WHO, WHAT, WHERE IS CORRIDOR RESCUE?
Who? Corridor Rescue is a group of volunteers who have come together to continue the mission of mercy started by Deborah Hoffman in 2019.
What? Corridor Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization on a mission to save lives and correct the injustice done to the many starving and abandoned animals in the "Corridor of Cruelty." Hundreds of physically and emotionally damaged dogs are left there in the fight of their lives to simply survive another day.
Where? The Corridor of Cruelty is an area near U.S. 59 and Little York, north of downtown Houston.
Our Street Team volunteers go out on the streets every day to feed neglected, discarded, sick and starving animals in the Corridor of Cruelty. We care for them the best we can until we are able to bring them in off of the streets.
We have a variety of opportunities to volunteer and make a difference; whether with the street team, helping with adoptions, fostering, fundraising, events, or administrative help.
Please take a few moments to browse our website to find out more about who we are and how you can help us make a difference in these animals' lives.