How to Help

The Rescue Operation for Animals of the Reservation (ROAR) Program depends on the generosity of private donors to fund our services that benefit animals living on Native American reservations throughout the Southwest and Northern Plains. ROAR receives no funding from the US Government. Your donations allow ROAR to provide vital support for animals and the Native Americans who care for them through our Program Services done in partnership with hundreds of Program Partners living in reservations communities. For more information on ROAR services, please see the Services link on this site. Thanks to the kindness of people just like you, the ROAR Program touches the lives of animals in need on American Indian reservations every year. 

There are several ways that you can help!

Company Matching Program

Monetary Donations

Planned Giving

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