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Board of Directors / Key Staff

Board of Directors

Gillian Lange, President
Salli Sammut, Vice President
Lisa Morocco
Patty Finkel
Judith Stern

General Manager

Megan Fenner

Halfway Home Kennel

Julie Grosman, Assistant Manager
Jose Flores, Maintenance Manager
Kayleigh Kowitz, Adoption Counselor
Diana Nelson, Secretary
Chelsea Kowitz, Volunteer Coordinator

St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary

Brandon Hawke, Assistant Manager
Miguel Ramirez, Equine Manager
Sara Scott, Adoption Counselor
Tara McVeigh, Adoption Counselor
Megan Haselwood, Adoption Counselor

Privacy Policy

Lange Foundation does not publish, sell, exchange, rent or otherwise distribute the names of any of our donors unless specifically requested to do so. Nor do we send any mailings, either online or by mail, to our donors or supporters on behalf of other organizations. In addition, we do not share, sell or distribute any aggregated online, personal contact information or demographic information we gather from our website.

We go to extreme lengths to protect our donor’s privacy. By not availing ourselves of the use of mailing houses, our supporters are protected from their practice of selling names to other organizations/companies, etc. In addition, any supporter or donor who would like to opt-out of any mailings, either online or hard copy, may do so by sending an email to info@langefoundation.com.

Transparency & Accountability

Transparency and accountability are crucial components for us to demonstrate our commitment to honest and responsible philanthropy. We believe our donors have a right to know how their money is spent. Rest assured, your donations go directly toward saving and caring for animals in need. Come visit our Halfway Home Kennel in West Los Angeles and St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary in Canyon Country to see in person what we accomplish with your support. If you have questions on charitable giving, you are always welcome to contact us directly.

Organizational Information

Effectiveness

Together, we make a difference. Since 1993, the Lange Foundation has rescued over 20,000 animals from city and county shelters that would have been otherwise euthanized. We began with our Halfway Home Kennel in West Los Angeles and in 2007, expanded our rescue work to include the overcrowded, underfunded desert shelters. We did this by purchasing a 4.5 acre property in Canyon Country in the Santa Clarita Valley which you know as St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary. At full capacity, we are able to house and care for 150 cats, 75 dogs, and 12 horses. We are committed to finding quality homes for our pets and continuing our mission of rescuing those animals who need us most.

Policies

 

Conflict of Interest Policy
Whistleblower Policy
Record Retention & Destruction Policy

Independent Charity Evaluators

Lange Foundation has received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest and most-utilized independent evaluator of charities.

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