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Charities that benefit animals
This category of our database contains charities that help animals. Millions of animals every year are sent to shelters or put to sleep due to overpopulation.
Most of these organizations rely soley on donations for funding.
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|Sacramento Zoological Society|
The mission of the Sacramento Zoological Society is to inspire appreciation, understanding and respect for all living things through stimulating education, wholesome recreation and innovative species management.
The Sacramento Zoo accepts donations of cars, truck, trailers, boats and RVs.
|Second Chance Animal Rescue|
Second Chance Animal Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), all-volunteer organization that incorporated in 1994. We are dedicated to rescuing, caring for and placing homeless dogs and cats. We also educate the public on respect for all animal life, including the importance of spaying and neutering in order to reduce the number of animals euthanized.
|Central Texas Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals|
At the Central Texas SPCA, we treat our shelter pets with the same love and care we give our own, and that means providing them regular medical and dental care, monthly heartworm and flea preventative and annual vaccinations. Our unique shelter provides a homelike environment that focuses on constantly improving our pets' mental and physical well being to ensure they remain highly adoptable and happy while waiting for their new, forever families to find them. You will not find stark metal kennels and harsh environments at the CTSPCA! Instead, you'll discover a clean, spacious, and comfortable environment. Our cats live in communal condos with poles, window ledges for lounging and catwalks to trot about their enclosures. The indoor kennels where our dogs sleep at night and stay indoors during inclement weather have warm beds to snuggle into and many toys for their enjoyment. The outdoor dog runs allow them to buddy up with their favorite canine companion, splash around in pools, toss about a ball or two, or just hang out in the shade of built-in cabanas. With supervision, shelter dogs enjoy the freedom of running off-lead individually over two fully fenced acres during the hours we are closed to the public. This attention to detail and extra effort makes the CTSPCA a happy way station on the path to Finding Forever Families (TM).
|Orange County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals |
The Orange County SPCA was established in 1987 as a non-profit, tax-exempt charity for the following purposes: To prevent cruelty to animals, to aid low-income pet owners, and to promote responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. It is supported entirely by donations from the private sector, and does not receive donations from any government agency or national organization.
You can help the animals by donating your old car, truck, boat or RV to the Orange County SPCA. Your donation is fully tax-deductible and free towing is available.
|Santa Cruz Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals|
The SPCA got its start thanks to Dr. Charles Edward Graves, who graduated from a San Francisco veterinary college in 1901 and was the first veterinarian in Santa Cruz County to treat small animals.
In 1938, he donated his land to the Santa Cruz SPCA. In 1955 the Santa Cruz Animal Welfare Association was incorporated. Alva Enberg, founder, was also its first executive director.
When the Santa Cruz County Animal Services Authority was formed in 2002, they took over the animal control contract with the county of Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz SPCA became a private agency, focused on humane education, animal rescue, and community support. As a result of the SPCA's shift from a public-funded service to private agency, the only funding they receive is in the form of private donations.
|Valley Oak Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals|
Valley Oak SPCA, a non-profit organization, will, through direct action: promote the humane treatment of animals, educate the community on responsible pet care, reduce pet overpopulation through an aggressive spay/neuter program, and provide unique services, programs and shared experiences that strengthen and celebrate the bond between animals and people.
Improving fishing opportunities was and remains important, but it was a secondary goal. CalTrout was the nation's first statewide conservation group supported by trout fishermen with an altruistic goal: to protect and restore trout and the beautiful places where they live. In this way, CalTrout was revolutionary and unique.
Donate your used car, truck, RV or boat to California Trout and we'll arrange to have it picked up free of charge. We accept most vehicles -- running or not. So turn your unused car into a tax donation while helping us help wild trout and steelhead.
We provide affordable (discounted) veterinary care for people who are feeding a colony of feral cats, or for kind souls who would like to take in an abandoned cat they have found, and just need a break with initial vetting. We can also help people who would like to stop the cycle of reproduction among their own (tame) cats. Our appointments and time are limited; therefore we are not here to provide discounted service for people who have deliberately adopted cats and just want to save money.
Donate your car, boat, truck, RV, Jet Ski or snowmobile to CATS Northeast and receive a tax deduction.