bay

HSNB operates a 24/7 shelter to house stray animals; we return lost pets to their homes; we find homes for those without them; we provide veterinary care for animals in need; we educate the public about the need to spay/neuter, vaccinate, and microchip their pets; we host a monthly spay/neuter clinic for cats; we process dog licenses; we loan humane traps for the spay/neuter of feral cats; and we strive to strengthen the lifelong commitment between animals and people.

International Bird Rescue

International Bird Rescue cares for sick, injured, abused, and orphaned aquatic birds at two year-round wildlife care centers - in Los Angeles and Fairfield, CA. Bird Rescue is also a pioneer in oiled aquatic bird care, having responded to over 225 oil spills around the world since its inception in 1971. We dream of a world in which every person, every day, takes action to protect the natural home of wildlife and ourselves.

SpiritHorse Therapeutic Riding Center of the San Francisco Bay Area

SpiritHorse Riding Center of the San Francisco Bay Area is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in January of 2012. This program is open to riders of all abilities. Our lessons, camps, and classes are designed to improve the lives of children and adults who are facing developmental, emotional, social, and physical challenges. We are a licensed SpiritHorse International Center that strives to provide opportunities that help our community members build self confidence and feel empowered!

Sugar's Gift, Inc,

The mission of Sugar’s Gift™ Inc., is to provide hospice, euthanasia, and end-of-life veterinary services for terminally ill pets in their own homes. This allows them a relaxed, peaceful setting, where they have lived and been loved, to cross over the Rainbow Bridge with Comfort, Dignity, and Peace. We provide the euthanasia service, a private cremation, and home delivery by a local volunteer of the beloved pet's ashes in a hand made urn and other special items to celebrate their baby's life.

Suisun Marsh Natural History Association

The SMNHA operates the Suisun Wildlife Center for rescue, rehab, and release back to the wild of native California wildlife.  It offers an extensive environmental education program on wildlife and the Suisun Marsh.

GLS Participant List

All participating nonprofits have demonstrated that they meet (or exceed) the eligibility criteria shown below.

  • A 501 (c) (3) organization in good standing with the IRS
  • A NPP member with Solano Community Foundation
  • Headquartered in, or providing services to residents of Solano County
  • Has filed a tax form 990 for a minimum of 3 years
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