Ways To Give
Help Comfort Through The Crisis
Dear Friend of Animals,
Thank you for your support during this uncertain time. Due to the critical state of the public health crisis posed by COVID-19, the SPCA Cincinnati will remain closed to the public until further notice. But we need your help!
Even though we are closed to the public, we still have staff on-site, working to ensure the health, mental enrichment, and overall sanitation of hundreds of shelter animals that we care for like our own. They depend on us and it is our priority to protect and care for them. We are eternally grateful for our tireless volunteers and staff who are working to make sure all of our pets are receiving the same quality care. And we are SO thankful for generous supporters like you who make all of this possible!
Like everyone else right now, we don't know what the future looks like. So, I am asking you for a donation today to help keep our operations running at the same quality level as it always has.
There are several ways that you can help the SPCA Cincinnati during this time:
• Donate online here or by clicking the link above. We are still accepting donations through the mail but donating online will ensure that the funds get to us faster and also means less time our staff will need to be in the office during this cautious time. You can also drop off in-kind material items along with this form, which can be printed from home.
• Purchase something from our Amazon Wish List, which will ship directly to us.
• We would also love donations to our "Baby Registry"!
• Information about fostering a shelter animal can be found here.
Don’t forget, when shopping at Amazon, go to Amazon Smile. Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the SPCA Cincinnati. Once signed into AmazonSmile, you simply choose “SPCA Cincinnati" as your supporting charity.
Once again, thank you for speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves. Please take care of yourself and your family - furry and otherwise!
President & CEO
P.S. For more information about our temporary shelter closure, you can view our press release here.