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OUR MISSION: In partnership with small rescues and shelters throughout the state of Virginia, and through the support of our generous and compassionate donors, we are striving to ensure a No-Kill VA. Realizing that not all rescues and communities have access to needed resources, HASN is bridging the gap by advocating for and providing grant assistance and resources to underserved and impoverished communities and homeless pets throughout the state. 


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Effective Jan. 1, 2024, the administration of HASN Grants is now in the incredibly capable hands of our friends at the Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region. This means the support that is so badly needed by shelters and small rescues across VA will get into their hands more efficiently as we continue working toward a No-Kill Virginia.


HASN Partners and those who qualify may apply for grant funding at the HASN Fund Page here. 

We are so grateful to our supporters who have enabled us to provide the desperately-needed funding to those rescues and shelters and you can continue your compassionate gifting by going to the HASN Fund Donation Page here.

"Legolas came into the Prince William County Animal Shelter with a badly injured leg. Thanks to a grant from HASN, he was able to be neutered at the time of amputation to ready him for adoption. Not only was he adopted, but he was also the very first pet adopted at the event!"

Natalie Huls, President Prince William Animal Advocates

"Sissy's family was homeless and living in an extended stay motel. Their bulldog had been having some serious issues and they simply couldn't afford a vet visit, much less any additional care. Recognizing the seriousness of the situation and knowing we had the backing of HASN support, we got Sissy into a local urgent care vet... In just a few days, her mom reported that she was back to her normal self, even playing hide and go seek under the covers - something she hadn't done for weeks!" - Salem's Light

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