We sincerely hope that you, your family, your friends, and your companion animals are all safe and healthy at this difficult time. All of us here at AAVS are working remotely and remain dedicated to keeping operations active to benefit all the animals who need our help.
With millions of people confined to their homes—and many understandably concerned about their finances—the public is being cautious about spending, including charitable donations. With that in mind, we want to suggest a few ways that you may continue to support AAVS without your checkbook or credit card.
Many people are shopping online, using Amazon more than ever. Fortunately, you can help AAVS while you shop without spending a penny more. The Amazon Smile program will donate 0.5% of all your Amazon.com purchases to benefit AAVS. Just log into smile.amazon.com using your existing Amazon account, and select AAVS as your charity. LEARN MORE »
Please help us earn 2020 top-rated status on Great Nonprofits by sharing your passion for our mission. Your kind words will reinforce our public profile and inspire others to support us. Visit AAVS’s page on GreatNonprofits, click the ‘SHARE YOUR STORY’ button, and then share your positive experience as an AAVS supporter. Then post your praise to Facebook and send an e-mail or Tweet to friends and followers. LEARN MORE »
Right now, we’re all wondering what the future holds. Planned giving is a powerful way to make a provision for the work to uphold values that are important to you, now and always. You can ensure that your personal legacy of protecting animals will continue. Give the animals a very special gift by continuing AAVS’s important work through a bequest, trust, annuity, or insurance policy. Such arrangements can provide tax benefits, and your commitment will also serve as an inspiration to others. LEARN MORE »
We cannot thank you enough for your support, especially in these troubled times. Even though we’re apart from others at the moment, we can still be strong together. Please share this message with others—the more supporters we have, the more we can do for the animals.