SPCA Angel Fund is Helping Pets in Our Community Stay Happy and Healthy with Their Families
Part of the SPCA’s commitment to seeing Brevard County become a no-kill community is helping families keep the pets they already have. Our clinic provides low-cost veterinary care, including spay/neuter, vaccines and wellness exams at a fraction of the cost at most vet clinics, but there are still times when people cannot afford the care their pets need. Read more...
SPCA Summer Days Cash GiveCash Give-Away 2019
Want to win big and help save animals? Here's how it works:
- Purchase tickets from any SPCA employee for $10.00 each before August 1st.
- We'll draw the winning ticket on Facebook Live on August 2nd.
- The winner receives $2,500, and the SPCA employee who sold the winning ticket receives $500.
- The SPCA employee who sells the most tickets will receive a paid day off.
Pick up your tickets from any SPCA employee, or at the Adoption Center located at 6035 Sisson Rd. in Titusville. Call 321-567-3615 (option 3) for details.
You can also purchase online.
Combined Federal Campain for Retirees
For all our federal retiree FB friends, remember the Combined Federal Campaign that you participated in when you were working? Filling out those tiny forms and looking through mounds of paper to find potential charities to give to? Well, the CFC has finally come into the 21st century and federal annuitants can now give to their favorite charities through payroll deduction! You register at the link below and select charities to contribute to and monthly deductions from your annuitant check are then in place. If you choose to participate and you have a heart for animals, we encourage you to look at the SPCA of Brevard on the CFC pledge site - you will find that our organization is one of a select few animal welfare organizations with administrative overhead under 10% (<7% this year). This is a key factor in determining how much of your donation actually goes to care for the animals and, in our case, that is 93% or more! Bless you all for caring. https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/welcome
Had an "oops" litter of puppies? Help end unwanted litters - call about our Last Litter Program.
How it works: Set up an appointment to bring your puppies to the SPCA for evaluation by our intake staff. If requirements are met you will receive a free spay/neuter voucher for your dog(s), and we will keep the puppies to be spayed and neutered, and placed for adoption.
Requirements: Puppies must be at least 8 weeks old, but not older than 4 months. Puppies must have first round of vaccinations in their system for at least two weeks prior to intake, which we can provide. Puppies must not be showing any signs of illness. For more information contact us about the Last Litter program. Call Veronica LaVista 321-567-3615 ext. 245, or email email@example.com.