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Dollars for Dogs, Coins for Cats “Banks Program”

Business owners can provide an opportunity for people to donate spare change to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County. Just one dollar feeds one dog or five cats per day. Spare change- quarters, dimes, and nickels- tossed in our coin banks helps keep our lights on, our animals cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and help food in every bowl.  Additionally, your support will allow the SPCA to continue their efforts in providing shelter, rehabilitative, and medical care for homeless animals in need.

Strategically placed coin banks in business can help raise money for homeless animals at the SPCA of Anne Arundel County.  A little change can make a big difference! You can get involved with this movement in one of two ways:

 

As a Business Owner

Provide counter space for a SPCA coin bank, and create opportunities to donate to help the animals at our shelter. The small change makes a significant difference, saving lives every day. For more information or to request a coin bank, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Become a Trailblazer

There are many ways you can get involved with our Dollars for Dogs, Coins for Cats banks program and help animals in need:

  • Connect with local business and ask them to display a SPCA coin bank
  • Hold a “Dollars for Dogs, Coins for Cats” coin drive at your school, church, office, or organization. 
  • Start your very own virtual collection can. By starting an online fundraiser and inviting your family and friends to donate, you are helping the 2,500 animals that enter our shelter each year.  You can:

o   Design your page and your message

o   Connect with social media to spread the word

o   Tell everyone you know to donate online.

VISIT: http://spca.kintera.org/banks  to create your own page today!

Download our Dollar for Dogs, Coins for Cats Banks Program Brochure by clicking here