As we continue to monitor COVID-19 and recommended procedures, we have decided to postpone shelter events until further notice. The health and safety of our staff, animals and volunteers continues to be our number one priority. If you would like to partner with Great Plains SPCA for a future event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Businesses, restaurants, organizations and other groups who want to support our work for pets can choose to help Great Plains SPCA with their own events. We are happy to partner on these events and spread the word of your good work. Interested in hosting a third party event? We’d love to have your support! Click here to see our Facebook Events Calendar.
Do you want to donate to Great Plains SPCA, but don’t have the cash to spare? Sell your stuff at our yard sale and donate your proceeds to the shelter! You clean out your house, someone gets a new treasure and the animals benefit! Or donate $20 to rent a table and keep what you earn. Reserve a Table
Interested in Hosting an Event for Great Plains SPCA?
Thank you for your interest in raising funds to support Great Plains SPCA! The work you do directly supports the nearly 5,000 animals we care for each year. We love working with the community on events and because we get so many requests, we have created some guidelines for what to expect and what GPSPCA can commit to.
What is a Community or Third-Party Event?
A community or third-party event is any fundraising activity that benefits GPSPCA and is organized by a non-affiliated group or individual. We generally do not do off-site adoption events, rather we focus on fundraisers and events to raise awareness of and get exposure for GPSPCA.
The path to launching a community fundraising event begins with an idea and a plan of action that you present to GPSPCA. You and/or your group submit your application which becomes an agreement about expectations from GPSPCA’s involvement, whether with animals or volunteers, and the commitment you and/or your group is making for the event.
What Happens Next?
We love community events and are so excited to work with you! Here’s what to expect:
First, we review your application and event proposal and evaluate it for fit with our organization’s mission and objectives as well as feasibility and timing. Once approved, we will reach out and provide guidance for your event and if it meets our publicity threshold, discuss ways we can help inform our membership and the community about your event.
Please know that while we strive to support community fundraising events to the greatest extent possible with the resources we have, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to support every event.