~What It Costs To Save Lives ~
~ Ways to Give ~
Make a One-Time Donation
- Your generous donation will allow us to provide life-saving services for animals in need. The above amount is a suggestion, all donations are welcome.
Be a Monthly Pet Partner
- Monthly donations provide us with a source of recurring support for our life-saving programs. Monthly donations are automatically deducted and donors are eligible for quarterly rewards. The above amount is a suggestion, all donations are welcome.
Help Feral Cats
- Funding of our feral cat program allows us to serve one of the most marginalized animal populations in our community and reduce the county′s cat euthanasia rate. The above amount is a suggestion, all donations are welcome.
Heal a Pet
- The Save-A-Pet Medical Fund helps to cover the cost of care for pets whose owners face financial hardship, allowing them to keep their pets rather than euthanizing or turning them in to a shelter. The above amount is a suggestion, all donations are welcome.
~ Creative Ways to Help ~
For an unprecedented eighth consecutive year, the Humane Society of Tampa Bay has earned Charity Navigator’s coveted 4-star rating for demonstrating strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency. Charity Navigator evaluates more than 1.5 million American charities and highlights efficient and transparent organizations to an evolving donor base that pursues responsibility in their charitable decisions.
The 4-star rating is Charity Navigator’s highest honor and indicates that the Humane Society of Tampa Bay exceeds industry standards, outperforms most charities in the field, and adheres to best practices and financial efficiency. Receiving this rating for eight consecutive years is an achievement reached by only 2% of charities nationwide and distinguishes the Humane Society of Tampa Bay as one of America’s top performing and most trustworthy charities.
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has served animals in Tampa Bay and throughout the southeast for more than 100 years. The Society is not affiliated with any national animal welfare organization and receives no state or federal funding.