Reggie’s Fund

Tatiana and Gerret Copeland have been longtime supporters of HAP and instrumental to the Wilmington facility renovation in 2014. Since 2014, HAP staff and volunteers have cared for thousands of homeless animals in the The Tatiana and Gerret Copeland Animal Care Center.


In 2017, long-term HAP supporters and animal lovers Tatiana and Gerret Copeland made a significant contribution in memory of their beloved dog, Reggie. The gift established Reggie’s Fund to offset the cost of veterinary medical services for pet owners in need, aiming to prevent those owners from having to surrender or euthanize their pets due to high medical costs. Reggie’s Fund has helped save the lives of dozens of animals in our community. In recognition of the 5th anniversary of the fund, the Copelands agreed to continue Reggie’s loving legacy by allowing other donors to contribute and build the fund even further. While Reggie’s Fund is primarily for dogs, cats are also eligible.

For more information on utilizing Reggie’s Fund, please email

If you are interested in contributing to Reggie’s Fund, please email

“Reggie was such a loving, warm, and mischievous dog. We were fortunate in finding him. He enriched our lives for many years, and my husband and I wanted to create a fund in his memory to help dogs get the best medical care.”

-Tatiana Copeland

Reggie’s Fund Coffee

We are thrilled to partner with our favorite animal loving friends at Brew HaHa! to launch A Street coffee, a light roast in support of Reggie’s Fund. Roasted by Brandywine Coffee Roasters in Newport, DE, all bags are hand-packed with whole bean Honduras Coffee. $2 from every purchase of A Street coffee goes directly to supporting this life saving initiative that provides financial support towards veterinary care for dog owners in need. Purchase your own bag at all nine Brew Haha! locations, online, or at any HAP location!

FUN FACT: Reggie’s Fund coffee is Smithsonian Certified Bird Friendly, an all organic license that encourages farms to not cut down trees in order to grow coffee. These coffees can grow in the shade and protect the ecosystems of wildlife, specifically birds.

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