The Georgia SPCA depends on the community and its businesses to support its activities. This support comes from different sorts of organizations - from schools & churches, from local and national businesses and also from concerned individuals. Sponsorship can take many forms -- from sponsoring the care of an animal until it gets adopted to providing the Georgia SPCA with discounts on items we purchase to sponsorship of an entire "cat room."
Sponsoring the Care of an Animal
Individuals or businesses may sponsor an animal’s care during their stay here at the Georgia SPCA. The animal will receive a sign on his or her kennel reading “This dog/cat has been sponsored by …” The sponsorship will also be identified on the animal’s page on our website.
Fee to sponsor a dog: $200
Fee to sponsor a cat: $100
Animals may be sponsored on a one time basis and make a great birthday or wedding gifts. They can also be sponsored on a monthly basis by businesses or individuals. Businesses wishing to sponsor an animal will receive their logo on the sponsorship sign.
For more information or to set up a sponsorship, call 678-765-2726 or email Carrie@georgiaSPCA.org
Throughout the year, we host several events to raise funds for the animals in our care. Each event provides sponsorship opportunities that result in visibility within the community, recognition on all event collateral pieces, and media exposure. Sponsorship options include direct funding of the event as well as (in some instances) supporting us by setting up vendor booths to make the public aware of your support for the Georgia SPCA. We would be happy to discuss the ability to create greater benefit for your company before and during any of our events through online or sales promotions, hospitality options and distribution of promotional materials.
We tailor our sponsorship packages to align this investment with your company's goals. To discuss any opportunities that interest you, please contact Jane Lumbatis, at 678-765-2726 or contact us and select "sponsorship question" as the category. These events draw from a broad community as well as from local celebrities.
A key thing to bear in mind is that the Georgia SPCA spends very little money on fundraising activities. We have felt that program-based spending is critical. In 2013, for example, 88% of all funds coming into the organization were spent on program-related expenses including adoptions, spay/neuter, and pet wellness.
Here are some sponsorship strategies that might work for you or your organization: