What is Flights for Hope?

Flights For Hope Community Group was created to raise flight funds for rescues taking in dogs from remote areas (reserves) or dogs that need transport out of province due to BSL. Raised funds are sent directly to the rescue organizing the flight.

What is Norway House Animal Rescue?

(Working in alliance, sharing knowledge of animal care to northern communities to empower individuals to take charge of their communities health and safety thru animal care responsible pet ownership. Raise awareness and funds for Northern Manitoba Dog Contraceptive Implant program and research on the northern dog lifespan, supplies, food, and flights for Strays Dogs and the occasional Cat.! Our Goals include: forming alliances with communities, its volunteers, training, mentoring, coaching and supporting on animal care and responsible pet ownership. Identifying animals in need, providing food and supplies as well as medical training and triage’ raising awareness the dog overpopulation issues, to assist northern community members in times of need, fly, feed, and supply fosters in Northern communities with the help they need.  providing support and Birth Control solutions for Dogs in remote Northern Communities

Rescuing Manitoba Dogs

What is Sash-Mar Paws?

Sash-Mar Paws is the facebook account of Sasha & Marley ... two rescue pups belonging to Karen George. Both are rescues from First Nations Reserves. Sash-Mar Paws is the go-between for Norway House Animal Rescue and the 2 local Ottawa rescues taking in the dogs (I am Alive Dog Rescue and Freedom Dog Rescue). Karen helps fundraise to pay for vetting and flight fees for the Northern dogs to come to Ottawa. Karen also helps book the flights with flight parents.
​Flight parents are also needed.

Freedom has partnered up with an amazing group of people to help the Manitoba stray dog population.

~Rescue in Winnipeg:Norway House Animal Rescue
~Fundraising Initiatives(Vetting/Flights): Sash-Mar Paws
~Partner Rescue:Forever Homes Rescue in Quebec
~Flight Sponsoring: Flights for Hope