Four Feet Companion Foundation (FFCF) empowers animal lovers and local registered charities to create a better life for companion animals. We award financial grants, volunteer support and supply donations to registered local animal charities so they can continue to rescue, save lives, find forever homes and promote responsible pet guardianship.
Our priority areas are funding for homeless, abandoned or injured animals, spay and neuter initiatives, emergency situations and education.
We are a registered charity (#83688 0641 RR0001), established in September 2012 in Calgary, Alberta. Four Feet Companion Foundation is 100 percent volunteer-run, with approximately 20 active volunteers who have decades of experience in the local animal rescue community. We raise funds through events, donations and corporate sponsorship.
We are dedicated to perform at our best and continually strive to make a greater impact on the lives of companion animals in our local community.
We take personal and organizational responsibility for using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results and being accountable to supporters, partners and the animals!
We respect and value each other, and foster a productive and collaborative community that works in the best interest of the greater organization and companion animals.
We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behaviour. We never compromise our reputation and always act as a voice of companion animals.
Our dream is to end animal suffering.
Our work is to support reputable animal charities.
Our goal is that one day, we won’t have to.
To bridge the gap between need and resources in the Alberta rescue community by providing financial and volunteer resources, thereby allowing these charities to expand their impact on the community.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
"Animals are more than ever a test of our character, of mankind’s capacity for empathy and for decent, honourable conduct and faithful stewardship. We are called to treat them with kindness, not because they have rights or power or some claim to equality, but in a sense because they don’t because they all stand unequal and powerless before us."