Ways to Help
Sierra Pacific Great Pyrenees Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that depends on the compassion and generosity of the community to help these magnificent creatures get a new lease on life. By donating today you will be helping to feed, care for, and find a forever home for a very special Pyr. We are a certified 501(c)3 organization which means all donations are tax-deductible!
WAYS TO SUPPORT SPGPC
- Online Donation: You can donate by clicking on the PayPal button to the right. It is fast, easy and secure! In addition, you can set up recurring monthly donations by clicking the respective buttons to the right.
- Donations can be sent to our mailing address: SPGPC 8700 Golden Spur Drive, Granite Bay, CA 95746.
- Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Sierra Pacific Great Pyrenees Club whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
- Visit the "Shelter Challenge" page, follow the instructions, vote and tell your friends.
- Add us on Facebook: Joining our page will help you stay in touch with the club members, special events and much more.
- Get a card for the Save Mart S.H.A.R.E.S. program and up to 3% of your purchase can be donated back to the club!
- Shop the Give Back America on-line mall and a portion of your purchase will be passed onto us.
- SPGPC&R is part of the eBay Giving Works program. So, you can support our mission when you buy and sell on eBay.
- Become a member of SPGPC. Membership not only allows you to participate in all of the wonderful club events, but also goes to help a Pyr in need. Joining is fast and easy, click here.
Help rescue special needs pets. Dogs, cats and new-borns in our nursery need your support.
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Help support emergency operations for pets in dire need.
This is Elsa. She's very young and was found by a Good Samaritan who was bringing her to rescue. Elsa bailed out of a moving car window and has a large laceration on her front leg and a broken femoral bone in her back leg that will require surgery. She's was stabilized in emergency care where they stabilized her and treated all her injuries. She had surgery on Monday and slept all night long. She's not using the leg and it's painful, but she is recovering. The recovery isn't as bad as the injury but, it's no walk in the park either. She's a trooper and we could use your help paying for the high costs of her medical treatment.