American Maltese Association Rescue is a national 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization staffed
entirely by dedicated volunteers caring for homeless Maltese and securing adoptive families. Maltese
come to rescue from many sources, animal shelters, death of the primary caretaker, people whose
health has changed, and those facing loss of home.
All AMA Rescue Maltese are cared for by approved foster families. Our available rescue dogs tend to
be located in areas of the country with active volunteers and available foster homes. More homeless
Maltese could be accepted if we had more foster families. Please consider this worthwhile experience.
Please visit our "About Us" page to learn more about our Organization.
The dogs appearing on this website are actual Maltese rescued by AMA Rescue.
We are affiliated with the American Maltese Association [Click Here to visit their website]
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AMA Rescue couldn’t survive without the help from our wonderful donors. For those that want to make a difference for a Maltese in need, but who cannot adopt or foster ... this is for you. A donation of any size will make a big difference for our rescue Maltese. Your donation is what makes it possible for us to continue to save the lives of Maltese in need.
GOOD SEARCH and GOOD SHOP
What if American Maltese Association Rescue earned a penny every time you searched the Internet? Well, now we can! Good Search.com is a new search engine that donates ad revenue, about a penny per search, to the charity of choice designated by the user. Use it just like any search engine as it is powered by Yahoo, so you get the same great results.
To make an online purchase go to Good Search, click on the GoodShop icon, a list of participating stores will drop down. Select the store you desire to make a purchase, and a percentage of your purchase is made to American Maltese Association Rescue.
Just click on the Good Search icon to the right and start searching or the GoodShop icon to make a purchase!
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AMA Rescue recently joined Amazon Associates Program for nonprofits. For each purchase made through the link on our website, AMA Rescue can earn up to 15% in advertising fees from Amazon.com.
AMA Rescue would like to fly one of our numerous Southern CA rescue Maltese to our East Coast Coordinator, Dawn Peleskey in Newark, New Jersey. We have approved East Coast foster care providers without any rescue dogs as well as applicants in that area desiring to adopt a rescue Maltese. For further information, please contact Judy Crowe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone flying from an airport in Southern CA to Newark, NJ?
On May 1st and 2nd a Rescue Raffle and Silent Auction were held in conjunction with the American Maltese Association National Specialty in Orlando, Florida. A special thank you to all of the people and businesses who donated lovely Maltese items, art work, dog related items, and a cruise for the auction and raffle. Three dedicated ladies (Sue Graham, Loretta Gitto, and Debbie Martin) worked very hard selling candy bars every day to raise money for AMA Rescue. AMA Rescue is so appreciative of the people who bought raffle tickets and bid on the auction items.
A highlight of the National Specialty is the parade of rescue dogs. Five rescue dogs and their owners participated in this year’s event. Every participant receives a special ribbon and gift bag. John Barnes is pictured with his rescue dog, Morty.
Successful National Specialty!
A special donation was presented to AMA Rescue by Sybil Rowe at the luncheon in behalf of Elizabeth Flewellen who had made this donation prior to her recent death. A tribute recognizing Liz Flewellen’s love for Maltese and support for rescue was given by Sybil.