2014 Alaska SPCA Spay-Ghetti Dinner and Silent Auction
Come to Alaska SPCA's sixth annual Spay-Ghetti Dinner and Silent Auction fundraiser on Sunday, April 13, 2014, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Kincaid Chalet.
Proceeds from this event help fund our low-cost spay/neuter surgeries and affordable vaccination services, animal adoptions, a Pet Food Bank and rural access to veterinary care.
Tickets include dinner and are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Tickets are available at the Thrift Shop at 549 W. International Airport Road, Suite B-4, or can be purchased online.
For further information, call (907) 562-2935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you on behalf of all the animals!
The Alaska SPCA is a private, nonprofit organization funded by donations and proceeds from our Thrift Shop. We do not receive any funding from government sources, nor are we affiliated with any national organization. All net proceeds from our services help us forward our mission to reduce the suffering of Alaska's dogs and cats. Thank you on behalf of all the animals!
Alaska SPCA's Programs
Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic-with the conviction to reduce pet overpopulation and, in turn, pet suffering.
Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic-with the conviction that prevention of disease should be within every guardian's means.
FixIt Anchorage-with the conviction to help the most impoverished Anchorage community to spay/neuter their cats for free.
Prevention Rural Outreach Program-with the conviction that Prevention, not Destruction, is the key to ending pet overpopulation in rural Alaska.
Pet Food Bank-with the conviction to feed empty bellies.
Adoption-with the conviction that every dog and cat deserves a forever guardian.
About the Alaska SPCA
Alaska SPCA has been committed and active in reducing the suffering of Alaska’s dogs and cats before Alaska was even a state! Originally incorporated in 1955 as the Anchorage SPCA, a small team of grassroots volunteers understood that animals need people to guard, watch over and defend their needs.
Today, almost 60 years later, our agency continues with the unshakeable conviction that animals are entitled to basic rights to good care, humane treatment and perpetual protection.
Alaska SPCA's Vision
Our vision is for Alaska to be a state where all cats and dogs experience emotional, physical, and environmental health and lifelong wellness.
Alaska SPCA's Mission
Our mission is to reduce the suffering of Alaska's dogs and cats.
Alaska SPCA Guardian Angel Campaign
Become a monthly supporter of Alaska SPCA through our Guardian Angel Campaign.
Alaska SPCA Joins Adopt-A-Shelter
The Alaska SPCA was recently added to AdoptAShelter.com and their national database of shelters. When you shop through AdoptAShelter.com at one of their retail merchants, Adopt-A-Shelter™ directs 100% of the donation displayed on AdoptAShelter.com directly to the Alaska SPCA!
Click this link to be directed to the Alaska SPCA on adoptashelter.com. Every time you shop using AdoptAShelter.com, you earn more money for the Alaska SPCA!
AdoptAShelter.com is a FREE service to shelters, animal-related causes and you! There is NO catch: Adopt-A-Shelter™ is just tapping into the existing Internet economy and redirecting some of the revenue already being generated to help animals.
An advocate is someone who intercedes on behalf of another.
While they tell us their stories in many ways, Alaska's dogs and cats rely on each of us in this community to stand up for and watch over their well-being. They rely on us to ensure their safety, protect their health and promote universal good care. Together, with concern and commitment, we must champion their cause and serve as advocates and guardians.
Pet Food Bank at Alaska SPCA Clinic
When families struggle with food insecurities, so do their pets.
Many times animals are abandoned when families struggle to cover day-to-day expenses. Not being able to feed your pet can have catastrophic results.
Alaska SPCA wants to see no dog or cat go without food and litter. If you or someone you know needs help feeding a pet, we are here to help.
You can call 562-2999 for more information, or stop by our clinic during business hours, and we will help.