TAILS OF HOPE, INC.
SERVING LAWRENCE COUNTY, THE SHENANGO VALLEY, GREENVILLE / NORTHERN MERCER COUNTY, GROVE CITY, WARREN (OH) / SOUTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTY, AND NORTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTY
AMOUNT DONATED: $7,410
Tails of Hope, Inc.’s Mission is to strive to impact pet over-population through spay/neuter programs, and support of rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and education. By doing this we serve our Purpose of existing to eliminate neglect, abuse and suffering of animals resulting in improved overall quality of animal life. And by doing this we intend to achieve our Vision, where the world will be a better place when it values and ensures the well-being of companion animals, treating them with kindness and compassion.
While the match program for Giving Week is over, the need doesn't end! Please feel to make a gift at any time.
Giving Week Progress:
FUNDRAISING GOAL: $5,000
Programs Supported by Your Donations
Through SNAP, or our Spay & Neuter Angel Program, we accomplish our Mission by offering deeply discounted or no cost spay and neuter procedures, plus rabies vaccines, to income eligible pet owners and to others whom otherwise would not be able to afford to care for their animals. The discount is calculated based on household income for individual cat/dog guardians and individuals who care for our community or homeless cats. In addition, this program provides increased discounts to community rescues and shelters which offsets their already low cost of adoption. A Military discount is also available through this program.
Needs that Cannot beMet without Your Help
Our vital community service for people and animals is in peril. Our doors are currently closed. The nation is experiencing a shortage of veterinarians. As a nonprofit relying solely on donations, we cannot compete with full-service, for-profit veterinary clinics in wages and benefits, nor could we afford Relief Veterinary services (which are not available at this time due to nationwide the shortage). Subsidy funding to allow us to provide competitive compensation for a veterinarian is needed so we can re-open the doors and continue to serve the people, organizations and animals of our community who so desperately need our help.