Ways to Sponsor
Sponsor an Animal
Your sponsorship provides a lucky animal with all the care they need while waiting for their perfect home. Your gift of $25 or more supports the costs of spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, monthly preventatives, a microchip, tasty food, cozy bedding, and loving care from our dedicated staff. View adoptable dogs and cats that are available to sponsor.
Are you sponsoring in honor or memory of someone special? Please check the dedication box on the donation form so they can receive a special notification by email.
Sponsor a Kennel
Your kennel sponsorship helps pay for the day-to-day needs of our shelter residents. You will provide a nourishing meal, a warm bed, vaccinations, medical treatment, and plenty of loving care for the animals in your sponsored kennel. In acknowledgement of your sponsorship, a personalized plaque will be displayed on your sponsored dog or cat kennel for the duration of one year. You could honor a pet or special person, advertise a business, give a sponsorship as a unique gift, or simply show your support of our organization.
Dog Kennel l $275 l Only $23 per month
Cat Kennel l $250 l Only $21 per month
Lobby Cattery l $500 l Only $42 per month
Dog or Cat Adoption Room l $1,000 l Only $84 per month
*Sponsorship donations can be paid in full or divided into twelve automatic monthly payments. Monthly payments have been rounded up to the nearest dollar.
Sponsor an Event
Event sponsorships support our mission by providing much-needed funding for daily shelter operations and animal care. As a sponsor, you will receive recognition during the event and through our social media and website. The sponsor levels and benefits are unique for each event so please watch our event page for upcoming opportunities.
HOW YOUR SPONSORSHIP HELPS AN ANIMAL:
a warm bed, toys, and treats to keep them cozy and entertained
vaccines, microchipping, heartworm or FIV/FeLV testing, and monthly preventatives
keep their belly full and provide nutritious meals and treats for one month
spay or neuter surgery to combat animal overpopulation in our community