Support the Community 

San Diego Pet Memorial Park is proud to share with you companies and non-profit organizations we feel represent care and support of the animal community. Please take your time to review and consider how you can join in the efforts to give back to animals and people in need.
San Diego Humane SocietyhmLogo_top
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SDHS- Serving San Diego County since 1880, the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA provides vital services to animals and people alike through sheltering and adopting animals, providing positive reinforcement behavior training for adoptable animals and for owned animals through public training classes, investigating animal cruelty and neglect, providing adult and youth education programs, sharing animals through Pet-Assisted Therapy and rescuing animals in emergency situations. A private nonprofit organization that receives no public or government funding, the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA is supported solely by contributions, grants, bequests, investments, proceeds from its retail outlets and some fees for service.
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PAWS
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PAWS- Hundreds of PAWS clients rely on PAWS to help them provide the basic essentials to keep and care for their beloved animals. PAWS needs the assistance of the San Diego community to continue with its mission. Services provided by PAWS are free of charge and on a best efforts basis. The assistance is dependent on donations and volunteer availability. Pet food & Supplies PAWS clients and their companion animals receive free pet food, cat litter and other supplies. Veterinary assistance Clients participating in the PAWS Program receive discounts and limited financial assistance for veterinary services. In-home services PAWS clients receive food and cat litter delivery, dog walking and litter box cleaning. Animal transportation Clients receive assistance with transportation of their companion animals to and from veterinarian and grooming appointments. Foster care Emergency, temporary foster care is available for companion animals when a PAWS client is hospitalized for a short term. Community Programs PAWS has developed partnerships with many social and animal service organizations to help San Diego County residents with their companion animals. For information call the nearest PAWS office.
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Face Foundation
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Established in 2006, the FACE Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity, whose mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life of animals by providing access to necessary medical care and education. Based on established criteria, FACE provides financial grants to animal owners who are unable to partially or fully cover the cost of their pet’s emergency or critical care.As many people today experience increasing economic challenges, their pets are suffering too. The number of people who cannot afford critical medical care for their sick or injured pet is growing at an alarming rate.In what is being labeled as ‘economic euthanasia,’ these beloved companions are being euthanized because their owners cannot afford the often unexpected cost of treatment needed to save their lives. The FACE Foundation was created to address this tragedy. What started out as a beautiful vision to stop the surrender and euthanasia of beloved family pets, has become a supportive center where families in crisis can get a helping hand to save their pets’ lives.The FACE Foundation is the first of its kind in San Diego County. While there are wonderful charitable groups focused on finding homes for pets without families, there are no other organizations that are singularly dedicated to saving the lives of pets that are already in loving homes, but whose families cannot pay for all or part of the emergency or critical care they need to survive.FACE relies solely on donations to continue its mission of providing access to life saving veterinary care and to enhance and preserve the quality of life for these loving pets.

Please check out our Success Stories page to look at some of the animals FACE has been able to assist.

Phone: 858-450-FACE
 
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Bowling for the Animals is an annual fundraising event. Bowlers and supporters collect sponsorship pledges from friends, family, and fellow animal lovers. The day of the event, a great time is had by all at the bowling alley. Prizes are waiting for the Highest Scoring Bowler, Top Ten Highest Fundraisers, and the “Predict Your Score” Game winner.To top it all off there are scrumptious vegan munchies (lunch buffet and coffee & dessert) and a fabulous raffle. Cash-only full bar available. As you can see you don’t have to bowl well to score big! In fact, B4A supporters don’t even have to attend the event to have a shot at the big prizes. Whether you bowl or not, if you are one of the Top Ten Fundraisers a prize is yours!Who Gets the Money? Each event’s funds raised are divided between various local animal organizations. Past beneficiaries include The Foundation for the Care of Indigent Animals, Emergency Wildlife Rehab, Feral Cat Coalition, The House Rabbit Society, Saint Nicholas Hope for Animals, and SNAP Spay Neuter Action Project. List of past beneficiariesThe 2009 event will benefit an exciting new project: a stationary clinic dedicated to low-cost spay/neuter! SNAP and Feral Cat Coalition are teaming up to fix even more companion animals and feral cats in the future. This stationary clinic will open soon in San Diego. Watch www.snap-sandiego.org for updates.
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FOCAS- Friends of County Animal Shelters
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FOCAS- Friends of County Animal Shelters (FOCAS) has been at the forefront of finding a way to exit cats and dogs out of the three San Diego Department of Animal Services shelters and into safe, loving homes for the past 20 years. More than 5,000 San Diegans have adopted one or more FOCAS pets, since 1999.You can help us make a difference in the life of an animal! Being a member of FOCAS means that you support the work FOCAS does on behalf of the stray and abandoned animals that do not have a voice. Your membership assists FOCAS with all of the adoption activities that go on every day in our attempt to reduce euthanasia of animals that otherwise would not have a chance to find a forever home. A key way to support these efforts is by becoming a FOCAS member. Weâ�?�?ve chosen the affordable amount of $35 a year to ensure that all who love animals and are willing to support our work can join. By becoming a member, you will receive our quarterly newsletter InFOCAS, invitations to special events and the assurance that your generosity is making a difference in the life of an animal. Please consider becoming a member, especially if you are a present/former adopter who knows what a wonderful difference your shelter pet has made in your life. Giving is easy. You can give online, call us at (619) 685-3536, or send a check or money order to FOCAS, P.O. Box 8375, La Jolla, CA 92038.
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San Diego Bulldog Rescue
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We are a committed group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing unwanted, neglected, abandoned, and relinquished Bulldogs in the greater San Diego region. San Diego Bulldog Rescue (SDBR) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.Our focus and goals are to find permanent loving homes for the Bulldogs in need. All SDBR Bulldogs are provided medical care and assessed for behavioral issues prior to being place in an approved home. All dogs are also spayed/neutered (if necessary) and micro-chipped for identification. We do not place dogs on a first come, first served basis, however we work to match each Bulldog to a home that best meets their needs. Adoption fees vary per Bulldog and range from $300 to $800.SDBR not only rescues and re-home Bulldogs when possible, we counsel owners having difficulties with their Bulldogs and assist them to eliminate their need for our services. Our team of volunteers gives their time generously and rescues 50 to 60 Bulldogs a year
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