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Welcome to The Savior Foundation!

The Savior Foundation was formed in March 27, 2010 after Mario Chiozza saved an abandoned and abused dog thrown from a truck during rush hour traffic on Interstate 40.

Currently, The Savior Foundation is an instrumental organization created for the prevention of cruelty to animals including education, support, and funding to offset immediate medical expenses and needs for any abused, injured, and/or abandoned animal in a critical situation.

The Savior Foundation is now a non-profit organization filed with the State of Tennessee.

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The Savior Foundation Fights Against BSL Law in Mississippi.

A bill circulating the Mississippi Legislature has some dog lovers up in arms. House Bill 1261 wants to label all pit-bull-terrier like dogs as "dangerous" animals. This bill has gained national attention and the overwhelming negative response has lawmakers re-thinking its passage. Read More or see video below. 

 
In Memory of David Kristopher Cervetti

Donations can be made in Davids name by clicking Donate at the top of the page. When submitting a donation, type Donate to Davids funds in the Add special instructions to recipient section on PayPal.
David Kristopher Cervetti, 25, left this earth to begin a new life on Friday March 25, while in Grenada, West Indies fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. According to his fellow students, he was “an old soul in a young body who brought a certain peace, like an old childhood friend. He could always make you feel better if you were down.” In addition to his love of animals, including bugs and lizards, which he often named, he was an accomplished bass player and was the “Funk Master” of the Vet Band. David, An Eagle Scout, graduated from St. Benedict at Auburndale High School and went on to earn a degree in Animal Sciences with a minor in Biology at the University of TN where he graduated with honors. In his determination to become a vet, he studied hard and was consistently on the Dean’s List at St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. In addition to his friends, David will be deeply missed by his mother Dianna Beibers Cervetti, his father Michael Cervetti, his brother Matthew Cervetti and his grandfather Bill Beibers. He joins his grandmothers Ann Beibers and Catherine Carney and his grandfather Frank Cervetti in heaven. In lieu of flowers, donations are being accepted at thesaviorfoundation.org to continue David’s dream of helping animals. We will miss you dear David, you are truly loved.
 
RESCUE DOGS
This is Stella one of Savior Foundation Rescues The Savior Foundation Rescued Zoey she was born under a bridge in memphis in a pile of trash born paralyzed she had to have her rear Legs and hip joints and tail

The Savior Foundation Work and Rescues




 

The Savior Foundation's Savior Goes on the News to Fight Against BSL Law in Mississippi. . .

 
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Throw back video of Savior a year ago shows how sweet Savior really is. Halfway through this video Savior starts giving out kisses and she definitely knows what camera she's on.

 
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