Our In-Kind Donors

Charitable gifting from individuals and businesses has established itself as an important source of funding for the non-profit or public benefit sector of the economy. Your gift, motivated by the shared values between your business and The Gabriel Foundation®, enables us to strengthen the focus and impact of our programs and provide the best for the hundreds of birds in our care.

Below we recognize our in-kind donors (listed alphabetically) for their contributions:

 

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A&A

A&A Art: Special Thanks to Kenley Knudsen

Abaxis

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Bill Masure

Bill Masure Photography

behavior works

Behavior Works: Special Thanks to Dr. Susan Friedman, an Inspiration to All

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Dummy

Dummy Eggs: Special Thanks to Melanie for her donations to TGF and help with planned parrothood and planned pigeonhood

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Flight Quarters

 Flight Quarters

Galileo

Galileo Systems Group: Special Thanks to Lance Gibb

Goldenview

GoldenView Veterinary Hospital: Special Thanks to Dr. Kris Ahlgrim and Dr. Sareena Enloe

Homestead Animal Hospital

Homestead Animal Hospital: Special Thanks to Dr. Jerry LaBonde

Kong

mother pluckin

Mother Pluckin Bird Toys: Special Thanks to Michelle and Lance Staker

Natural Inspirations

Natural Inspirations: Special Thanks to Karrie Noterman

optimistic

Optimistic Design Company: Special Thanks to Dan Wilson

plantronics

Plantronics: Special Thanks to Jo Reidda, CA and Frank Inda, CO

Sharp

Sharp USA: Special Thanks to John Marck

ShiftPlanning

Thanks to ShiftPlanning for their employee scheduling app

Super Bird Creations

Super Bird Creations: Special Thanks to Deb White

thf publications

TFH Publications and Nylabone Products

Twin Leather birdtoyban

Unique Idea

A Unique Idea Bird Toys: Special Thanks to Kathy

 

 

For anyone wishing to read more about the concept of animal Welfare VS Animal Rights (see our previous post this morning), you may download a short article from our dropbox, shared with permission:

www.dropbox.com/s/tpufsnp1xkyrgms/Animal%20Welfare%20VS%20Animal%20Rights.docx?dl=0
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For anyone wishing to read more about the concept of animal Welfare VS Animal Rights (see our previous post this morning), you may download a short article from our dropbox, shared with permission: 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tpufsnp1xkyrgms/Animal%20Welfare%20VS%20Animal%20Rights.docx?dl=0

Thoughts for a Sunday morning.
With much bird and animal tragedy in recent news stories, we often feel helpless about what can we do. How can we help? If we care about animals' welfare, how does that label us? Clarity on the differences between Animal Welfare and Animal Rights is a good place to start. Understanding how we evaluate animals' care when we apply the Five Freedoms for TGF's flock is central to our approach to our birds' welfare. What do you think? Share your ideas and photos with us about what these concepts mean to you. webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20121010012427/http://www.fawc.org.uk/freedoms.htm
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Thoughts for a Sunday morning.
With much bird and animal tragedy in recent news stories, we often feel helpless about what can we do. How can we help? If we care about animals welfare, how does that label us? Clarity on the differences between Animal Welfare and Animal Rights is a good place to start.  Understanding how we evaluate animals care when we apply the Five Freedoms for TGFs flock is central to our approach to our birds welfare. What do you think? Share your ideas and photos with us about what these concepts mean to you. http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20121010012427/http://www.fawc.org.uk/freedoms.htm