Hello Products, a vegan and cruelty-free oral care company, is hosting a photo contest now through Friday, March 13 to support the ASPCA. When you post a selfie with your pet to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #choosefurryfriends, Hello will donate $1 to the ASPCA, with a maximum donation of $10,000. You can track the donations at helloproducts.com.
Each Friday throughout the campaign, Hello will select a winning photo entrant to receive a prize pack.
One grand prize winner will be chosen at the end of the campaign to win a prize pack from Hello, as well as a one-year subscription box filled with items for their pet.
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your fellow pet-lovers than by sharing our dog- and cat-themed printable cards? We’re offering an adorable array of Valentine’s greetings, featuring some of our furry friends at the ASPCA Adoption Center.
Have you ever found spare change in your couch cushions? A dollar in your laundry? Most people have. But if you’ve never held that forgotten money in your hand and thought, “This small amount can change a life,” maybe it’s time you did.
The good news is that it doesn’t take much to make miracles happen. You can be their miracle. You can help find loving homes for dogs and cats, you can provide vaccinations, food, and spay/neuter surgeries, and you can help protect animals from abuse and cruelty. But they can’t wait another minute.
While many—or even most—of us have a bank account, this asset is often overlooked when planning a gift to charity. You may have the option to leave instructions with your bank or investment institution naming a beneficiary to receive your account upon your passing. These are sometimes known as "payable on death" or "transfer on death" accounts.
You retain complete control over the funds or assets in the account while you are living. This allows you to retain full ownership and use of your money during your lifetime; anything left over when you pass away goes to help the animals the ASPCA serves.
You do not have to change your will or work with an attorney or an accountant, and there are no fees to arrange such a gift. This arrangement is also revocable; you could decide later to change your pay on death beneficiary to a family member, friend or other entity.
All you have to do is complete a form provided by your bank or financial institution. This is some information your bank might need:
The ASPCA’s full name: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ouraddress: 424 East 92nd Street, New York, NY 10128 Our Federal Tax ID #: 13-1623829
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