The Save 757 Society …
…is a distinguished group of community members who understand the value of the animal/human bond in improving the quality of life for our citizens.
The Save 757 Society wants to ensure that all of the Peninsula’s companion animals can be vaccinated against deadly but preventable diseases such as rabies, distemper and parvo.
The Save 757 Society can help stop the cycle of pet overpopulation, abandonment and overcrowded animal shelters by providing accessible, low-cost spay and neuter programs.
Make a Difference…
Your annual donation or pledge of $757, or just $63 per month, will allow us to provide safe and loving shelter to the animals that will come to us in need in the year ahead.
It will help purchase the medications many of them will need to survive. It will make it possible for us to keep our vaccination and spay/neuter rates low so that all pet owners in our community can afford the basic care that keeps their pets healthy and at home. And it will help sustain our Humane
Education program and our “classroom without walls,” the PSPCA Petting Zoo, so future generations of pet owners can learn how animals and people help each other live happier, healthier lives.
A gift of $757 provides shelter, loving care and medical attention for one homeless animal at the PSPCA while they wait for their forever home.
The First 757 Charter Donors to the “Save 757 Society” receive:
- Recognition as a “Save 757 Society” charter donor on a permanent display at the shelter
- A “Save 757 Society” lapel pin, exclusive to society charter donors
- A “Save 757 Society” car magnet
- Subscription to our bi-annual printed newsletter
- Subscription to our monthly e-newsletter
- Admission to exclusive “Save 757 Society” events
- Discounts on birthday parties, camps, and Petting Zoo admission
- Preferred pet notifications – be the first to hear about new arrivals of adoptable pets
About PSPCA …
The PSPCA Adoption-Guarantee Shelter and Humane Education Center is the Virginia Peninsula’s only no-kill shelter that takes in dogs, cats and other small animals in need and provides them with nurturing, medical care and adoption placement services.
In the PSPCA’s first year of operation as an Adoption Guarantee shelter, we took in 1300 homeless pets, some of these from overcrowded facilities where they faced imminent euthanasia.
The animals we shelter often come to us in need of vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and with other medical problems that must be treated.
We are committed to providing our shelter pets with all of the medical care they need
to make them healthy and ready for their new homes and families.