ASPCA National Programs

ASPCA National Programs

ASPCA programs help animal welfare professionals save more lives through online resources, training and grants.

Adoption Ambassadors

This national campaign by the ASPCA is designed to save lives by engaging shelters and rescues in a new model of finding homes for pets.

Field Investigations and Response

The FIR team travels the country to rescue animals in crisis, provide the care they need and assist with investigation and prosecution. Find out how agencies and individuals can also be part of FIR's work.

Humane Alliance: A Program of the ASPCA

Humane Alliance operates two training facilities on its Asheville, NC campus, and trains approximately 1,000 spay/neuter professionals every year.

Animal Poison Control Center

In addition to a 24-hour diagnostic and treatment hotline, APCC offers extensive toxicology resources, educational programs and consulting services.

Research & DevelopmentResearch & Development

The ASPCA works with other agencies to research and implement lifesaving models, sharing successful programs with the field.


ASPCA Equine FundASPCA Equine Fund

Grants and online resources are available for equine rescues and sanctuaries seeking to improve the health and welfare of horses in their care.

Animal Relocation and Transport

Through direct assistance, online tools and funding, the ASPCA helps relocate animals from areas of oversupply to places where there are few, if any, similar animals in shelters for adoption.

ASPCA Partnerships

The ASPCA collaborates with animal welfare organizations across the United States to provide immediate, measurable and sustainable change for at-risk animals in targeted communities.

ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge

Shelters across the country competed in three-month contests over a five-year period to break their own records – pulling out all the stops to save more animals' lives than the previous year.