Despite the best efforts of Gwinnett County Animal Care and Control staff and local rescues, the number of companion animals entering Gwinnett's shelter far exceeds the number of available homes. Adoption alone cannot solve this problem. We must increase the number of animals spayed and neutered to reduce unwanted litters.
In response to this problem, in 2013 Society of Humane Friends of GA launched Gwinnett Community Pet Project. GCPP is an outreach project to reach communities that may have limited access to veterinary care or knowledge of responsible ownership practices. Through GCPP, we partner with these communities to offer free vaccinations, supplies, and subsidized or free spaying and neutering services. We will also work to educate the residents about the importance of responsible ownership and the pet overpopulation problem. We know that people of all income levels and backgrounds love their pets, and we want to help give them the knowledge and tools to keep them healthy and safe. Since our inception, we have held four outreach events and served hundreds of clients and their pets.
Donations of dog and cat supplies and money are needed to continue reach out to the Gwinnett communities that need it the most. Volunteers, especially veterinarians and vet technicians, are needed on-site during the outreaches to provide vaccinations and provide information.
We are also seeking individual and corporate sponsors for the program to provide ongoing support. You can contact us at email@example.com.
We never want to turn an animal away, but to help them all, we need your help! Society of Humane Friends is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and all donations are tax deductible.
$10 vaccinates one dog or cat $25 buys supplies for one spay or neuter $70 fully funds one spay or neuter $100 buys leashes and collars for an event $250 provides pet food for an event $500 funds the clinic for one whole day
Please help us help the animals and the people who love them – we can't do it without you!
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