The Hot Springs Village Animal Welfare League (HSVAWL) is in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas. We are an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit rescue organization that works cooperatively with the Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association (POA) Animal Control to rescue, vet, and find homes for ALL adoptable cats and dogs that come through POA intake.
AWL has no paid employees and is appreciative of the hard work by the POA animal control officers, who provide valuable service to all animals. AWL pays for food, veterinary expenses and litter for all animals in the shelter building, including strays and lost pets reclaimed by owners, as well as those for adoption.
We depend solely upon donations, memberships, and grants to sustain
our programs. We are not subsidized by the POA nor government entities. All donations are tax deductible, and 100% of your donation directly supports the animals. The AWL expresses gratitude to the volunteers who make these benefits happen and to those guests who support their efforts to save the animals.
What better way to top off Thanksgiving weekend than with fan favorite Colt and the Old 45s performing two hours of classic rock hits to help support the AWL? Thanks to their generosity and support from the energized audience, more than $1,700. was raised for the AWL! That's definitely music to our ears!
We are proud to have been voted 1st place in the 2019 Village Voice Readers Choice Awards as the best Club or Organization in Garland and Saline Counties. Thank you for this honor!
The AWL was awarded 1st Place in the non-profit Philanthropic/Service Organization category.
Each choice was nominated by the listeners of KVRE. Then the top three in each category were voted on by the listeners again. Over 20,000 votes were placed to determine the winners in each category. The AWL is very honored to receive this award!
We are extremely grateful to all the donors and Rev. Neil Kaminski for supporting the AWL at Holy Trinity's recent Blessing of the Animals on October 6th. Thanks to their overwhelming generosity, the AWL received $700.
Arvest Community and Business Relations Advisor Donna Aylward presented the "ceremonial" check to AWL President Susan Luse at the Puttin' on the Dog and Cat fundraiser.