Program Partners

In 2017, BAF hosted 34 mobile spay/neuter clinics, which altered and provided vaccines to over 1,400 animals. Over one year alone, this has prevented 11,200 animals from being added to the pet population. This number grows exponentially year after year, making this one of the most impactful ways of saving animals through prevention.

Bark Avenue Foundation

In partnership with the ASPCA, Bark Avenue Foundation (BAF) has saved thousands of lives over the years. The ASPCA has generously provided grant funding for spay/neuter, adoption programs, animal transport, pet ID tags and microchipping, and special events.

Bark Avenue Foundation

Maddie’s Fund supports Bark Avenue Foundation’s Unsheltered People & Their Pets program. This generous grant is helping us provide support services, education, and resources to homeless pet owners in Los Angeles City and County.

Bark Avenue Foundation

In partnership with the Annenberg Foundation, Bark Avenue Foundation is providing much-needed humane education and pet services to underserved communities in the Los Angeles area.

Bark Avenue Foundation

PetSmart Charities supports Bark Avenue Foundation’s spay/neuter programs in East LA. This incredible grant is helping us to spay/neuter hundreds of animals in a very specific target area in East LA. A 12 block area of the 90063 zip code in East LA was identified as an area most in need of help with spay/neuter services.

Bark Avenue Foundation

The Petco Foundation, has generously provided grant funding for spay/neuter programs and special events.

Bark Avenue Foundation

The Pet Care Foundation, along with George B. Ridder Foundation, supports Bark Avenue Foundation spay/neuter and outreach programs.