Who We Are
Dugan Foundation is founded on the principle that there is no reason to kill a companion animal for population control. We do, therefore, everything in our power to assist existing non-profit organizations to shelter, adopt and care for the homeless companion animals. We also work to ensure all of our programs have an educational component to allow people to learn what it takes to make a no-kill community.
The creation of a no-kill community is based on the development and implementation of a community wide comprehensive animal welfare plan. Washington State, and the nation as a whole has come a long way since our inception in 2003. We believe, with the organizations and people that are working for animals, and the additional help from those that care, Washington State has the horsepower to become a no-kill state.
We are working to map out existing organizations, their strengths and their needs and finding a way for us all to work together more effectively, to do more for the animals. We are taking a leading role to make this happen, connect those that care to work together. Look for collaborative projects, social media campaigns, and even a conference to bring these folks together to learn how they can work together.
You are welcome to attend one of our meetings, any time, to learn more and find out how to help.
Dugan Foundation holds their monthly board meetings, the second Wednesday of each month at:
Start time: 6 p.m.
End time: 8 p.m.
All board meetings are open to the public.
If you are planning on attending please call 253.572.7700.