Welcome to the NEW Rescue + Outreach Center!

Welcome to the NEW Rescue + Outreach Center!

Beagle Freedom Project is still in the early preparation stages at the Rescue + Outreach Center, however with your help, we can provide a safe and loving forever home for animals who once suffered in captivity.

Entry way to ROC
Roc aerial view

What is the Rescue + Outreach Center?

The Rescue + Outreach Center or the ROC serves as an interim refuge and safe haven for animals who have been rescued from animal testing laboratories, kill shelters, and other forms of animal cruelty and captivity.

Where is the ROC located?

The ROC is located on a serene and magical 17-acre property located just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina and encompasses all we have ever wanted for our amazing rescued animals and our educational outreach programs.

The property features

• The main house
• Guest house
• 7-stall barn
• A large beautiful pond
• A swimming pool
• Multiple animal enclosures, and
• A large stretch of land for all animals to roam and enjoy

When will the ROC be open to the public?

Our hope is to have the ROC up and running by September 2019.*

How can I help support the ROC?

Beagle Freedom Project is in need of everything from tools to enclosures to bedding. These supplies are essential to building and furnishing homes and shelter for the animals when they arrive at the Center.

Please help us provide animals in need with the supplies they need by:

• Purchasing an item from our Amazon Wishlist
Sponsor the animals at the ROC

You can also donate an in-kind item such as:

• Farm equipment
• Rabbit and Chicken enclosures and coops
• Plants, landscaping, or fencing
• Dog items like pens, baby gates beds, blankets, toys, etc.
• Cat items like litter boxes, cat trees, toys, etc.

Please contact roy@bfp.org if you have any physical items to donate.

If you are located near Charlotte, NC and would like to volunteer at the ROC, please click here.

ROC's barns
ROC's barns

A HUGE heartfelt thanks to those who have donated to the Giving Tree, commemoration bricks, cornerstones, and building dedications, and to those who have volunteered, donated, fostered and adopted – this is YOUR ROC, this is YOUR HAPPY PLACE, this is OURS FOR THE ANIMALS!

*The ROC is currently not open to the public. Please check back often for updates on our Grand Opening.