Our mission is: To end homelessness, suffering and killing of dogs and cats by providing high quality, accessible and affordable, spay and neuter resources to the Olympic Peninsula.
A group of animal welfare advocates in Clallam County has formed a nonprofit, 501( c)(3) organization, whose sole mission is to save animals lives through spay/neuter.
Update Information below: 4/25/2010
OUR PROGRESS SO FAR: We have been extremely pleased and grateful for the wonderful response to our project from our community!
In a few short months we have raised $44,000!!
In addition, we have had a Ford Van donated for animal transport and have acquired a surgical table and an autoclave for sterilizing surgical instruments!
SPAY TO SAVE is very excited and feel we are well on our way to accomplishing our goal!
Wont you please help us save lives by making a tax deductible contribution to SPAY TO SAVE
by credit card on-line, or mail your contribution to: Spay To Save, P.O. Box 2453, Port Angeles,WA 98362.
THE ANIMALS ARE COUNTING ON YOUR HELP!
Thank you so much for caring about the animals.
Sue Miles, President
SPAY TO SAVE goal is to open a low cost, Spay Neuter Clinic in the Port Angeles area for low income residents of Clallam County, by November 1,2010.
SPAY TO SAVE will employ a highly skilled veterinarian and staff, and, will include a free transport system to deliver animals to and from the clinic
SPAY TO SAVEis launching a campaign to raise$100,000to open its Spay Neuter Clinic.Funds will be used for the purchase of veterinary equipment, surgical instruments, holding cages, medicines, supplies, and for the cost of operating the clinic.
FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN--MATCHING FUNDS
A generous donor has offered to match funds,dollar for dollar, up to $25,000That will give us a total of $50,000--half of our final goal of $100,000
Please help us get off to this great start!
Please help save our animals by making a tax deductible donation to Spay To Save today.No gift is too small.Partnering together as a community, we can save our animals from homelessness, suffering and death as a result of pet overpopulation.
Thank you for your heartfelt support. It means a lot to the animals and to Spay To Save.
Clallam County Loves Its Animals!
Sue Miles, president of the Spay to Save origanization to provide low-cost spay and neuter services to pets, left, speaks with Port Angeles police Chief Terry Gallagher, center, and Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict during a community get- at the Port Angeles Public Library. -- Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
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