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Because GiNA is a non-profit organization, they rely on donations to be able to continue their work.

If you'd like to help, here's what's needed most:

Time: The more volunteers and members GiNA has, the easier it becomes to spread their message.

Money: GiNA incurs considerable expense in veterinary care and equipment to ensure every Greyhound is in good health before they are adopted.

Equipment & Toys: Crates sized 2'x3'x4' and both softie and nylabone toys are always in high demand.

And, of course, new foster homes and families to adopt dogs are always required.