Contact Be-Paws We Care, Inc.

Contact Be-Paws We Care, Inc.

Marble

Our Roots

Donna DeBerardinis and Jenny Aaronson created this Non-Profit Organization in February 2014 to help cure the Parvovirus infected Puppies. They were very successful in this en devour and went on to start a Spay and Neuter program which assisted those in need. In 2019, when Donna's interests became stronger as a Caregiver for the Senior Community, she generously transferred Be Paws We Care (BPWC) to Julie Raming and Dave Patrick so that her dream of helping animals in need would continue. We hope we are making her proud! 

Currently, BPWC assists in raising funds so the Homeless Pets of Pickens County can get the medical care they need to prepare them for their forever Family.  Kelly Ingram is our Rescue Coordinator to help facilitate the rehoming of our homeless pets and Suzanne Champitto serves as our Fundraising Manager.  In 2020, Jenny Aaronson joined BPWC and helped us implement a Spay and Neuter and Community Cat Program to help reduce the overpopulation within this County.

 

Hope Is Where the Heart Is.... and our Hearts are with the Homeless Pets . We Strive to give them a Second Chance at life

MISSION & GOALS

Be-Paws We Care, Inc. (BPWC) is an all-volunteer,  501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As an Animal Advocacy Group, we provide  support to Pickens County, GA by working with our county animal shelter to subsidize medical support for our homeless dogs and cats, networking with animal rescue groups to find permanent homes for our adoptable homeless dogs and cats, offering low cost spay and neuter assistance to our county residents’ pets and expanding our trap-neuter-return program for our feral cat communities to help reduce the unplanned, unwanted, homeless pet population.

 

BPWC BOARD & TEAM MEMBERS

Julie Raming, CEO/President
Kelly Ingram, Vice President, Rescue & Foster Coordinator

David Patrick, CFO/ Treasurer

Suzanne Champitto, Secretary/Fundraising Manager/Transporter

 

Jennifer Aaronson, Spay-Neuter Initiative in Pickens (SNIP)
Eileen Roller, Pickens Community Cat Program (PCCP)

Angie & Jay Bird, Volunteers, Transporters

Becky & John Holt, Volunteers, Transporters

 

GOALS FOR 2021
 

  • Continue to build our relationships with other rescues to increase our network to help facilitate rehoming of our homeless pets.

 

  • Increase SNIP participants, outreach program and develop an awareness program of the benefits of SNIP.

 

  • Develop PCCP to assist those with residential and feral colonies that need to be Trapped Neutered and Returned (TNR) make Spay / Neuter services available.

    • Create caretaking teams for the community cat colonies.

    • Create a food bank for these colonies.

    • Extract the kittens to be socialized and subsequently adopted.

 

LONG TERM GOALS
 

  • Fewer homeless and abandoned animals at our shelter
     

  • Spay & Neuter for all companion Animals
     

  • Public Education and Awareness, Responsible Pet Ownership

 

 

 

BPWC IMPACT MATRIX

 

As an animal welfare/advocacy organization, our goal is to assist as many of our homeless pets by networking them through the PCA Shelter and rescue partners to provide them a Second Chance for a forever family. Also by increasing the number of community pets that have access to low cost spay and neuter  through SNIP as well as PCCP, our long term objective is to see a reduction of  our overall homeless and unwanted pet population as it would be reflected in the PCA Shelter’s annual intake.

 

 

Be Part of the Solution:
Adopt, Foster, Sponsor, Volunteer, Donate and Educate

Cat on Green
Brown Dog
 

©2019 by Be Paws We Care, Inc.. Proudly created with Wix.com