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Thank you for visiting Ryan Tree Foundation. We partner with groups from around the globe to help fund and strengthen the bond between humans and nature. By educating our families, friends and communities about strategies to reduce the negative impact we have on our planet, we can build a better tomorrow.

For our first initiative, Ryan Tree Foundation is working with 20 reputable organizations to raise awareness and rally donations for their support. We will be sharing their stories and shedding light on the challenges they face every day:

African Wildlife Foundation
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
Arizona Humane Society
Best Friends Animal Society
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International
Drage Second Chance Ranch
Fearless Kitty Rescue
HALO Animal Rescue
Humane Farming Association
The Humane Society of the United States
Liberty Wildlife
Lockwood Animal Rescue Center
The Marine Mammal Center
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue
Tierschutzverein fur Berlin
Wildlife Conservation Society
SCAT Street Cat Rescue
Snow Leopard Trust

Our First Initiative


"The presence of wildlife in our world is a treasure, one that cannot be reclaimed after it disappears."

Through our network and fundraising opportunities, we provide avenues for you to speak up for those who do not have a voice.

Visit our
Donate page to learn how you can make a difference. You can also lend your support by signing one of our petitions at, by volunteering time at your local animal rescue, forest preserve or national park, or by using cruelty-free products.

Thank you for giving our world hope.

A Voice For Change
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Over the past 10 years, Ryan Tree has been closely involved with animal rescue organizations through his music and philanthropic projects. In Arizona, Ryan volunteers and works with HALO Animal Rescue, Arizona Humane Society and Fearless Kitty Rescue.

Ryan Tree Foundation is dedicated to assisting rescues far beyond our own community. His vision is to give shelter pets across the world the same love and care as family.

By funding, organizing and promoting adoption events, spay/neuter clinics and relocation programs, we will give more pets homes and better contain the growing stray population. If you would like to learn about events near you, please visit Petco Foundation or PetSmart Charities®.

There are hundreds of rescues in need of supplies, food and more. You can save lives by donating your time or by giving a gift to one of the many organizations on our Donate page.




Every single day, an estimated 345 trophy animals are killed for recreation. 126,000 are killed every year simply for fun, not out of necessity.

17,000 wolf hunting licenses have been sold in the state of Montana alone since the U.S. passed a bill to remove protections for the gray wolf in November of 2018.

50% of hunted animals are not killed quickly, but instead left severely wounded or crippled. Much of this is due to the popularity of bow hunting.

*Statistics provided by National Geographic, The Missoulian and In Defense of Animals. Please click the icons above to read more.


Sign one of our petitions or create your own at

Hunting Is Not A Sport
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