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Have you ever wondered what it costs to run our shelter?
The prices below are what it takes to run our kennels! Keep in mind we have around 45 Kennels (both cat and dog) that we maintain.
Full kennel for a year: $12,000 per year or $1,000 per month
Half kennel for a year: $6,000 per year or $500 per month
Quarter kennel for a year: $3,000 per year or $250 per month
Tenth of a kennelfor a year: $1,200 per year or $100 per month
You're always welcome to leave donations by our main office door; during or outside of business hours. HOWEVER, please keep in mind, our local wildlife could beat us to bags of food if they're left by the door outside of regular business hours. All donations are welcome donations! We do NOT have access to a commercial washer and dryer, so larger comforters and bedding cannot be accepted.
Capital One Shopping is also a useful tool to help compare prices on certain items so you can save money! Shop at your favorite stores (including animal related shops...hint, hint, hint 😉) and see how much money you can save with coupon codes or track prices on items with a watchlist.
We need safe and sanitary methods of storing our supplies. Please consider donating a small cabinet.
We OFTEN use carriers to transport cats and kittens throughout the shelter, to and from the veterinarian, to remove from their enclosures while we clean, or for surigical days. We have VERY FEW carriers in good, safe shape. Please consider donating to help us meet his need.
These shelving units will be used to replace our bent/warped plastic shelving. We hope to purchase better quality items going forward to reduce the frequency of replacements/upgrades.
Help us find a sanitary way to store all the amazing donations we receive!!
Help our pets pop on our posts!
Donate new or gently used costumes, accessories, bandanas, and pet clothes. When the public likes, shares, and follows a post our online audience expands.
The more people who see our pets, the more likely they are to find their furever family!
Honor a loved one or cherished pet by supporting homeless pets through a financial contribution. *
* iF YOU WOULD LIKE THE FAMILY NOTIFIED PLEASE ENSURE YOU LEAVE A NOTE, OR CALL US AT 607-565-2859 SO WE CAN LET THEM KNOW.
Ensure the future of all homeless animals in our community by naming Stray Haven Humane Society and SPCA in your will, trust, or estate plan.
Many of our animals require significant expenses prior to adoption; sponsor the cost of their wellness checks and upkeep.
Join our beloved frequent donators by contributing regularly to the care of our animals.
Contribute to our mission of saving lives and educating fellow community members!
Corporations and foundations support the well-being of our animals and our programs. Find out how yours can help.
Make the Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA part of your family by leaving a gift through your will or estate. Wills, trusts, and estate plans are all excellent ways to leave a planned gift and help the future of the county's ONLY animal shelter. A planned gift demonstrates your support for our institution and helps provide stability and security as we move toward a brighter future.
Start Planning Today
• Set up a bequest, conveyed through your will
• Set up a trust that benefits the Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA
• Provide gifts of real estate or other assets
• Name the Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA in a new or existing life insurance policy
• Transfer retirement accounts, IRAs, and 401(k) plans
We strongly advise anyone considering a gift to the Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA to consult their own legal or financial advisor’s when selecting the giving opportunity that best expresses their generosity.
As a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Stray Haven Humane Society
receives no government funding and relies solely on community support from people
like you. Your donation of funds and supplies makes a real difference in the lives
of pets in need in our community—your support feeds and cares for the animals,
provides medical care and spay/neuter surgeries, and provides education to our local
youth and pet owners.