You can help provide a happy ending for all of the orphaned pets at the Richmond SPCA. Your continued kindness and support helps make Richmond one of the safest cities in the country for homeless animals. Click here to make a donation online.
Gifts to our Annual Fund support important lifesaving programs and services for orphaned animals and are put to work immediately in the area of greatest need.
Gifts to our Cinderella Fund sustain a designated pool of resources that enables the Richmond SPCA to assist those homeless pets with extreme illness or injury, or animals too young to survive without around-the-clock care and attention.
Gifts to our Spay/Neuter Fund help the Richmond SPCA to continue providing the Richmond community with free and low-cost spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations.
Anne Grier Fund for Abused Animals
Gifts to our Anne Grier Fund for Abused Animals aid pets at the Richmond SPCA who are in need of special rehabilitative care due to the abuse or neglect of a previous owner. This fund is named in honor of longtime Richmond SPCA board member and supporter Anne Grier.
Snap's Community Education Fund
Gifts to our Snap's Community Education Fund benefit a special pool of resources that provide the financial foundation to deliver important humane messages to the public through educational outreach. This fund is named in honor of a small cat named Snap who became the inspiration for our CEO Robin Starr to lead the Richmond SPCA to become a local and national leader in humane achievement on behalf of homeless animals.
Henrico Feral Defense Fund
The Board of Zoning Appeals in Henrico County has ruled that caring for feral cats in a residential zone is not a permitted use. This ruling is in direct opposition to the compassionate, reasonable care and management of feral cats. This defense fund supports the Richmond SPCA’s ongoing legal appeal associated with this ruling as well as the Richmond SPCA-supported appeal of any violations issued to individual caretakers. This fund was established in honor of Susan Mills and her heroic efforts to protect her group of feral cats in Henrico County.
Katie Manning Memorial Scholarship Fund
In 2012 a dear supporter of the Richmond SPCA, Pat Manning, experienced the goodbye every person who has loved a pet dreads. Pat’s dear companion Katie passed away after a short but courageous battle with cancer. When Pat took Katie into her home they enrolled in training classes at the Richmond SPCA, where Katie thrived. As a tribute to this dog who was loved so well and learned with such zeal, we have created the Katie Manning Memorial Scholarship Fund that will provide access to training services that will benefit future dogs like her, keeping them in their homes and building stronger bonds with their guardians.
Circle of Care ($50 to $499)
You can be a part of our Circle of Care and help provide a happy ending for all of the orphaned pets at the Richmond SPCA. Your continued kindness and support helps make Richmond one of the safest cities in the country for homeless animals.
Jeremy's Club ($500 to $999)
Your gift at the Jeremy's Club level honors the beloved pet of Richmond SPCA benefactor Ellen Glasgow (April 22, 1873 - November 21, 1945). Glasgow was a Pulitzer Prize winning American novelist from Richmond. Beginning in 1897, Glasgow wrote 20 novels and many short stories, mainly about life in Virginia. A supporter of the Richmond SPCA since the year after its founding in 1891, Glasgow became vice president of the organization in 1911 and president in 1924. She was president at the time of her passing in 1945.
Glasgow Society ($1000 to $4,999)
Your gift at the Glasgow Society level honors Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow (April 22, 1873 - November 21, 1945). Miss Glasgow was a Pulitzer Prize winning American novelist from Richmond. Beginning in 1897, Miss Glasgow wrote 20 novels and many short stories, mainly about life in Virginia. A supporter of the Richmond SPCA since the year after its founding in 1891, Miss Glasgow became vice president of the organization in 1911 and president in 1924. She was president at the time of her passing in 1945.
Chairman's Circle ($5,000 to $9,999)
This giving society is named in honor of the Richmond SPCA’s past and current Chairman of the Board of Directors. The leadership and vision of dynamic Chairmen have helped to shape the nationally recognized organization we are today. Our Chairman’s Circle donors are also helping to lead the Richmond SPCA through their generous donations.
Joseph Bryan Founders ($10,000+)
This generous group of supporters is named for Joseph Bryan, an influential civic and business leader in Richmond in the late 1800’s who led the founding of the Richmond SPCA in 1891. Members of the Joseph Bryan Founders exhibit a special dedication to the Richmond SPCA through their leadership gifts.
Friends who include the Richmond SPCA in their long-term charitable planning are recognized as members of our Legacy Society.
For more information about giving funds and societies at the Richmond SPCA please call 804-521-1321 or email Maya Erhardt at email@example.com.