Hello and welcome to the Delta Animals Safe Haven website! Our site is new, so you will continue to see changes to the content in the coming months. We welcome you to continue to check our site for new updates about our organization and the cause we are supporting.
Thanks to community support and the efforts of our volunteers and fosters, D.A.S.H. found new homes for 84 animals in 2012 (see link below for more detailed information).
6/11/2011 - Tax Exempt Letter Received!
On Saturday, 6/10/2011, Delta Animals Safe Haven received our letter of tax-exempt status from the IRS! This is but a first step of many that will make D.A.S.H. a reality!
6/14/2011 - New Website Launch
On 6/14/2011, we launched our new website. We invite you to take a look around the website and tell your friends to come see us too by using our new Spread the Word website tool.
6/19/2011 - D.A.S.H. @ H.A.L.O. Ramble!
Sunday, June 19, 2011, we made our first public appearance at the Annual Ramble hosted by Homeless Animals Lifeline Organization (HALO). We presented the public with brochures containing information about our goals and took sign-ups for our email newsletter! We even recruited two volunteers! We were very happy with the warm reception everyone gave to our cause! Thank you to Karen, Rose, Barb and Sheila for "manning" the booth and to Stephanie and Gigi of HALO for being such wonderful hosts! Karma, Izzy and Sadie also did their part in showing off how happy rescue dogs are to have a family! It was a great day!
September 2011 D.A.S.H. Starts Foster Program
Although our goal is to open a facility, we couldn't hold off any longer and decided to start pulling dogs from the Antioch Shelter and fostering them for adoption! We are not losing sight of our goal but our mission is to expedite animals out of the Antioch Shelter so we decided to do what we could while we work towards the larger goal!
If you are able to foster a dog for us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rick Stirrat, our Dog Adoption Manager at 925-335-3169! The general length of time per foster is 2-3 weeks and can involve post spay/neuter care but we provide everything you need, food, supplies etc. If you can't foster, would you please donate to ouf foster program? Thank you all for your help!