Thank you to our sponsor
Mutual Rescue’s Kylie & Liza Fund was inspired by two things Kylie cared deeply about: finding a cure for childhood cancer and saving homeless animals. Highlighting these two causes together provides a voice to the voiceless – children and animals – and the opportunity to support two chronically underfunded areas.
of the $373 billion in 2015 given to charity in the U.S. went to animal related causes.
of the $4.9 million in 2014 of The National Cancer Institute’s budget went to childhood cancer.
Mutual Rescue shares compelling, true stories that demonstrate that when people adopt animals, their own lives can be dramatically transformed in positive and often unexpected ways. Raising awareness of this powerful dynamic benefits our communities through greater compassion for all beings.
“I’ve heard people describe animals like angels. I never really understood what that meant until Liza met Kylie.”
“I’m still here because a shelter dog saved my life.”