Adopting a furry friend isn’t the only way to help out Agape and give back to animals in need in our community. Through our multiple programs, we are able to continue effectively carrying out Agape’s mission of bringing a better life to animals.
Agape wouldn’t exist without our foster care program and we are always looking for more dedicated, caring foster homes. Fostering a rescued animal is one of the most rewarding things you can do as an animal lover.
Our Brooke Memorial Memorial program carries on the legacy of an unforgettable lost too soon. Despite several medical issues, Brooke, a German Shepherd/Chow mix, was the mother figure for many of the Agape family, helping to bring the shy, damaged fosters out of their shells. In her honor, money donated through the Brooke Memorial program goes directly towards medical bills and specialized training for Agape fosters.
Read Brooke’s story and donate here
Agape Animal Rescue microchips all of our rescue dogs thanks to a grant from the Barbara J Mapp Foundation. Microchipping saves lives by helping reunite dogs with their pet parents if the need ever arises. We strongly believe microchips are an important part of our overall mission to ensure the lifelong health and safety of our rescue animals.
Learn more about microchipping here
Being able to provide food could be the difference between a person or family in financial hardship keeping their furry friend or having to give him or her away. To assist those who are going through these difficulties, we’ve established a Community Kibble Program. Our goal with this program is to prevent anyone from ever having to make this painful, heartbreaking decision by providing them with pet food for a short period of time.
Read more about the Community Kibble Program here
Teaming up with Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, the Enderle Family, and The Community Foundation of Tennessee, Agape Animal Rescue is dedicated to save more than 100 puppies from Middle Tennessee who would have otherwise been euthanized. This Puppy Program is in addition to more than 100 dogs who already enter the Agape program every year.
Read more and donate here