We couldn’t do what we do without you! Operating under a no-kill philosophy is no small undertaking, and we rely heavily on corporate donations to continue to provide the best care to 1000+ animals annually, provide critical medical treatments, strengthen our programs, and offer accessible and affordable services to our community.
We are Mercer County’s only no-kill municipal shelter. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer and animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the euthanasia of unwanted animals in Mercer County through collaborative coalition and community alliance, corporate support is an important pillar in enabling us to consistently surpass our annual goals. Every dog and cat adopted from EASEL Animal Rescue League is spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated as part of our mission.
We are happy to recognize our sponsors as valued community partners and this opportunity to have a positive impact on the lives of our shelter and “at risk” animals in the community. Please contact Karen Azarchi at (609) 883-0540 for available sponsorship opportunities to create a sponsorship that meets your business objectives.
Your support means we can:
- shelter pets in need of protection, find wonderful forever homes
- provide medical and rehabilitative services to our shelter rescues
- offer low-income assistance to keep animals in their homes, provide low cost micro-chipping
offer cat and dog behavior counseling
- continue our effective Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) program sterilizing feral cat colonies
provide community outreach
- educate residents on overpopulation challenges and how they can reduce the number of unwanted animals killed in shelters
There are several sponsorship opportunities and events throughout the year. These include large events, underwriting the cost of adoptions, matching funds raised during EASEL fundraising events, or covering the cost of spays/neuter surgeries to help reduce the number of unwanted animals.
Employee matching gift programs are a great way to increase employee engagement and boost morale. Who doesn’t love saving lives?
Hold a Fundraiser
You might consider an on-site challenge, Adopt-An-Animal week, or a formal corporate fundraiser.
We have new dogs and cats arriving every day with different needs – from the basics to dietary, housing to medical, socialization needs, and more. You may wish to contribute items and supplies from our Wish List.
We welcome corporate donations of your products and services. These are especially welcome during our signature fundraising events throughout the year.
Contact Wendy Sturgeon at firstname.lastname@example.org today at (609)883-0540. Corporate donations do make a difference.