"I am life that wills to live in the midst of life that wills to live"  - A. Schweitzer


WHAT WE DO

Rescue Project is a thriving non-profit organization committed to spreading awareness for animal rescue and support of fostering and adoption through animal shelters. Through the community of sport, Rescue Project inspires others to share their active lifestyles and enthusiasm with their furry companions and brings together like minds to support animal rescue efforts.

In addition to donating proceeds from sales of Rescue Project clothing and accessories to rescue organizations around the world, we use social media to help to grow a network of animal advocates whose mission is to save more animals through fostering and adoption. In addition to supporting our mission through wearing our clothing and accessories, see how else you can get involved here

We are also involved in local events such as charity rides, fun runs, shelter adoption days, and local community fundraising events with breweries, wineries, bike/run/triathlon shops and more. To keep up with our happenings, follow our social media pages on facebook and instagram.

OUR Story

What started as an idea in 2013 has been made successful with the support of my wide network of dog-loving athlete friends...and their friends. 

I spent a decent number of years racing my bike while also being a full time grad student.  During this time, I always remained an active volunteer for rescue. However, when my own two dogs became older and life got busier, it became more challenging to keep foster dogs of my own. Still, I felt the need to continue to help animal rescue in some way.      

One day, the light bulb turned on and Rescue Project was formed.  We have already grown from "just an idea" to an international outreach program supporting rescue organizations, animal shelters, and foster homes. This is not a solo mission. Rescue Project brings all of us athletes and outdoor enthusiasts together so we can get more dogs into foster and forever homes, ultimately saving more lives. 

- Namrita Kumar