Animal related

The Noah James Foundation

Thornton, CO


The Noah James Foundation is committed to creating abundance, family and community. We are a 501 3C non profit organization founded to support families in need of financial support for all Pet Medical Needs. It is our mission to see that no family struggles with being able to afford the care their pets need. We can not do this alone, we request your support.

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Kimbelry Fleischli

Vice President

David Diedrichs

Main Address

13127 Ash Ct

Thornton, CO 80241 USA







Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (D12)

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

Animal Related Activities N.E.C. (D99)

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The Noah James Foundation provides monetary relief and alternate resources to pet owners to help make sure their animals are properly fed and cared for, in an effort to reduce premature euthanization, malnutrition and starvation, as well as unintentional animal neglect.

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Canine Care Kit Program

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The Noah James Foundation is a 501-C3 non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that no animal goes without food, medical care, or any other essential needs, regardless of their owner's financial status. We are working to accomplish this goal by providing assistance through donations and collaboration with veterinarians and other non-profits. We provide options for people who cannot afford veterinary care including (but not limited to) monetary relief, fostering, and in some cases, re-homing. By providing these services, we can reduce the number of pets who are suffering from treatable illnesses, pets who are prematurely euthanized, and pets who are abandoned due to medical conditions.

The foundation is working directly with manufacturers of pet products, local businesses, veterinarians, and other non-profits to secure donations. These donations of both monetary and physical goods, go directly into the hands of the people who need help. We have recently undertaken a project making canine care kits for homeless people with pets in and around Denver. The blankets for these kits are made by a school for teens with special needs. Grant funding is included in our long term plan.

Collaborating with pet product manufacturers, local businesses, veterinarians, and other non-profits allows us to access a variety of resources. We have received product donations from manufacturers, and local businesses have provided both products and fund raising opportunities, which have allowed us to spread awareness for our cause. The veterinarians we work with have donated services, and we are working to create care guides which will allow people access to first aid information and other resources that they may not have had access to otherwise. Collaborating with other non-profits, such as the special needs school, allows us to expand the network of services we provide, and in turn help even more people.

Because we interface directly with those who use our veterinary assistance services, the results are tangible; we can see the relief we provide as the animal's health improves. By providing a logo on our canine care kits for the homeless, we can see people using them, which also creates a support system within the homeless community. This is just one way we can provide long term care. Since much of our awareness stems from word of mouth due to the financial situations of the people we aim to help, the more of these bags we see people using, the more we will know our efforts are effective.

So far, we have received monetary donations from individuals and from a recent fundraiser. Because of the success of the fundraiser, we are currently planning more events. We are continually receiving products from manufacturers, and there are more plans for this in the upcoming months, as more companies agree to work with us. We have handed out several of the canine care kits to homeless in the area. The special needs school plans to continue making blankets for the kits, and the students are very excited to be a part of the project. We are putting together a grant proposal, with the goal of obtaining grant funding. We hope to help as many animals as possible, and eventually expand to provide relief to those outside of Denver.

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