The EmBark Foundation’s mission is to provide support and services to survivors of trauma and their furry friends. We fulfill this mission by providing funds for the adoption of a rescue animal and assuring ongoing support and care for both survivors and their furry friends.
Who do we serve and why?
At the EmBark Foundation, we provide services to survivors of sexual violence, intimate-partner violence, domestic violence, and child abuse. We embody a positive support system regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual identity/preference, age, ability, or economic status while acknowledging the role of intersectionality in trauma.
We serve survivors through our mission due to the inequitable prevalence of these forms of trauma, their mental health impacts, and the effectiveness animals have in healing.
We assure ongoing support for our survivors through multiple services that benefit those with animals as well as those without.
Funding for the adoption of a rescue animal
Emotional Support Animal (ESA) certification
Pet care packages (include pet supplies or any other pet necessities)
Survivor care packages
Veterinary bill reimbursements
Adoption packages: include different combinations of our services outlined above. All of our adoption packages are outlined on our survivor support page.