SNAP is the first in San Diego County that provides comprehensive programs to solve the core causes of pet overpopulation and its tragic consequences.
The Neuter Scooter clinics are donor underwritten and are dedicated to assisting underprivileged pet guardians.
How to Make and Reservation: See our schedule HERE and then call (866) SPAY BUS or (619) 525-3047.
NEUTER SCOOTER spay & neuter CLINIC SCHEDULE: Click HERE
"We can't adopt our way out of pet overpopulation. Please spay and neuter your pets! "
JULY 5th- AUG 4th
We Need Your Support during the
As of today, in over two decades, SNAP has spayed and neutered over 55,000 animals in clinics all over the counties of San Diego on our Neuter Scooters.
This month, we are looking for our supporters to give as much as they can so we can win the grand prize during the Michelson Found Animals Saving Pets Challenge. Each week, there are Bonus Challenges with opportunities to raise more and win extra cash for our cause. The first one starts right now and if we raise the most between July 5th at 12pm ET and July 12th at 1:59:59pm ET, we'll receive a $10,000 donation. That extra $10,000 would be so huge for us.
We could really use your help to raise the most money and win this Bonus Challenge. Every donation makes all the difference so please visit our page HERE and give what you can: https://www.crowdrise.com/spay-neuter-action-project-sp2016.
If you want to go a step further and join our fundraising team, that would be even more amazing. Just visit our page and click the"Fundraise for this Campaign" button to become a part of our team. Imagine the money we could raise together if you reached out to your network.
SNAP is a non-profit, 501(c)3, charitable organization. Our EIN (Federal Tax Identification Number) is 33-0517862.
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THANK YOU SNAP supporters:
Animal Trust Foundation, Ark Antiques, Copley Foundation, Engman Family Foundation, La Jolla Kiwanis Club, Las Patronas, Morgan Family Foundation, Petco Foundation, County Board of Supervisors, SD County of Animal Services Withington Foundation, and many. many, many individuals!
Thank you future supporters:
"SNAP is saving lives by reducing pet overpopulation"