The Many Ways
You Can Give
Mission Animal Hospital depends on the support of people like you. An independent and locally-funded nonprofit, all our services are delivered at a reduced cost—because having a pet is a right, not a privilege, and everyone deserves to be able to provide quality care to their beloved pets, regardless of financial circumstance.
Other Ways to Donate
GiVE IN HONOR OF OR IN MEMORY OF A PET
Our pets are family and their passing often leave us with a heavy heart. One way to honor their passing is by purchasing a leaf on Mission's Memorial Tree.
PURCHASE ITEMS ON OUR WISH LIST
Our medical staff have set up an Amazon Wish List of much needed items that help us offer pets high quality care at affordable prices. Your generous gift is appreciated and tax deductible. Click the link below to go to our Amazon Wish List page.
DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
You can recommend your donor-advised fund to make a gift to Mission Animal Hospital on your behalf – even during a multi-year time frame – provided the commitment comes from the fund itself
DONATE PET SUPPLIES
Donate new or gentle used pet supplies to Mission Animal Hospital! We accept a wide variety of supplies that aid in our hospital care and help pets and families in need. Click to learn more about what types of supplies we look for.
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
If you have a car, truck, van, trailer, RV, or boat you no longer want, taking up valuable space in your yard, garage, or driveway, consider donating it to support Mission Animal Hospital.
SHOP ON AMAZON
Raise money for Mission every time you shop Amazon! Connect your existing Amazon account by selecting Mission Animal Hospital as your charity on AmazonSmile using the link below. Then, shop through smile.amazon.com with this link and a portion of your purchase will benefit Mission Animal Hospital!
STOCK & IRA GIFTS
Donating gifts of stock or IRA distributions can offer tremendous tax benefits to you, while supporting Mission Animal Hospital. It's easy to do, and is a great way to make your gift go further.
Unlike a cash gift, a planned gift is typically made in your estate rather than your disposable income, and comes to fruition after your lifetime. For many who make planned gifts, it's a way to leave a legacy by doing something extraordinary.