Pawmetto Lifeline is a 501©3 not-for-profit with a mission to end pet overpopulation and create a no-kill community in the Midlands. As a nonprofit organization, Pawmetto Lifeline relies on its generous donors to allow them to rescue thousands of homeless pets each year.
When you donate to Pawmetto Lifeline at an event like Bark to the Park or Fur Ball or even via the donate button on our website, you are allowing Pawmetto Lifeline to save the lives of homeless pets and help them find their forever homes. Every donation goes back to reducing euthanasia rates at local municipal shelters, promoting sustainable solutions in the community, like spay/neuter, mobile vaccine services, and adoptions, and educating the community on the issue of pet overpopulation.
It is because of this dedication to seeing that 100% of the proceeds from every donation go to solving the homeless pet crisis in the Midlands that Pawmetto Lifeline was honored for its commitment by the Secretary of State, Mark Hammond, identifying the organization as an Angel on the 2014 Angel’s List.
All of this information may be helpful to hear, but do you ever wonder what exactly your donations provide for the animals that enter the Pawmetto Lifeline facility?
When you donate to Pawmetto Lifeline or choose to become a Lifeline member, your contributions help pay for the day to day costs of housing, feeding, and caring for the pets, providing low cost vaccines and spay/neuter surgeries to the community, and funding transports that allow more homeless animals to be saved and sent to other no-kill shelters around the Southeast.
The cost of living for pets at Pawmetto Lifeline is approximately $15 per day and on average, pets in care stay with Pawmetto Lifeline two to three weeks. When you rescue over 4,000 pets a year, numbers really begin to add up. And that doesn’t include medical services for each healthy pet, or critical medical care for the severely neglected or abused pets saved by Pawmetto Lifeline. Every donation to Pawmetto Lifeline, no matter how large or small, has a huge impact on the organization and helps our pets live long and happy lives.
Being a donor to Pawmetto Lifeline, no matter the amount, has impact.
$10, you provide nutritious food for the pets in our care
$25, you supply treatment for heartworm prevention
$35, you furnish necessary vaccinations and medications
$50, you help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries
$100, you underwrite emergency medical treatment provided to the very critical pets
Every donation, to an event like Bark to the Park or monthly, supports Pawmetto Lifelines mission to end pet overpopulation in the Midlands and create a no-kill community. To learn about different ways of giving to Pawmetto Lifeline, please visit our website at http://pawmettolifeline.org/donate/. It is your generosity that allows Pawmetto Lifeline to be a leader in animal rights activism and give hope to homeless pets in the community.
Start supporting Pawmetto Lifeline by signing up for Bark to the Park on April 18! Form a walk team or register as an individual walker to enjoy a fun-filled family event while helping to save homeless pets across the Midlands. Register online today.