The San Francisco SPCA is honored to have the support of our community and numerous businesses committed to supporting our mission. Visit this page often to learn about the fundraising initiatives and programs that dedicated members of our community host to benefit the mission of the SF SPCA.
If you are interested in partnering with the SF SPCA please contact Jen Lu Wilson at email@example.com or (415) 522-3505.
Check out some of our ongoing programs:
- Wildebeest and Up Country
- Frenchie Winery
- Herth Real Estate
- Therapy Collars
- Amy Kuschel & Co.
- Bart Tiny Tickets Program
- Pet Food Express My Mutt Program
- Nuena Photography, Downtown Cat
- Community Thrift Store
- A feral for a feral. Support CCP when you purchase a Hilary Lorenz feral kitty print
Thank you to Wildebeest and Up Country for donating beautiful flat collars to be offered as swaps for prong collars when the SF SPCA campuses become Prong-Free Environments on July 1, 2016. Learn more about our Prong Collar Campaign here.
We have teamed up with local clothing company Adapt (best known for their SF State of Mind, Gold Blooded, and other sports-related products) for a charitable tee, ‘Adopt’ through their Adap+ (Adapt Plus) program. For each tee sold, Adapt will donate 100% of the net proceeds from sale directly to the San Francisco SPCA to further our efforts in improving the lives of animals and their owners throughout San Francisco.
The tees are available now for Men and Women in black or white, get them online here or at the Adapt flagship store in the outer sunset district (2801 Judah Street, San Francisco).
Frenchie is the stout and ever so adorable sidekick of Frenchie Winery proprietor, Jean-Charles Boisset. For each bottle of Frenchie wine sold, Boisset Collection Independent Wine Ambassador Anne Minkin will donate $1 from her proceeds to CLAW for the Cinderella Fund of the San Francisco SPCA.
When you buy or sell a home using Mary Minor Huck of Herth Real Estate, as a token of her appreciation of your business, and to support the rescue of other dogs like Mazie, she will donate 15% of her commission to the San Francisco SPCA. Email Mary at Huckrealty@gmail.com.
Therapy Collars have programmed energy that works with the animal’s body, which potentially improves the animal’s ability to help heal itself, sometimes starting within a few hours. There are specific collars available that are designed to address fleas and ticks, allergies, old age symptoms, physical trauma, pain and discomfort, temporary nerve damage, hyperactivity/stress/anxiety, excessive licking and scratching.
Therapy Collars are available for only $19 for a two month’s supply. They will donate 10% of their proceeds to the San Francisco SPCA.
SnugglePuppies are designed to help young animals adjust to their new homes, but can provide comfort to animals of all ages and breeds. They include renewable and disposable heat (all natural and safe), as well as a "real feel" heartbeat to calm and soothe. These animals are washable and do not contain any small parts that can be chewed off. Great for traveling, crate training, trips to the vet, and orphaned animals. Use code "SFSPCA5" at checkout to receive a $5 discount. $10 will be donated to the SF SPCA with each purchase.
Handmade in San Francisco, Amy Kuschel & Co. designs her collection for the discriminating bride ... she's hip, clever, and charming. She approaches life with confidence and is looking for a gown that is sophisticated and elegant, reflective of her own personality.
Visit her store near Union Square and if you purchase the Lucky Gown for your big day, a percentage of the sale will be donated to the SF SPCA!
Novodeco creates impertinent artisanal cat, dog and gemstone acrylic jewelry "at the corner of retro and modern, half a block from serious". Each piece is entirely unique; from the vivid patterning within the acrylic right down to the sterling silver backing. They proudly support the pet community with alternate $5 donations to SF SPCA from each piece of jewelry sold. Novodeco is also a proud member of SF-based entrepeneurs through its affiliation with SFMade and TechShop.
Have money leftover on your BART ticket and don't want to waste it? Donate it to the San Francisco SPCA and help a homeless cat or dog! You may either mail it in to our offices or bring it by our shelter or hospital.
To find out more visit www.eastbaycf.org/tiny-tickets
When you donate at least $250, in addition to an adoption fee to the SF SPCA, your pet's photo will be produced & mounted on a wall of a Pet Food Express store. For a donation of $500 or more, you can keep the poster after it has been displayed for about 10 - 12 months. Pet Food Express pays all associated costs of producing the photographs and mounting them in our stores.
For more information please visit My Mutt Program.
A new book from photographer Kira Stackhouse (Nuena Photography), Downtown Cat features more than 100 full color shots of adoptable cats shot over a 4 month period at the San Francisco SPCA’s Adoption Center.
All proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the San Francisco SPCA. Click here to preview and purchase Downtown Cats.
Donate your clothing, appliances, furniture, electronics, etc. to Community Thrift and request the proceeds to the SF SPCA! See our Gifts-In-Kind page for more details.
Donate: Everyday from 10:00am – 5:00pm
Visit www.communitythriftsf.org for more information.