PAWS GIVING PROGRAMS
WAYS of GIVING – For caring people like you who are looking for ways to be involved in making a difference in a homeless animal’s life. The program provides unique ways to honor friends, family and loved ones by offering Memorial and Tribute opportunities. PAWS welcomes gifts of cash or property, memorials, tributes, and bequests. Please see below for more on our Ways of Giving Program.
Gifts of Cash / Property – Individuals may make a donation of cash or property (including stocks, bonds, or real estate). Check with your financial advisor regarding the tax benefits of such gifts.
Memorial Donations – Your memorial donation to PAWS can provide a lasting memorial for a friend, relative, or loved one.
Tribute Donations – A tribute donation can be made as a unique way to acknowledge a birthday, wedding, anniversary, holiday, or other special occasion.
Bequests – Your will or trust can designate that a specific amount be transferred as a gift to PAWS Check with your financial advisor for help in setting this up.
PILLARS of GIVING– Is a program created to recognize major monetary donations. Donors to the PAWS Pillars of Giving program will each year be recognized on a plaque in the PAWS Humane Center entryway.
PAWS Pillars of Giving recognizes contributors at three levels:
Benefactor Level: $2,500 and above
Protector Level: $1,000 – $2,499
Advocate Level: $500 – $999
All donations to PAWS are tax deductible.
What is the Angel Fund?
Financial demands of providing excellent care for our dogs and cats each year, combined with the extra cost of special veterinary treatments, limit our ability to meet unique medical needs. The Angel Fund was established by PAWS Humane Center as a way to cover expenses for treatment above and beyond the regular veterinary services animals receive while in our care.
Animals come in that require special treatment or surgeries, which may be from being abused, being hit by a car, or birth defects that require special surgeries.
George, is one of many animals, which has come to us in need of some extra attention. George came to PAWS in January of 2017. At the end of January he went to get his bilateral entropion repair on both his eyes. He stayed in foster until he was better and ready to be adopted. George is now happy in his furever home.
Pixie and Tinkerbelle came into the shelter in April 2017.Pixie within a couple of days had 2 hernia surgeries. They stayed in foster until their adoption in May to a loving home! Pixie is now Piper! Tinkerbell is now Willow!
Donations can be mailed to:
PAWS Angel Fund
200 Charles A. Liddle Drive
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
All donations to PAWS are tax deductible.
Other Ways To Give
Kuranda Dog and Cat Bed
We have chosen Kuranda beds because they are of good quality, cost effective, and comfortable. Even though these beds are sturdy, they need to be replaced on a regular basis throughout the year due to general wear and tear. PAWS Humane Center is always in need of dog and cat beds! If you would like to donate a bed to provide comfort for our shelter friends, you can have a Kuranda bed sent directly to PAWS Humane Center.
Kroger’s Community Rewards
You can help PAWS earn money to care for Dearborn County’s homeless animals just by using your Kroger Plus Card every time you shop. You won’t spend a penny more than you normally would. Every time you use your Kroger Plus Card, Kroger will make a donation to PAWS. Just a couple of easy steps on line by registering your Kroger Plus Card, enrolling in Kroger Community Rewards and linking PAWS’s unique organization number.
It’s easier than it looks! If you have any questions, please call Pat Hawkins at (812) 537-9870.
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3 years old, Boxer Mix,male neutered. Chip is full of energy and is looking for a family to match his energy level. He loves to curl up in a blanket with a Nylabone. He would prefer to be your one and only. A game of tug of war would be a fun game to play with him. Chip is house trained and ready to find his furever family.
1 1/2 years old, Domestic Short Hair Black and White, female spayed. Millie was recently returned due to no fault of her own. This sweet girl loves attention and is ready to give you all of her love! She did live with another cat, so she is more than willing to share her next home. Give us a call, if you are interested in giving this girl a loving home!
3 months old, Domestic Short Hair Brown Tabby, male neutered. Running around play with the other kittens is what he loves to do! He enjoys climbing the cat tree in his room. Cat toys with bells gets him excited to play. If you have a spot in your home for this loving kitten come down and check him out!