The Co-op Collective fundraiser!

Our group the "Co-op collective" care deeply about the Sacramento ASPCA and their mission to provide basic but much needed pet care services such as spay/neuter and vaccinations at little to no cost for lower income pet owners, fighting against all forms of animal cruelty, as well as their efforts to house animals to the best of their ability for as long as they can. Unfortunately, we fully understand the reality that this process is neither easy nor cheap. It is for that reason that we have decided to come together and setup this fundraiser to not only help the Sacramento ASPCA continue their mission successfully for the foreseeable future, but also to show our appreciation for the work that do around this great city!

In donating to our cause your funds will directly go to the ASPCA in order to make sure that not only pets are provided a happy life but also to make sure that struggling pet owners are able to be happy as well. Because no matter what your finacial status is, if you are a loving/caring pet owner, money should not be the deciding factor onto whether or not you should be able to stay with your best friend!

About the ASPCA: Fighting for animals is a 24/7 job, but your commitment makes it possible for our life-saving programs to create happy endings for those innocent lives touched by cruelty. Every single day of the year, we are rescuing animals from neglect and suffering. With your support, we are able to rescue animals from dog fighting, cockfighting, and puppy mills, work to end animal homelessness and farm animal cruelty, and provide medical care for countless pets in need. Please help us save even more animals and donate to this Team ASPCA campaign today.

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Personal Fundraising Goal
$ 500.00
Suggested Donation
$25.00

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