Are you planning to do some shopping this Cyber Monday? Great news: your purchases can also help support animals across the country! Whatever you’re shopping for, a portion of the purchase price of the products below are donated to the ASPCA.
Check out this year’s list of products:
WeCare.com Shoppers can raise money for the ASPCA by shopping online through the WeCare app, and a percentage of your purchase price will be donated to the ASPCA automatically!
Houlton Institute 40% of the sales price from each Fundamentals of Dog Care online course sold goes to the ASPCA!
Belk $5 from each purchase of the Charity Belkie Bear goes to the ASPCA.
Alex & Ani The ASPCA receives 20% of the purchase price of Alex and Ani’s Charity by Design bangle (minimum $20,000 donation).
Walkers Shortbread A minimum of ten cents from each package of Walkers Scottie Dog cookies is donated to the ASPCA.
Happy Thanksgiving from the ASPCA! We hope that you’re somewhere warm and cozy preparing for a big, delicious meal. But while it’s easy to get lost in thoughts of sweet potatoes and gravy, we also hope that you won’t forget hungry animals on this bountiful holiday.
Though it’s the season of giving, the reality is that animal hunger doesn’t stop during the holidays. In fact, winter is one of the most brutal seasons for homeless and neglected animals, and the ASPCA is working around the clock to provide food for those in need. But we can’t do it by ourselves.
Thanks to donations from animal-lovers all around the country, we have started hay initiatives for hungry horses, provided food and housing for dogs rescued from dog fighting, and granted thousands toward feeding animals in the wake of disasters. This month alone, we will provide nearly 30,000 meals for animals in the ASPCA Adoption Center.
It’s a lot of mouths to feed, but it’s not impossible. We know that animals can count on us when they’re hungry and suffering, and now we hope that we can count on you. This holiday season, give homeless, abused and neglected animals something to be thankful for: Make a donation to the ASPCA today.
The holidays are known as “the most wonderful time of the year,” but there’s one day in particular that is extra wonderful for animals in need: Giving Tuesday. On Giving Tuesday, people from all around the world will come together and give back in support of the causes that matter most—like ending animal cruelty.
In preparation for Giving Tuesday, we wanted to share some exciting news: the ASPCA has teamed up with Crowdrise, one of the largest fundraising platforms on the Internet. From now until Giving Tuesday on December 2, you can stand with us in what is sure to be the largest Giving Tuesday celebration of all time.
As an added bonus, all donations made to the ASPCA between now and Tuesday will contribute to Crowdrise’s Giving Tower, a large virtual tower built by donation “bricks” from generous people like you. You’ll be able to see the impact your donation is making in real time!
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this first-of-its-kind holiday event. With your help, we can give abused, neglected and abandoned animals something to be thankful for. Make a donation to the ASPCA today.
The holiday season has officially begun, and there’s nothing more wonderful than getting into the spirit of giving. But while you’re going over your shopping list, why not consider giving your loved ones a gift that can truly change lives?
With ASPCA Holiday Honor Gifts, you’ll be able to help abused, abandoned and neglected animals by making a donation in the name of someone you love. It’s easy, it’s tax-deductible, and it’s a wonderful alternative to standard gift giving. And, as an added bonus, each honor gift comes with a free paper greeting card or e-card for your recipient.
A holiday honor gift is the perfect way to express your love for friends, family and furry companions while making a huge difference for animals in need. Send a holiday gift donation today.
Bruno, pictured right, was rescued by the ASPCA in March 2014
Who could forget the magical movie moment when Little Orphan Annie fell in love with street pooch, Sandy? Many of us fell in love with that scruffy dog, too! We have some good news animal lovers and movie fans: On December 19, Sony's Columbia Pictures will release its contemporary remake of the classic movie-musical “Annie,” in which Sandy is portrayed by a shelter dog! The adorable tan-colored pooch named Marti was actually rescued by an animal welfare organization in Armonk, New York.
To show their continued support for shelter pets, Sony has teamed up with BarkBox, a lifestyle site for dog parents, and the ASPCA to help combat pet homelessness. For every picture posted to Instagram with the hashtag #ImARescueToo and the tag @AnnieMovie, BarkBox, in partnership with Sony, will donate $1 to the ASPCA. You can grab your phone, snap a photo of your favorite rescued pet, post it to Instagram and help raise critical funds for homeless pets! Thanks for supporting animals in need.