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Unleash Generosity this Giving Tuesday!

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This Giving Tuesday, Sutterfield Financial Group is matching all gifts up to $2000.

What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season and hopes to shift the focus to giving as opposed to just buying or receiving.

Why should I give to the Washington County SPCA?

Washington County SPCA has been a long-standing part of this community for over 55 years. We continue to work hard to build a better future for local animals. Did you know that sheltering and adopting animals are only a small part of what we do?

  • We partner with local vets and other animal rescue groups to offer low-cost spay/neuter vouchers and clinics to limited-income individuals.
  • We are constantly applying for grants to create more opportunities to help the local community. We recently received grants from Petco Love to offer a free vaccine clinic on the west side of town this upcoming spring 2023.
  • Thanks to funders like the Arvest Foundation, we are able to run our “Project Reunite” program for another year. This program helps limited income individuals reclaim their pets for only $25, provided that they allow WCSPCA to vaccinate, spay/neuter and microchip their pet before returning home.
  • Our partnership with the Delaware Tribe Family & Children Services provides resources to domestic violence victims so that they have a safe place to go with their pets. (48% of domestic abuse victims delay leaving because they cannot take their pet with them.)
  • The shelter’s “Bite Prevention” program provides books, supplies, and other resources to local elementary school teachers and librarians that teach pet safety and responsible pet ownership.

Washington County SPCA intakes an average of 208 animals every month. That is over 2,500 animals a year. Every animal is vaccinated upon intake and every animal that is adopted, leaves the shelter spayed or neutered, making WCSPCA one of largest sources of disease and pet population control in the county.