Our Ideal Customer
Our ideal client is in the animal welfare business or in the pet industry. We advise our clients on what pet owners want in services, pet food, pet care, wellness, nutrition, supplements and overall holistic wellness.
We advise shelters on how to brand themselves, how to build a culture of greatness and how to create Tribes of volunteers who passionately care for animals. We work only with those who share our lifelong commitment to the human and companion animal bond.
Green Pets America Charities. IRS 501c3 Non-Profit Organization founded in Ga. 2007. The bottom line in everything we do at the Green Pets America Foundation is driven by this one question: How can we best advance and showcase the power of the human animal bond for the greater good of animal and man?
How We Got Started
We started a pet food pantry, then death row rescue, then providing service dogs, then became consultants for animal shelters and for the pet industry.. At our core, we are a nonprofit dedicated to improving the well-being of companion animals. Educating and teaching pet parents how to care for their family pets.
Businesses Who Recommend Us
Steve Monahan founded Green Pets America, and the foundation is doing an excellent job in educating people about the crises of animals who are no longer wanted or who are neglected. His campaign is to Re-Home animals, instead of euthanizing healthy pets who want to give back nothing but love. Steve is a savvy, creative businessman, and he has helped to save many animals through his organization, as well as educating the public on animal welfare.
Businesses We Recommend
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Tammy at Stunning Ladies is a networker extraordinaire. Her products are top rated. Ask her to speak at your meetings on women's safety.
Super nice people. Beautiful work. They give back to the community. They designed and donated their services to our nonprofit Green Pets America for the first book cover for our book RESCUE RENEW REHOME.
Great people and they love pets. They help and support Green Pets America Foundation.
Super great products.
Jeff Snow knows his stuff. Jeff is an experienced Toastmaster speaker. Ask him to make a presentation at your group.
Great web design. excellent writing of content for your business. Strong in Branding. Outside the box thinker. Extremely trustworthy and highly experienced.
Doing great educational work on dog diabetes.
Dan does great work, is reasonable in pricing and highly ethical in his dealings. You can trust Dan Coker for all your sign work. They also do short branding videos for small businesses as well.
Marilyn is an enlightened healer. She can help you find peace and wellness
Top Forum Activity
Steve Monahan answered What Kind of Information Is Most Likely to Influence a...
about 2 months ago • 1 Like
there are many ways, starting with a competent compassionate and professional staff. Carimg first for the animal them 5he ownsr then the community and profits last. Get very involved in the... (more)
Steve Monahan answered What Is the Best Way to Find Private Lenders to Fund a...
about 2 months ago • 1 Like • 1 Reply
I founded and have run an animal welfare nonprofit for 14 years. We are self funded. Securing grants and putting on fundraisers took too much time away from our work of rescuing animals and feeding... (more)
Steve Monahan answered How Has Your Experience Been Using Online Print Sites...
2 months ago • 1 Like • 1 Reply
I use mostly local vendors. I go local because I like being able to see and touch a sample before a dozen or more are printed. Local stores are faster. I like dealing with real people. I have used... (more)
Steve Monahan asked What Are the 3 Most Important Things That You Expect From...
2 months ago • 4 Likes • 3 Replies
What are the 3 most important things you want help from an unbiased local trusted nonprofit organization to help you care for your family pets? Do you want information on wellness, what to feed... (more)
Steve Monahan answered What Is the Best Way to Attract Volunteer's to Your...
3 months ago • 1 Reply
volunteers need something to do. Have an event. Ask people to help you with it. Create things that draws people to your cause. (more)