Welcome to The Savior Foundation!
The Savior Foundation was formed in March 27, 2010 after Mario Chiozza saved an abandoned and abused dog thrown from a truck during rush hour traffic on Interstate 40.
The Savior Foundation is an instrumental organization created for the prevention of cruelty to animals including education, support, and funding to offset immediate medical expenses and needs for any abused, injured, and/or abandoned animal in a critical situation. The Savior Foundation is now a non-profit organization filed with the State of Tennessee.
|Brooklyn was an unwanted sick puppy, who was thrown out of a car window. He was thrown out like a piece of trash that's what a University of Memphis campus police officer witnessed, who immediately rescued Brooklyn and took him to the nearest vet. Brooklyn was not injured; however, he ended up being very sick and in critical condition with parvo. The office contacted The Savior Foundation for help to try to save Brooklyn. The officer's daughter wants to keep Brooklyn as her forever baby. Brooklyn has a forever home, but is still in critical condition. Help with donations through The Savior Foundation is desperately needed to save Brooklyn.|
|Look at Brooklyn's hero Sara, a 14 year old girl, who fought hard to save Brooklyn. She showed extraordinary love and courage to commit to Brooklyn and tell the vet that she was going to fight for Brooklyn. Sara refused to give up. Through The Savior Foundation's support, Sara and Brooklyn have a chance to have a wonderful life together. The Savior Foundation is working to raise the funds to save Brooklyn. The future for animals is in good hands with young people like Sara. Please help Sara and Brooklyn by donating to The Savior Foundation.|