Giving Back To The Community

Silhouette Spa & Laser is proud to give back to our community! Everyone at Silhouette has a soft spot for animals! Because of this, we regularly support local animal-related charities through monthly monetary donations, donations of spa gift cards for event fundraisers & auctions, and we do our best to attend several of the charities' activities and events throughout the year.

If you know of an awesome BC animal related charity that you would like to nominate for our next sponsorship event, please do not hesitate to email us at [email protected]

The main recipient of our donation program is the Chilliwack branch of the BC SPCA. The BC SPCA is a volunteer run and non government funded charity that works with the community through companion animal adoption, wild animal rehabilitation, cruelty investigation, spay/neuter promotion, and youth & community education.

 

BC SPCA Donate Advocate Volunteer

Other Community Sponsorship

ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC OF THE FRASER VALLEY - ANIMAL BLOOD DONOR PROGRAM

Every day, pets, just like humans, need blood transfusions. The support of our incredible animal blood donor families makes our blood donor program possible.

There are many reasons your pet may require a blood transfusion and for many procedures, a transfusion is a clinical necessity. There is often a lack of sufficient blood products in the Lower Mainland which is why we need your pet’s help.

Please consider joining our Blood Donor Family and help us save pet’s lives!

Silhouette Spa & Laser staff member Kayla Panchmatia and her dog Rowan (pictured above) have been donors with the AECFV clinic for the past year. They encourage other's to take their healthy dog or cat in to be assessed to see if they can join the program.

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OUR MISSION IS TO RESCUE DOGS, PROVIDE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND BUILD A COMMUNITY OF RESPONSIBLE  PIT BULL OWNERS AND SUPPORTERS

We rescue bully breeds from the shelter system, placing them in foster care and ultimately adopting them into responsible, loving homes. We organize events, reach out to media, and provide information about the potential of this wonderful breed. We also provide support to pit bull owners and encourage responsible dog ownership across all breeds. HugABull operates primarily in Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island, and serves the entire province of BC.

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ELIZABETH'S WILDLIFE ADMITS OVER 1000 BIRDS/ANIMALS EACH YEAR

Elizabeth's Wildlife Center was established in 1986, and became a non-profit organization in 1999. Elizabeth Melnick, founder and primary caregiver of the center, is a registered nurse and wildlife rehabilitator. The center is capable of handling hundreds of injured/orphaned wild birds and animals. Each animal that enters our facilities is assessed, given necessary treatment, rehabilitated, and if fully recovered, released to it's natural environment.  Our Community Education Program is also an intricate part of the Center.

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VANCOUVER ORPHAN KITTEN RESCUE ASSOCIATION VOKRA) IS A VOLUNTEER-DRIVEN NON-PROFIT DEDICATED TO THE RESCUE OF CATS IN THE LOWER MAINLAND

VOKRA has a no-kill policy and does not operate a traditional shelter. Instead, we have more than 350 individual foster homes throughout the Lower Mainland. In a home environment, our cats are safe and well socialized, with lots of love and attention.

Another crucial part of VOKRA’s work is our trap/neuter/return program. Our teams of volunteers humanely trap feral cats and kittens. Pregnant feral mothers are cared for through birthing and until their kittens are weaned, at which time we spay the mother and socialize the kittens so that they can be adopted. If the mother cannot be tamed, she is returned to her original location where volunteers ensure food and water are available daily, and the cat’s health can be monitored. We also neuter feral male cats, and either adopt them out or return them as appropriate, with the same care arrangements.

SAINTS IS AN END-OF-LIFE SANCTUARY FOR SENIOR AND SPECIAL NEEDS ANIMALS THAT HAVE NOWHERE ELSE TO GO

SAINTS was started in December 2004 after volunteers at other animal shelters saw many senior animals spending their last days in a shelter or pound. We provide a special place to be loved, cherished, and receive proper medical care for the rest of their days. Because of their infirmities and physical challenges, many homeless senior and special needs animals have very little chance of finding a new home. SAINTS exists to help senior and special needs animals when all else fails. If we can, in time, find them a special home of their own, then we do. If that very special home never comes, they will be safe and cherished until the end of their days.

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ESTHER THE WONDER PIG - TO INSPIRE KINDNESS AND COMPASSION FOR FARMED ANIMALS EVERYWHERE

Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary, located in Campbellville, Ontario Canada, was founded in 2014. Since its inception, Happily Ever Esther has been dedicated to rescuing abused, neglected and abandoned farmed animals. Our goal is to provide a safe, life-long home for all of the rescues and to educate the public about the true nature of farmed animals through tours, volunteer programs and community outreach. We thank you for visiting our website and hope you will visit us in person!

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DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA IS A LEADER IN CANADIAN HABITAT CONSERVATION

We conserve, restore and manage wetlands and grasslands to benefit waterfowl, wildlife and people. Our goal is to ensure abundant wetlands and waterfowl for generations to come while improving Canadian lives. Waterfowl are migratory. That’s why our conservation efforts impact diverse areas across the entire country—including your community.

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THE MONTREAL SPCA IS COMMITTED TO CHALLENGING THE BREED SPECIFIC LEGISLATION RECENTLY PASSED BY THE CITY

Every day, Montreal's SPCA works actively to protect animals against negligence, abuse, and exploitation. We represent their interests, ensure their well-being, raise public awareness, and help develop compassion for all living beings. We receive more than 14,000 abandoned animals each year.