Being a shelter that runs solely on donations, missing out on our biggest fundraising events could have been devastating to our mission. Although our income went down, the expenses to operate our shelter and services remained the same.

Luckily, a friend of the Monmouth County SPCA offered to match donations up to $200,000 to help make up for the loss. After we launched our campaign and saw such an outpouring of generosity, our anonymous donor was inspired to increase the amount to $300,000 to even further help recover our funds.

Thanks to the support of donors like you, we’re happy to announce that we’ve reached our goal! There was no better time to have your impact doubled for the animals of Monmouth County and beyond!

Although many businesses were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MCSPCA remained open as an essential operation to serve the public through Animal Control, Law Enforcement and our Vogel Veterinary Care Center.

We’re SO incredibly grateful to serve our county and its animals. As always, thank you for helping us fulfill our mission, we couldn’t do it without you !

We were able to care for animals like Che-Che and many others, who lost their families or had to be rehomed due to COVID-19.
We were able to care for animals like Che-Che and many others, who lost their families or had to be rehomed due to COVID-19.
We have the resources to save animals that need extensive medical care, like Frenchie, who was found on the side of the road – pregnant and with a broken leg.
We have the resources to save animals that need extensive medical care, like Frenchie, who was found on the side of the road – pregnant and with a broken leg.
Kitten season started early and by the end of April we already had 100 in foster. To date we have over 200 and adoption appointments remain steady!
Kitten season started early and by the end of April we already had 100 in foster. To date we have over 200 and adoption appointments remain steady!

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