Animal related

Sonoma County Change Program

Vineburg, CA

Mission

To support local law enforcement as a subsidiary in equine cases through humane education, logistical and financial avenues.

Ruling Year

2008

Principal Officer

Grant Miller

Main Address

P.O. Box 64 Grant R Miller

Vineburg, CA 95487 USA

Keywords

Animal Horse Rescue California

EIN

26-2135318

 Number

4285345901

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

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

Management & Technical Assistance (W02)

Law Enforcement Agencies (Police Departments) (I60)

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CHANGE's goal is to raise the standard of care for horses in Sonoma County through logistical support of law enforcement.

Public outreach and education.
Officer education.
District Attorney and Defense attorney education.
Providing high quality care to horses.
Clear written policies.

To date, CHANGE has been involved in nearly two dozen criminal cases brought forward by local law enforcement to the county Superior Court system. Nearly all of these cases have resulted in offender convictions. Furthermore, law enforcement has a better understanding of equine care practices and handling, and several horses have been given options where there previously were none prior to CHANGE's inception.

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Yes

CEO OVERSIGHT

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