Support SNIPSA

DONATIONS REALLY DO MATTER!

Okay okay…Money may not buy happiness, but it does buy dog food. And medicine. And spay/neuter surgeries. And well…you know the rest.

Being a non-profit organization, SNIPSA is always in need of donations from special people and businesses. Some choices for gifting money include a one-time donation, monthly donations, memorial donations, donations in honor of birthdays or special occasions, the list is endless.

When you donate to SNIPSA, you are saving the lives of homeless dogs and cats in San Antonio. Your gift goes directly toward giving them the best care possible before finding their permanent homes. It also serves the Alamo community through our free spay/neuter outreach. Talk about a win-win!

SNIPSA also welcomes Non-Monetary Donations. To view our wish list, click here.

Did You Know?

$25

Provides vaccinations for a dog or cat

$50

Provides vaccinations and a microchip for a dog or cat

$100

Provides vaccinations and spay/neuter for a dog or cat

$250

Provides heartworm treatment for one dog

$500

Sponsors vaccinations, microchip and spay/neuter for 4 pets at our Big Fix

$1000

Provides orthopedic surgery for an injured dog or cat in our adoption program

DONATION OPTIONS

Your donation to SNIPSA goes straight to work helping tens of thousands of animals right here in our community. Check out the options on how you can donate and make a difference!

If you wish to donate by mail, please send your donation to:

SNIPSA INC
PO BOX 90325
SAN ANTONIO, TX 78209

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