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ACCES is committed to recognizing the efforts of those organizations doing good works locally and on the national stage. To that end, we are proud to lend our ongoing support to the following nonprofit and civil service organizations.
Helping Animals in Need
Through each of their unique efforts, these organizations are advancing the quality of care for homeless or unwanted pets, building pathways to a sustainable future, and pledging to protect and serve our larger community.
ACCES recognizes the Seattle Animal Shelter and the Seattle/King County Humane Society as quality animal shelters. These shelters are committed to fostering safe, healthy and caring relationships between people and animals in our community and have shown responsible management of their facilities and the pet population. They each have teams of dedicated workers who are faced with the challenge of caring for and comforting neglected, abandoned, abused and/or unwanted pets. If not for the services provided by these organizations, many companion animals would remain neglected, abandoned and homeless. ACCES honors their dedication to this population and proudly lends its ongoing support.
Assisting Our Service Men and Women
ACCES is proud to partner with Pets for Patriots in an effort to help give our service members, veterans and their families the gift of unconditional friendship and love while providing millions of dogs and cats a second chance at life. A nationally recognized not-for-profit, Pets for Patriots connects adult and at-risk shelter pets with service and veteran members of the U.S. military. ACCES supports these efforts by providing a 20% discount for services to all members of the program. For more information on Pets for Patriots, please visit www.petsforpatriots.org.
Others doing good works in the larger community, both locally and nationally.
- Animal Cancer Foundation
- Arbor Day Foundation
- Food Lifeline
- Homeward Pet
- Independence Guide Dogs
- King County Regional Animal Services
- Lick, Slobber, Drool
- Pasado’s Safe Haven
- Pawsitive Alliance
- Petsmart Charities
- Puget Sound Blood Center
- Reading with Rover
- Seattle King County Veterinary Medical Association
- Washington State Veterinary Medical Association