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Donations
The Summit County Animal Shelter accepts monetary donations toward its special projects in a few different areas. Should you desire to give a tax deductible contribution, you may send a check to us at:
Summit County Animal Shelter, PO Box 5225, Frisco, CO 80443

Cash donations are always welcomed at the shelter facility during business hours - Monday through Saturday 9:00 - 5:30.

Monetary donations are applied to one of the following areas:

General Donation Fund- This helps us to fund emergency medical treatments, emergency preparedness, or any other things that support our mission of providing the animals in our care with a secure, shelter environment and offering them the opportunity to be adopted.

Spay/Neuter Fund – This supplements our budget so that all animals that are adopted from the Shelter can be spayed or neutered.

Humane Education- Our staff and volunteers who run this program are very committed to offering the best presentations to K-12 kids in areas of pet responsibility.

Also an option is the donate-a-bed program where you may purchase a dog bed for shelter dogs on line through the Kuranda Dog Beds program.

Our organization is set up to benefit from the Hale Pet Door program.  Hale Pet Door manufactures high-end pet doors in the U.S.A. and supports rescues too.  If you are considering installing a pet door in your home, check them out at www.halepetdoor.com.  Hale Pet Doors can go through walls, doors, screens, French doors, windows units and sliding glass doors.

 

Customers who have adopted a pet from a legitimate rescue organization or shelter and who purchase one of their pet doors will receive 10 percent off the cost of the door.  Hale will also send a check for that same amount to the rescue organization as a gift to them.  It is their way of saying “thank you for opting to adopt and thereby save a life.”

 

Thank you for supporting our animal shelter operation. We appreciate any contribution, either financial or in-kind, so we may continue to help with the animals, homeless or in need, in and around our community.