We’ve entered our tree in the Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge. The tree with the most votes wins $5,000. Please help us win first place by voting for our tree. Voting is easy. Text tree 8 (with a space between tree and 8) to the number 25827. You may vote daily via text...Read More
Want to see your donation in action? Choose a sponsorship package for a Coalition dog. A sponsorship is a great way to say thank you to a friend, show a family member you love them, give a birthday, holiday or wedding gift that keeps on giving for years to come! Sponsor a dog...Read More
The Coalition to Unchain Dogs improves the welfare of dogs living in under-served communities as well as dogs continuously chained outdoors by offering information and free services including wellness care, spay/neuter, vaccinations and fences. By providing nonjudgmental assistance and building relationships within the community, the Coalition to Unchain Dogs bolsters connections between dogs and their human companions.
The Coalition is an almost all-volunteer organization, meaning that your donation goes directly to helping unchain and spay/neuter dogs. Sponsorships are so important to us continuing our work.
Any dog lover knows that connecting with people through their animals is the best way to make new friends. That’s what makes the Coalition fun.
It takes all kinds of help to make our program work. Certainly we need people to help build the fences each weekend (no experience required). But we also need drivers, fundraisers, sponsors, and more. If you have a skill, there’s a good chance it can be put to work towards our mission.
Six out of ten U.S. households include at least one pet, and one in six Americans lives in poverty. If you do the math, that means there are numerous pets living in poverty as well – pets that, just like their owners, don’t have ready access to important services and supplies. To meet the challenges that poverty creates for pets, we have to adjust our approach to animal welfare to reflect the world as it is. To help animals living in poverty, we have to bring services and information to their front doors and connect with people in a positive way.