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HOW TO HELP — Operation Anishnabe Dogs

THANK YOU for your interest in helping the hundreds of dogs of this remote community – Lac Simon, Quebec.  In response to inquiries, we have created this page to easily communicate ways in which you may be able to contribute to saving these animals’ lives. Your compassion and generosity is greatly appreciated.


The most pressing need we have is to help cover the costly expenses of this operation. Please consider a one-time or sustaining gift to Animal Rescue Corps.  Every dollar makes a difference and goes directly to the life-saving work of Animal Rescue Corps. Your generous support will help ensure the necessary funds to make a lasting change for these animals and others. Donate here.

Or, send a check by mail to ARC:

Animal Rescue Corps
1380 Monroe St. NW #326
Washington, DC 20010-3452


If you live in or near Brome, Quebec and would like to donate items, please see our list of suggested items below.  Any donations can be dropped off at the Brome Fairgounds.

  • Food for volunteers (to coordinate please email, Subject: Volunteer food)
  • Gift cards to major retailers:  Home Depot, Walmart, Staples, etc.
  • Food and items for animals.


If you have questions about coordinating a donation – please email, Subject: Operation Anishnabe Dogs


We will only be able to use a limited number of pre-qualified volunteers.  If you think that you have the experience or skills to be helpful with this rescue or to find out more info about volunteer needs, please email, Subject: Operation Anishnabe Dogs


Once placement partners for adoption have been identified, we will be posting that information on the ARC website and facebook page.

If you are interested in being a placement partner, you must be a certified 501(c)3 organzation and fill out an application. To receive an application, please email  Subject: Placement Partner.  If your group is not chosen, please understand and know that we will keep your information in our files for future rescues.


Lastly, a great way to help is to stay informed and share with others:

  • Please sign-up for Animal Rescue Corps alerts and news here.
  • Please “Like” our Facebook Page here.
  • Please tell a friend about Animal Rescue Corps’ work for the animals.

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