The Anti-Cruelty Society

Summary

The Anti-Cruelty Society (also known as the SPCA of Illinois), founded in 1899, is a private, open-admission, unlimited stay humane society, committed to helping both animals and people. Our programs and services include: Cat and Dog Adoptions – over 5,000 annually; Low or No Cost Spay/Neuter surgeries open to the general public – over 11,000 annually; Cruelty Investigations and Rescue Services – over 2,600 annually; Humane Education and Community Outreach programs – over 25,000 participants annually. Other services include a charity veterinary clinic, dog training classes; a free behavior hotline; and short-term accommodations for emergencies program, providing temporary housing for pets whose owners have been involved in crisis situations, e.g., domestic violence, fire, flood, illness, or foreclosure.

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Donatehttp://www.anticruelty.org
Volunteer Infohttp://www.anticruelty.org
Willing to confirm volunteer time for employersNA
Registered Nonprofit (eg 501c3 in the USA)Yes
Charity Navigator Rating91.91

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