How is Atlas Uprising Responding?
Atlas Uprising is contributing $75 CAD to BC SPCA to help assist with the direct relief for pets affected by the flooding.

Why are we helping?
This flooding caused major damage and stranded many people and pets. With the major focus on People we're mostly focusing our contribution for the displaced pets to hopefully find their original home or keep them until placement is found.

They're providing direct aid for the pets involved in the flooding. This is also a local charity not a global entity, this ensures that they're going to be here the entire way since they are based there.

Where is your Proof of Contribution?
Proof of Contribution

How can I help?
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The Canadian charity has been providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief since 2002 to locations around the world with cost-effectiveness in mind. Right now, they're sending clean-up kits to flooded areas of B.C. to help displaced families when they return to their homes.

Donations can be made to an emergency fund where the group will decide how to best allocate the funds, or you can specify that you want the money to go toward the B.C. flood response.


The B.C. SPCA is preparing emergency boarding services for pets from Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Langley and Cowichan. The organization is also coordinating with the province's Emergency Support Services to provide pet food, crates and other urgent supplies to displaced families.

"We're there to help the animals and the people," Eileen Drever, B.C. SPCA senior protection officer, told CTV News on Wednesday.

Donations can be made through the organization’s website.


The B.C. branch of United Way has established the United for BC Flood Response Flood to help those who have lost housing and employment as a result of the flooding.

Donations will go toward assistance with housing, food security and mental health support, according to the organization.

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