SUPPORTING ANIMAL RESCUE
ARC is a national “at scale’ organisation supporting animal rescuers, peak bodies and emergency responders.
The ARC is focused on the support of animals. That is both directly and indirectly the rescue and rehome of animals, provision of food and support to animals in rescue and community as well as constantly improving ways that rescuers can be assisted in saving mode lives. We have a solid track record of massive community outcomes and are the partner of choice for the unique work we do.
Our main activities are:
We have built a national capacity for supporting the broad rescue ecosystem. whether it is food, medical/craft, advice, or logistics.
ARC is a registered charity – Animal Rescue Support Incorporated. You can read our ACNC record (click here). Our ABN is 25151709481
The vision – a national baseline of standards and support for Animal Rescue
The ARC team came together from groups of specialist Animal Rescuers, professionals, volunteers and wildlife workers. We adapt from national emergencies to micro support and all rescuers and partners are considered equal. The only question we ask is:
– Do you have animals?
– Do you need help.
You can read more about how we assess support options by clicking here, the principals are clear.
The ARC work in conjunction with peak bodies, major rescue organisations, thousands of individual rescuers and the care sector to respond with scale and help animals in need.
ARC is a division of Animal Rescue Support Incorporated and was originally started by the Mini Kitty Commune.
In recent times this includes
The teams are made up of hundreds of directly involved field volunteers across Australia backed by resource drop hubs, volunteer transporters, hands on animal care specialists and field workers. The capacity of the teams are considerable and is currently the only “At Scale” organisation of it’s type in Australia.
The latest in technology and social engagement means ARC can locate resources in key rescue hotspots and engage teams immediately. ARC also maintain massive databases of rescuers, support and specialists to back resources in response
ARC operate a hub and storage resource pool capable of long term broad supply of food and medical resources. These hubs double as community collection and rescue group distribution hubs for general purpose rescue support.