ASPCA Partnership Grants
Success through collaboration. That's the principle of collective impact, a unified approach used by organizations to enact positive change and achieve a common goal. The ASPCA Partnership embraces this mentality, challenging communities across the nation to work together to improve the well-being of the animal population.
United by a common purpose, we've succeeded in reducing intake and increasing live outcomes while providing valuable benefits to the shelters involved. These results are proof that together, we can shape the future of animal care, touching the lives of all those involved, animals and humans alike.
The following organizations are eligible to use the Partnership applications:
Alley Cat Advocates (Louisville, KY)
Kentucky Humane Society (Louisville, KY)
Louisville Metro Animal Services (Louisville, KY)
Humane Society of Greater Miami (Miami-Dade County, FL)
Miami-Dade Animal Services (Miami-Dade County, FL)
The Cat Network (Miami-Dade County, FL)
Animal Care & Control of NYC (New York, NY)
Mayors Alliance for NYC's Animals (New York, NY)
City of Sacramento Animal Care Services (Sacramento, CA)
Happy Tails Sanctuary (Sacramento, CA)
Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation (Sacramento, CA)
Sacramento SPCA (Sacramento, CA)
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Animal Care & Control (Charlotte, NC)
Humane Society of Charlotte (Charlotte, NC)
Animal Humane New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM)
City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department (Albuquerque, NM)
How to Apply
Partnership grants are typically solicited by an ASPCA Partner liaison. If a proposal is solicited by the ASPCA, current Partner organizations should only use the following password-protected links to apply:
- Spay/Neuter Projects and Projects to Reduce Shelter Intake or Increase Live-Release Rate
- Scholarships and Stipends to Support Travel to Conferences, Training Events, etc.
- Conference Sponsorships
- Development Grants (By Solicitation ONLY**)
- Cruelty Response Grants, please click here.
- For Disaster/Emergency Grants, please click here.
** Other organizations than the ones listed above are eligible to apply for Development Grants, but only at the ASPCA’s discretion and formal invitation.