How to Donate
Donations can be made in person during regular business hours at the Bucks County SPCA .
We are located at 1665 Street Rd., Lahaska, PA.
If you would prefer to mail your donation, please print the online contribution form, and mail it to:
Bucks County SPCA
P.O. Box 277
Lahaska, PA 18931
The official registration and financial information of Bucks County SPCA may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
Other Ways to Help
- Centennial Campaign
- Wish List
- Sponsor a Kennel Program
- Recycling Program
- Redner's Save A Tape Program
- Donate a Used Vehicle
- Donate a Bed Program
- Donate "Stretch & Scratch"
To learn more about our new Richland Township shelter, the expansion of our animal welfare programs, and our Centennial Campaign, please click here. Become a part of all that we plan to accomplish for the animals and people of Bucks County in our next 100 years!
Sponsor a Kennel Program
This program has been designed to allow the public, businesses, school groups and others a way to help the thousands of homeless animals that we care for each year, without a large commitment of time or money. When you Sponsor-A-Kennel, a sign will be placed in our kennel areas that will acknowledge your donation. Your sponsorship sign will be customized to have your special message displayed, or even a picture of a pet or loved one. What a nice way to honor a pet or an animal lover! Sponsorships can be made for three, six, or twelve months. Click here for Bucks County SPCA's Sponsor a Kennel Program Registration Form.
Earn money for Bucks County SPCA by Shopping!
Visit the E-Scrip website at http://www.escrip.com/ to learn how to raise fund for our shelter by shopping at Genaurdi's, dining out & shopping on-line!
Click the E-Scrip Online Mall to start shopping the web at sites like Amazon.com and Ebay!
Use GoodSearch.com for all your internet searches and earn money for our shelter at the same time! GoodSearch.com also offers GoodShop.com that will donate a percentage of your on-line purchases to our shelter as well!
Bucks County SPCA is now collecting items to recycle! You can turn your used items into cash for our shelter by simply dropping them off or mailing them to our shelter.
We are currently collecting the following items for recycling:
- Inkjet and laser toner cartridges
- cell phones and pda's
- old digital cameras
- GPS units
Redner's Save A Tape Program
Do you shop at Redner's Warehouse Markets? You can earn money for the Bucks County SPCA by participating in their Save A Tape program!
Donate a Used Vehicle
Do you have a used vehicle that you would like to “recycle”? The Bucks County SPCA can now benefit from your used vehicle donation, while you get a tax write off! For more information please call E-scrip/V-DAC programs at 1-800-456-5517 or visit their website at www.v-dac.com/
Donate a Bed Program
Would you like to make the life of a shelter dog more comfortable? Why not donate a bed! Kuranda Pet Beds has made it easy for you to donate a bed to the Bucks County SPCA. Simply click the link https://kuranda.com/catalog/select_donee.php and you can choose which size bed you would like to donate to the Bucks County SPCA. Once you have placed the order, the beds are shipped directly to our shelter, and you will receive a thank you notice via e-mail. Simply click, choose and feel good about the comfort you have provided for a dog at the Bucks County SPCA!
Donate "Stretch & Scratch"
These innovative new "Stretch & Scratch" scratchers will help our feline friends to feel more comfortable in our shelter environment. This wonderful new product also gives our kitties some mental stimulation in their kennels. If you would like to provide hours of fun for our feline residents, please visit http://www.stretchandscratch.com/ for more information and how to order. PurrrrPurr Purrrrr Meow! (Translation, "thanks for thinking of us!")
Donate a Thundershirt
The Thundershirt is an innovative, effective body wrap that uses gentle pressure to calm the nervous system. Similar to the T Touch method, the Thundershirt is easy to use and put on your dog. Many dog owners find that the Thundershirt helps relieve the anxieties associated with thunderstorms, noise and travel. You can help improve the qualitiy of life for hundreds of shelter dogs by donating one today! Simply click on the Tundershirt Logo below: