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In-Kind Donations

Supporting Animal Friends Alliance through in-kind donations allows us to lower our operating costs and help more animals!  See our list of commonly-needed household items or shop our Amazon wish list!

Support Animal Friends Alliance on AmazonSmile

Did you know that you can support pets in your community with the purchases you’re already making?  Choose Animal Friends Alliance as your charity to support on AmazonSmile!

Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund

Animal Friends Alliance receives generous grant funding each year from the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund (CPOF) that supports medical care for our shelter animals and supports our Prevent A Litter Plus (PAL+) program.  You can contribute to CPOF by registering your vehicle with an “Adopt a Shelter Pet” license plate or designating a portion of your state tax refund to CPOF on the Voluntary Contributions Schedule.

Jane Seik Memorial Endowment

Animal Friends Alliance is mindful of our longterm financial health and stability.  We have created and endowment fund with the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado. Your gift to our endownment helps ensure that Animal Friends Alliance will have the resources to help animals in our community for years to come.

King Soopers Community Rewards

If you have a King Soopers card, you can connect your digital account to support Animal Friends Alliance with every purchase!  Visit the Community Rewards website and search for Animal Friends Alliance (code: WY946) to sign up and start giving back just by shopping.

Donate your car

Do you have an automobile that you no longer need or use?  You can donate it to support Animal Friends Alliance!  Complete this form through our partnering organization, Vehicles for Charity, or call 1-866-628-CARS (2277).

Fresh Step Paw Points

If you use Fresh Step litter, you can donate your “Paw Points” to Animal Friends Alliance and we can redeem them for essential supplies like litter for our cat foster homes!

“There’s an app for that!”

There are numerous fun and easy apps that allow you to support Animal Friends Alliance with things you’re already doing, like rounding up your everyday purchases through Coin Up, or taking your daily walk with ResQwalk or WoofTrax.

In-kind donations of supplies

Your in-kind donation of an item listed below helps us care for the dogs and cats in our shelter and serve the animals at our spay/neuter clinic. Your financial contributions are also always appreciated. All contributions are tax deductible, as allowed by law. Thank you for your generosity!

Please drop off donated items at either of our shelters (Mulberry Campus:  2321 E. Mulberry St. #1, Fort Collins, CO 80524; Taft Campus: 2200 N. Taft Hill Rd., Fort Collins, CO 80524) during our regular business hours. You will receive a receipt for your tax purposes. If you have any questions, please call (970) 305-5796 or email development@savinganimalstoday.org.

There are several ways you can give!

  • Purchase wish list items below from Poudre Pet & Feed Supply and support our Shelter Advocate. We always need 40-lb. bags of EcoPett Premium Wood Pet Bedding, which we use as cat litter! You can also place phone orders with Poudre Feed and have your donation delivered straight to our shelter for FREE! Just call 970-482-2741.
  • Shop our Amazon.com Wish List, full of items that will help our clinic and shelter provide the best care and services possible.
    Note: We often do not receive notification of who has purchased an item from our Amazon Wish List. Unless you’d like your donation to remain anonymous, please forward a copy of your purchase receipt or order confirmation to development@savinganimalstoday.org so we may properly acknowledge your gift. Thank you!
Wish List Items
For the Animals in Our Shelter
  • EcoPett Premium Wood Pet Bedding, 40-lb. bag
  • Liquid dish soap
  • Hand soap
  • Paper towels
  • Bleach
  • Laundry detergent pods HE (no liquid detergent, please!)
  • Plastic zip ties
  • Trash bags (13- & 33-gallon sizes)
  • SH-Wipe terry cloth SH-Mop head covers
  • Cat litter (clumping or non-clumping)
  • Piddle pads
For the Pets in Our Clinic
  • Distilled water, 1-gal. jugs
  • Paper towels
  • Bleach
  • Laundry detergent pods HE (no liquid detergent, please!)
  • Bath towels
  • Hand soap
  • Soft dog treats
  • Trash bags (13- & 33-gallon sizes)
  • Laundry detergent
  • AA batteries
  • 9-volt batteries
  • Liquid dish soap
Canine Care
For Our Community Cat Program
  • Fuel gift cards
  • Tru Catch traps
  • Plastic zip ties
  • Canned cat food
  • Small paper bowls
For Kittens in Foster
  • Canned kitten-specific food
  • Dry kitten food (Iams, Purina, Pro Plan)
  • Kitten Milk Replacer (KMR) powder
  • Clumping/scoopable litter
  • Trash bags (13- & 30-gallon sizes)
  • Paper towels
  • Zip-close plastic bags (Snack, Sandwich, & Gallon sizes)
  • Laundry detergent pods HE (no liquid detergent, please!)
  • Bleach
  • GIFT CARDS! (Poudre Feed, PetSmart, Petco, Amazon.com, Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart)
Items we ALWAYS Need
  • Letter size printer paper
  • Postage stamps
  • Office tape
  • Facial tissue
  • Toilet paper
  • Dry cat and dog food for the Kibble Supply Pet Food Pantry

Jane Seik Memorial Endowment 

As Animal Friends Alliance continues to grow, we are taking steps to secure our organization financially with the expectation that our services will be needed for a long time to come. To this end, we have opened an endowment fund with the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, in honor of one of our first volunteers, Jane Seik. To honor Jane’s memory and further stabilize our organization, the Jane Seik Memorial Endowment will help us continue providing shelter and adoption for over 3,500
homeless cats and dogs each year.

Help us to continue to grow our endowment in Jane Seik’s honor by donating through the form below. (To arrange a donation of stocks or mutual funds, please email development@savinganimalstoday.org.)

About Jane Ellen Warner-Seik

October 31, 1937 – March 22, 2013

Jane Seik was a critical part of Animal Friends Alliance’s success from the very beginning and was an extremely active volunteer for over six years, until succumbing to cancer in March of 2013.  She was one of our first volunteers, and was unquestionably the most dedicated. Jane fulfilled myriad volunteer responsibilities, from adoption counseling to caring for orphaned kittens that required around-the-clock attention. She helped the organization in every possible way, working as the clinic receptionist, fostering, and even washing dishes and scrubbing litter boxes. Jane and her husband Larry fostered over 45 cats for the Alliance and adopted several special needs kitties.  She was a woman of great compassion, and a force to be reckoned with. She was presented with the our Above & Beyond Award in 2012, and her strength, wisdom, dedication, and love for the kitties will always be an inspiration.

 

Thanks to Our Donors

 

  • Abby, Joe & Leo
  • Hilary Allen
  • Claudia Arbaugh
  • Marjean & Ed Bender
  • Ashley Boothe
  • Karen Coyner
  • Debbie & Steve DeLong
  • Joyce & Daryle Dickens
  • Barbara Fleming
  • Barbara Fritz
  • Joy Fuhrman, DVM
  • Evelyn Gibson
  • Karen Horn & Geof Roscoe
  • Reid Jacob
  • Diane Jesser
  • Aubrey J. Lavizzo, DVM
  • Jacqueline Lawrence
  • Jan Link
  • Kelly Little
  • Leonard J. Mahoney
  • Barbara Marsh
  • Gail McKenzie
  • Heather & Anthony McNeill
  • Judy & Randy Miotke
  • Anna Neubauer
  • Eileen O’Connell
  • Jean Opsomer
  • Laura Portalupi
  • Larry Seik
  • Kate & Bill Stanford
  • Andrea Stout & Sarah McIntosh
  • Sarah Swanty
  • Jeff Warner
  • Steve Warner
  • Jean Weitz
  • Keri Williams
  • Mary Wolf