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Mission Statement

HONESTY, INTEGRITY and TRUST are the three main pillars of our mission at The HIT Living Foundation. We strive to live by these ethos in our foundation practices and personal lives. The HIT Living Foundation has come to fruition based on the willingness to act on our compassion for others by doing so with open hearts and objective minds. HIT Living is a lifestyle choice, one that can be made by each and every one of us through mindfulness of our decisions and time. Through the HIT Living Foundation, a 501(c)3 non profit, we are going to focus our energies in areas where we think the world needs it most: animal and human welfare, providing financial and physical assistance during times of crisis, and most importantly, implementing every day small acts of kindness. "Be the change you wish to see in the world," said one of the wisest of us all, Mahatma Gandhi, and that’s exactly the kind of living HIT Living is about.


The HIT Living Foundation, a 501(c)(3), has been rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing over 60 dogs in need in a little under two years. The HIT Living Foundation works directly with SoCal shelters pulling 48 hr listed dogs, dogs in need of major medical surgery, and dogs with behavior histories who would otherwise never have hope for adoption. The HIT Living Foundation pulls the destitute whose only chance at a new life and sometimes survival, is the one they are able to give to them.

This August 2019 we touched down in Abaco in the Bahamas after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. With the help of other activists we chartered a plane delivering supplies to families and rescued and brought back 7 dogs and 1 cat. The cat ended up going to Chicago the following day to be with its new rescuer.

November 2018 we were on the ground and behind the fire barricades for both the Woolsey and Paradise fires.
The Woolsey fire rescue consisted of 4 nights of search and rescue and our foundation literally turned into a mini-farm with 6 ducks, 8 chickens, a rooster, an 80 lb potbelly pig, a 200 lb tortoise and 3 goats. Then we drove a 20’ Uhaul of donations up to the Paradise survivors and helped with the remaining evacuations there + helped families organize their belongings and get to relocation sites safely.


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