ways to get involved and help animals in need 

 

AWA receives no government or national funds. We must raise funds through donations from animal-lovers like you. Your support is critical to help us prevent pet overpopulation and save thousands of unwanted cats and dogs. Your help goes a long way toward keeping our programs viable that include spaying and neutering, and providing a safe place and medical care for pets until they’re adopted.

On behalf of the animals, thank you for your generosity!

WAYS TO GIVE:

Donate Online

South Jersey cats need homes

Planned Giving – Show your love for animals for generations to come. Remember us in your will

Sponsor a Shelter Pet --Become a hero for one of our pets 

Memorial and Tribute Gifts --A special way to honor loved ones and pets.

Donate Supplies -- We couldn't survive without the generous donations of these supplies.

 

Special Needs Dogs

 

Workplace Giving -- Give effortlessly at work.

Vehicle Donation--Car not running? Boat rotting in its slip? No problem! Donate them to AWA. 

Looking to Buy or Sell a House? Contact our longtime supporter, Sue Lehman, a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway who will donate a percentage of her commission to AWA when you buy or sell your house using her services. Contact us at 856-424-2288, ext 113.

GET INVOLVED

Attend our Events:

           Paws and Feet   

                    FAQ    Race Packet Pickup     Activity Schedule    Directions       

 

           Bid for Pets' Sake--Our online auction happens in the fall and is comprised of generous donations from local businesses, friends and supporters. 


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Volunteer at AWA

      Foster a Pet

      Pet Therapy at area senior centers

      Humane Education

      Provide care and exercise to the animals

      Join an event committee

      Trap feral cats for Trap-Neuter-Return

 

Animal Welfare Association

509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees, NJ 08043
Phone: 856.424.2288 | Fax: 856.424.8318
info@awanj.org

 

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