Lulu’s Fund

LULU’S FUND

The Lulu’s Fund has been a longtime supporter of the Animal Adoption Center.

Lulu’s Fund, which is part of the Timothy T. Day Foundation, was founded in 2012. Named after the Day’s beloved pug Lulu, Lulu’s Fund continues the Foundation’s ongoing commitment to supporting organizations in the animal rescue community throughout the United States. Organizations that receive support from Lulu’s Fund are primarily those that rescue abused, neglected and abandoned dogs. Their focus is to treat existing medical issues, provide spay and neuter services, place dogs in safe foster homes, and ultimately find forever homes for the animals.

New Leash on Life Challenge

The New Leash on Life Challenge is a dollar-for-dollar match that occurs at AAC’s annual summer fundraiser. Gifts raised through this challenge fund medical care, transportation, training, and much more! Keep an eye out for the launch of this annual challenge.

$10,000 Spay/Neuter Challenge

This challenge helps fund the spay/neuter of over 2,000 animals each year. Surgeries occur statewide through our mobile clinics, low-income vouchers, and the Wyoming Shelter Project.

With your help, this effort will directly impact the number of unwanted kittens and puppies entering Wyoming Shelters this year and beyond. We hope you will consider supporting this incredibly important, live-saving work. Gifts of any size will change the lives of animals in Wyoming