Raise money for us at the Colfax Marathon!
In an effort to branch outside of the animal rescue community, we will be celebrating our 6th year as a charity team at the Colfax Marathon races. Join us as your charity partner on on Saturday MAY 18, 2019 in DENVER, CO, for the dog and stroller friendly 5k. Then on Sunday MAY 19, join us for the Urban 10, Half Marathon, Marathon, and Marathon Relay!
Runners can get sponsors!
Help us raise money for all the lifesaving programs and projects we have going on! Get your friends and family to donate for the cause! We are designing a shirt for anyone that signs up and starts a No Kill Colorado fundraiser with us. Go to Mighty Cause and start your Fundraiser for No Kill Colorado now. You can do it even if you are not running! If you sign up by the April 1, 2019 deadline, you can request a tech shirt for the races! Just sign up on Mighty Cause with your own fundraising page, share it, and email us the link with your size!
Click here for more info on Colfax Marathon Fundraising
All donations to No Kill Colorado will go directly to life saving via programs and services of the No Kill Equation.
NO KILL COLORADO - What's Next?
New Statistical Data has been released in August, we have put out our first graphs of the data in the learn section of the site.
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You can always donate on the right to No Kill Colorado to help Make Colorado the Safest State for Homeless Pets every day. Our work there continues....
No Kill Statistics
About 8 million animals enter shelters every year.
Approximately 2.6 million animals (32%) are killed (22% of dogs and 45% of cats).
Roughly 30 million acquire a new companion animal every year.
Only 1-2% of shelter animals are irremediably suffering.
One million people live in communities saving between 98% and 99% of dogs and cats in their shelters.
About 10 million people live in communities saving between 90% and 99% of dogs and cats in their shelters.
Over 40 million people live in communities saving at least 80% of dogs and cats in their shelters.