MickaCoo Earns Top Rated Great Nonprofit Award 2013

MickaCoo Pigeon & Dove Rescue is extremely proud to have earned Great Nonprofits’ Top-Rated Award again for 2013 (fewer than 1% of nonprofits nationwide are eligible). Thank you for making our work possible, for endorsing our efforts and for adding your voice in support of the birds.

MickaCoo is proud to be recognized as a Top-Rated Great Nonprofit again in 2013

MickaCoo is proud to be recognized as a Top-Rated Great Nonprofit again in 2013

Here are excerpts from a few of our 52 reviews. Visit our page at Great Nonprofits to see them all.

“Such a worthwhile organization doing fantastic work! I’m inspired to spread the word and hope to work with wineries in Sonoma and Napa counties as potential aviary builders and pigeon adopters!! So many need permanent homes.” (Read more)

“In addition to directly rescuing and rehabilitating the birds, they also spend a great deal of time educating people from all walks of life about pigeons and doves and what great birds they are, as well as the may dangers they face and abuse they needlessly suffer. They encourage people to adopt, not breed, these birds (so many need homes!)….and they promote kindness and compassion toward these sometimes misunderstood creatures (and in doing so, they help create a kinder, gentler, more compassionate world). MickaCoo’s work is 24/7 and they do an amazing job!!” (Read more)

 “Donors can be absolutely confident in their donations being used wisely and efficiently for the MickaCoo pigeons and doves. I know this as I have been consulting ton nonprofits for over 10 years and I am very picky with the public’s money and how it is spent.” (Read more)

“Sadly, it never occurred to me that pigeons needed rescue. The creation and growth of MickaCoo has made the plight of homeless, abused, abandoned, and neglected racing pigeons, King pigeons, homing pigeons, “fancy” pigeons, and the hybridized domestic/wild birds a vivid and worthwhile object of philanthropy. The dedication and passion brought to the care of these birds and the care taken to characterize their beauty, gentle nature, and positive characteristics makes it very clear why we as human beings have a responsibility to protect them.” (Read more)

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