Assistance When You Need it Most

The ASPCA provides emergency funding to qualified animal welfare organizations and government agencies whose communities suffer the impact of natural and other disasters. Click here to read through our guidelines and to submit a simple application.

Statistics Snapshot

  • Since 2008, over $81 million has been granted
  • This is nearly 7,600 grants to date (as of January 1, 2015)
  • In 2014 alone, the ASPCA awarded nearly 1,300 grants totaling $14.4 million to 850 organizations
  • Learn how you can apply for a grant!


Tip of the Week: Give Kitteh The Brush

Monday, May 25 2015

Bottle feeding itty bitty kitties? Take a tip from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery and give them the brush—a toothbrush, that is.

The brush acts as a mother cat’s tongue—and since mamas typically groom their kittens while they’re nursing, the brushing...

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Go Ahead, Waive Feline Adoption Fees

Friday, May 22 2015

Gearing up for Adopt A Shelter Cat Month in June? What about trying a free or reduced-fee cat promotion? We’ve got some helpful resources to get you started, and some creative inspiration from your colleagues in the field.

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Webinar Online Course Series: Field Investigations and Response

Watch ten online, self-paced courses presented by the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response (FIR) Department. The courses explore issues critical to successful investigations and response for animals in crisis, including animals in natural or man-made disaster situations.

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