Donations always make a difference and especially now!! We depend upon your monetary and material donations to help us continue to care for the many animals that come to us each year.
All donations are tax deductable and may be made in several ways:
Animal Care Supplies
We accept and appreciate monetary donations of any value. Donations for specific projects may be made through the Orange County Giving Fund. These projects presently include:
- Community Spay/Neuter Fund
- Advertising Campaigns for Adoptable Pets
- Cat Sheltering Enhancement
- Dog Exercise Area Fund
- Medical Care for Adoptable Pets
- Sculptures, Benches and Lancscape Amenities
To discuss making a specific donation for a project of this kind, contact our Animal Services Director, Robert A. Marotto, at (919) 968-2287.
Donations can also be made in person or by mail at 1601 Eubanks Road, Chapel Hill NC 27516.
The recommendations are in from the Free-Roaming Cat Task Force, a subcommittee of the Animal Services Advisory Board! Read Managing Free-Roaming Cats in Orange County, North Carolina to find out more!
Check out the CDC's new webpage about Pets and Ebola for all the latest news!
Find out even more about Pets & Ebola from the American Veterinarian Medical Association.
Find out all you need to know about Rabies in Orange County and beyond on our Rabies Page.
Make a secure donation in a number of areas of care by visiting the Community Giving Fund page
We now have a Mobile Page, designed to help you view our site on your mobile device. Click HERE to use it!
Check out our Animal Cam to see animals in our Featured Pet Room 24 hours a day!
SNAP-NC Surgery Day
Wednesday, April 1
The SNAP mobile unit will be performing low-cost spay/neuter surgeries in the Animal Services Center parking lot on Wednesday, April 1st. Appointments must be made through snap in advance. To schedule an appointment or learn more about their services, visit them at http://www.snap-nc.org/
SNAP-NC Surgery Day
Tuesday, April 14
The SNAP mobile unit will be performing low-cost spay/neuter surgeries in the Animal Services Center parking lot on Tuesday, April 14th. Appointments must be made through snap in advance. To schedule an appointment or learn more about their services, visit them at http://www.snap-nc.org/