Paw It Forward Campaign


Make a Difference

We need your paws to bring awareness to our cause! Help the animals in need at Asheville Humane Society by joining the 2nd Annual Paw It Forward Campaign presented by Dog Tag Art! This online crowdfunding campaign, running from May 30 to June 24, aims to support the most medically at-risk animals in our community. These animals need YOU to be their voice. Sign up as an individual, as part of a team with friends/co-workers, or have your pet be the face of your campaign!
Once you click the “Start Fundraising” button, follow the simple steps to set up your page. Add a profile picture and write about your "ins-paw-ration” for joining our cause. In minutes, you can start sharing your page with friends and family on social media, email and text!
Without the generous support of our donors, Asheville Humane Society would not be able to afford the vast amount of x-rays, surgeries, dentals and other vital procedures and treatments that many of our animals need to live and thrive.

This year, the Paw It Forward goal is $45,000, and all of the funds raised will be used to treat animals who need extensive medical care to reach the quality of life they deserve...a life worth living. 
Your participation in Paw It Forward will help provide life-saving medical care to the sick and injured animals who are waiting for their second chance. And to celebrate your campaign successes, Asheville Humane Society will be hosting a Paw It Forward Block Party on Saturday, June 24 from 5-8 PM with live music, food trucks, games and more!
YOU can make a difference. Spread the word about our mission and track every dollar you raise! Your donations, both big and small, will have a dramatic impact on local animals in need!

If you can't join the campaign, please donate by clicking HERE! Every little bit helps!

By the Numbers:
$10 provides pain medication for 2 suffering pets
$20 provides heartworm tests for 8 dogs
$30 provides 2 pets with a microchip to ensure they can be identified if lost
$40 provides 3 animals with diagnostic bloodwork
$50 provides one animal with spay/neuter surgery to help reduce pet overpopulation
$75 provides veterinary health checks for 15 animals before they are relocated to a  partner shelter
$100 provides vaccines for 50 animals
$250 provides a dental cleaning that is essential for the health of 1 senior pet
$500 provides veterinary assistance to 3 or more at-risk pets in our community, keeping them in their homes and out of the shelter
$750 provides food for 100 neonatal kittens who were separated from their mom
$1000 provides life-saving surgery for 1 animal
$2500 provides orthopedic surgery for 1 animal

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