Fosters are an integral part of our rescue process, providing temporary housing and care for dogs and puppies that aren’t quite ready for adoption. In just the past year, our network of foster volunteers helped to save the lives of hundreds of dogs! We need loving homes to continue helping these animals in need of a little extra time and care. Fosters are truly lifesaving volunteers, and the scale of our rescue efforts are directly correlated to the size of our foster base. Fostering can be a very fun and rewarding way to experience a loving dog if you are unable to make a lifetime commitment.
A New Life Charitable Foundation has various types of fostering opportunities, ranging in the scope and amount of time required. We do our best to be flexible and are always available to discuss creative foster arrangements that may not fit within the below programs: