Open Collective
Open Collective


Rescue food, plastic, and wood "wastes" from local markets and redistribute to undernourished and undersheltered animals. In other words, we RESQ animals by RESQing the climate.

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The RESQ Token is an ERC-20 collectible utility token that will be usable on the RESQ website and in the game Zeemz: The Versipisces Secret. We're ... Read more

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Get monthly website support from the RESQ Dev Team. 100% of the money you spend will go to helping save the planet and the animals on it. We can an... Read more

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Monique Finley

Co-Founder of RESQ



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News from RESQ-DAO

Updates on our activities and progress.

How has the covid19 pandemic effected RESQ?

Hello to everyone out there! We at RESQ hope you are all keeping well. We know that times can be...well let's say...a bit more difficult. To help you all pass the time we would like to direct you to our Tolls Page where you can find plen...
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Published on May 8, 2020 by Jenn Landry

All For Climate and RESQ-DAO Working Together for a Sustainable Future!

All For Climate is the Fiscal Host for RESQ-DAOWe're proud to announce All For Climate has agreed to be the Fiscal Host for RESQ-DAO. This partnership for climate action is a very exciting upgrade for RESQ that we anticipate will greatly...
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Published on February 27, 2020 by Monique Finley

Officially welcoming RESQ #2 on-board!

For the last nine months, we've been working with a second group to form RESQ #2.RESQ #2 has a threefold animal focus: dogs, donkeys, and ducks. They've gotten their piece of land sectioned out. The dogs and the ducks are currently onsit...
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Published on February 19, 2020 by Monique Finley


Let’s get the discussion going! This is a space for the community to converse, ask questions, say thank you, and get things done together.

COVID19 Economy Closures and How They Affect You

Published on May 3, 2020 by Jenn Landry

We wanted to take a moment to talk to people about their difficulties and their triumphs over the past several months in dealing with economy closures, and quarantine/lockdown procedures in place. By evaluating what has happened we can c...

Rollin' with RESQ Fundraiser on GoFundMe

Published on February 29, 2020 by Monique Finley

RESQ has two vehicles that were donated. The first is the van that we use locally for hauling salvage and for doing week...


RESQ-DAO: Rescue Education Sanctuary & Quarantine - Decentralized Autonomous Organization

We stop perfectly good food from going to waste. While we're doing that, we're also reclaiming wood and plastic materials for recycling at RESQ #1. The seeds are harvested from the recovered fruits and vegetables, the food processed waste is added to the compost, and every year we use the compost to make keyhole gardens from recycled market materials.

We receive donations from market vendors who have food that will not keep until their next market. Sometimes these are lightly bruised, other times they're totally smooshed. We've got a simple "at least 50% has to be good" rule for processing the damaged foods. Over the three years that we've been doing this, we've processed over 1.7 tons of "waste" into hundreds of perfectly delicious meals for undernourished animals in the local area.

See our website for more details:
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See a RESQ Founder get flipped by a dog during filming:
Run our JSEcoin miner to support RESQ from your computer:

Our team

Monique Finley

Co-Founder of RESQ