Grants

Assistance When You Need it Most

The ASPCA provides emergency funding to qualified animal welfare organizations and government agencies whose communities suffer the impact of natural and other disasters. Click here to read through our guidelines and to submit a simple application.

Statistics Snapshot

  • Since 2008, over $72 million has been granted
  • This is over 6,700 grants to date (as of April 10, 2014)
  • In 2013 alone, the ASPCA awarded 1,900 grants totaling $17.4 million to 1,150 organizations
  • Learn how you can apply for a grant!

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Spread the Word: July 21 Is No Pet Store Puppies Day

Saturday, July 19 2014

This coming Monday, the ASPCA will be celebrating national No Pet Store Puppies Day, and we're asking for your help in raising awareness. Here's a great chance to educate your community about what happens in puppy mills and remind them not to buy puppies from pet stores—and instead adopt from a shelter or rescue group (like yours!).

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Keeping Up with the Contestants, Part 2: Piquing Their Pinterest

Wednesday, July 23 2014

Congrats to Humane Society of Greater Dayton in Ohio—when Pinterest chose their Adoptable Pets Board as a recommended board for new users recently, the $100...

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I have found that it helps to celebrate the success stories we have. Take the time to enjoy the feeling...

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Bad Rap has been around for 15 years and there is a long list of pit bull advocacy groups and a few...

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I am fortunate enough to be able to ride some of the horses we save...horse therapy helps me cope with...

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