$10.00 - $500.00
Donor(s) will receive a custom notification, by email, to share with family/friends of loved one.
"Any Reason" Gift Donation e-Card
$10.00 - $500.00
Want to honor or recognize a "dog-loving" friend or relative? Select the donation amount and we will send out an eCard to let them know.
Why is Financial Support Important?
When you donate to The Maggie Society, you can be assured that you are truly making a difference for the dogs that come into the program. Your financial support goes towards helping with the many costs associated with rescuing an animal.
The Maggie Society is a foster-based rescue. Each dog or puppy is cared for, in a home, through a foster volunteer or foster family who is committed to making a difference in a dog's life. Donations may be used to help cover the costs of foster supplies such as food, treats, crate/bedding, cleaning supplies, leash, collar, and toys.
All of our foster dogs receive vet care which includes, but is not limited to, deworming, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, vaccines (DHPP, Bordetella, rabies). Every dog, prior to adoption, is spayed or neutered, as a step towards reducing the overpopulation of animals. If a dog comes into our program, relatively healthy, the basic vetting for a healthy start is already costly. Unfortunately, most rescued animals have other health issues in which veterinary expenses can really add up. Some of the dogs that we take in are in desperate need of grooming, not as a cosmetic need but as the next step to get the dog on its way to improved health. Skin conditions, mange, parasites, flea infestations, broken bones, cuts, and wounds are all a part of rescue.
Many puppies that come from private homes are the result of an accidental litter. To prevent future litters, The Maggie Society commits to spaying the mother dog when all puppies are surrendered to our program. We refer to these dogs as "community dogs". When money is available, we may offer this service to other unaltered dogs in the home.
A large number of adult dogs entering our program are positive for heartworms as they are often not vetted and lack preventative care. Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung damage, heart failure, other organ damage, and ultimately, the death in dog if left untreated, Treatment is expensive, but made possible through donations and funds raised to get these animals healthy and ready for adoption.
There are so many ways to donate towards life-saving efforts for the dogs and puppies that The Maggie Society commits to helping. Whether making a one time donation, a recurring donation, or a donation in honor or memory of a loved one, every dollar helps a dog in need and prepares them for a life with a loving human. For more information about donations, visit our "Donation Station" at the bottom of the page.
When a loved one passes, families may request donations to The Maggie Society as a way to honor a pet lover's memory. So that your gift may be properly acknowledged, please use the "memorial donation" link provided below.
These items are ALWAYS NEEDED and can be picked up practically anywhere...and are needed all year long! If your organization, team, or group is looking to help The Maggie Society, consider hosting a drive and requesting items from the list below.
Shop Our Online Supporters
There are numerous online sellers who are "rescue friendly" We are pleased to network with these companies and earn rewards are donations through the special links and coupon codes provided.
Use our Amazon Wishlist to donate and ship directly to The Maggie Society
Chewy shares your passion for pets. Help them make an even greater impact by donating items to The Maggie Society through our Wish List.
Click on "Max & Neo" button for our rescue link! Enter the custom coupon code: themaggiesociety10
to save 10% on your purchase. In addition, The Maggie Society will receive a 10% Credit towards future purchases.
Shopping online at Walmart? Round up and donate your change to the Maggie Society!
*Photos are of actual dogs and puppies that have been helped through the Maggie Society