Since 2002, over twenty-five thousand pets have been saved. That’s what we’re all about.The SPCA of Southwest Michigan is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit animal welfare organization and does not receive funding from any government agency or national organization. We rely solely on individual contributions.
The SPCA of Southwest Michigan is a nonprofit animal welfare organization — a no kill shelter — that has been rescuing homeless cats and dogs since 2002.
The SPCA Southwest Michigan is not a county pound facility, but has a cooperative relationship with many of these agencies throughout the region to help save lives.
Every animal’s well-being is our main goal and each animal is provided with medical care, and daily environment enrichment and socialization.
Adoption fees help cover the cost of medical services, ranging from basic vaccinations to serious, life-saving surgeries. However, fees only cover a portion of our expenses — which is why we depend on private donations.
Animal welfare is more than just saving those that need help now, it’s preventing animals from ending up in desperate situations.
Educational programs, spay and neuter to prevent pet overpopulation, providing pet food to local food banks to reduce pet relinquishment, and offering temporary housing resources for the elderly — are some of the things that set SPCA Southwest Michigan apart from other area organizations.
Euthanizations have dropped 60% at Michigan animal shelters since 2012, as a higher proportion of cats and dogs are being adopted, according to numbers collected by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Read more here.
The SPCA of Southwest Michigan is dedicated to working for the well-being of animals and creating an adoption-focused community in Southwest Michigan. Our goal is to end senseless animal euthanasia in SW Michigan, and provide all animals with a loving, caring home.
We are a transparent shelter. You can trust us.We are a transparent shelter, meaning we share what we do with our community. Please review our nonprofit awards, Michigan Department of Agriculture reports and financial information below... and if you have any questions, please ask!
GOLD AWARD FROM GUIDESTAR
SPCA of Southwest Michigan is a proud recipient of a Guidestar Gold award. GuideStar is the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. When you’re researching nonprofits to donate to—GuideStar will help you compare nonprofits in an easy, transparent way.
MI PET FUND ALLIANCE AWARD
The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance recognizes organizations for their exceptional work to save animal lives. SPCA of Southwest Michigan received a 2016 & 2017 Michigan Pet Fund Alliance Award. Awards are based on annual shelter reports that each licensed shelter is required to submit to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
MICHIGAN ANIMAL SHELTERS
Registered shelters are required to annually report their animal statistics for the prior year by March 31 of the subsequent year. Other information includes total number of animals adopted, transferred to other registered shelters, reunited with their owners, and euthanized.
To support our organizational goal of transparency, we will always share our financial information with you. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
ANY amount you are able to donate, either as a one time, recurring, or endowment gift will benefit homeless animals in our community.
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$10 PAYS FOR A 10 DAY RESCUE QUARANTINE
$50 PAYS FOR ALL SHOTS AND PARASITE TREATMENT
$100 PAYS FOR SPAY/NEUTER, ALL SHOTS, AND MICRO-CHIPPING
QUESTIONS? Email INFO@spcaswmich.org
Animals Euthanized in Michigan in '06
SPCA Rescued and Rehomed Pets
Counties Served in Southwest Michigan
2019 INCOME SOURCES FOR OUR ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET OF JUST UNDER $600,000 PER YEAR
- DONATIONS 52.5% 52.5%
- ADOPTIONS 34% 34%
- EVENTS 11.6% 11.6%
- OTHER 1.9% 1.9%
The SPCA of Southwest Michigan is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit animal welfare organization and does not receive funding from any government agency or national organization. We rely solely on individual contributions.
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