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!


That Magic Number?

Thursday, July 31 2014

How much spay/neuter would it take to drive intake down? Dr. Emily Weiss shares the ASPCA's latest findings—and offers tips on how to assess your agency's goals.

You may have heard about a program here at the ASPCA called X Maps Spot (partially funded through a grant from PetSmart Charities), in which we use GIS technology to help us both identify risk and mea...

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Plan Ahead: Prepping Animals for Mega Adoptions

Wednesday, July 30 2014

Is a big adoptions event, be it multi-day or multi-group (or both!), in your agency's future? One of the most important aspects of planning ahead is making sure your available dogs and cats are prepped and vetted. All animals should be "showroom-ready and prepared to leave the event as soon as they are adopted," says Donna Kincer, development director for Lewiston, ME's...

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Recent Comments

I've been involved in rescue since 1989.  We started C.A.R.E. in 1992, our no-kill Sanctuary in 1998 and...

These are great tips.  Don't forget to bring lots of colorful bandanas, cute little shirts, collars to...

By Cathy Armato on Plan Ahead: Prepping Animals for Mega Adoptions - 7/31/2014 at 10:27am

I rescued my boy from AWL(in Australia) I'm a dog trainer. Each year, I like to send them a letter &...

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