How You Can Contribute Page To help San Antonio reach No Kill, partners, leaders and sponsors are needed now more than ever. Supporters become part of a network of thousands who donate their time, money and resources towards the humane treatment of companion animals. We thank you for your gifts and we are privileged to put your compassion into action. All financial proceeds of the Talk About It! campaign will go directly to the Animal No Kill Fund at the San Antonio Area Foundation, which is a fully tax exempt public charity. Every dollar will be distributed through a competitive grant application process to local animal welfare agencies who are working diligently to make San Antonio a No Kill community. For any information regarding donations to the Fund contact Gavin Nichols, Community Initiatives Program Officer at the San Antonio Area Foundation, (210) 242-4720, firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember Talk About It! SA Wills and Bequests Make a gift without writing a check. Remember the Animal No Kill Fund in your will. Contact Kathleen Finck, Director of Planned Giving at the San Antonio Area Foundation, (210) 242-4744, email@example.com for more information on how you can continue your legacy of giving all the helpless dogs and cats of San Antonio a healthy and humane future. Monthly Donation The Talk About It! Care. Adopt. Neuter. Campaign can mail you 12 envelopes to use throughout the year. Please email the Talk About It! SA Team at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your envelopes today. Donate Items In-Kind Local animal shelters, rescue groups, and spay/neuter clinics are always in need of donations to help keep their organizations operating. Call these groups directly to see which household items they need.
Here’s a list of the most commonly requested items:
Also, Please Donate your time and volunteer. Shelter staff and volunteers need you to help them save every helpless dog and cat they can. Get your friends and family involved and volunteer today.
Here are a few links to organizations that you might be interested in joining to help out the animals in San Antonio: