The Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We depend on donations to pay for adoption promotions, as well as specialized medical care, food and toys for the animals at the shelter.
You also can donate by sending a check to: Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter 3111 Route 38, Suite 11 #238 Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
Help us feed community cat colonies
Our monthly cat food donor program provides caregivers dry and canned cat food. For $20 each month, your gift of cat food can help ensure community cats don’t go hungry. If you’d like to buy the food yourself and deliver to a caregiver, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will provide you with a list of preferred dry and canned cat food. Thank you!
Join the community cat food donor program.
Save A Senior
Anyone can sponsor a senior pet through the Save A Senior program (pets aged 8+). You donate the adoption fee of $75 for a dog or $45 for a cat, which pays the adoption fee for an approved adopter. To sponsor a senior or for more information, email Alice at email@example.com or call 732-598-2230.
Second Chances program: help injured/sick cats and dogs
Second chances are what we’ll provide injured/sick cats and dogs with your monthly gift designated to advanced medical care. Funds are used for animals who require medical care beyond the capabilities of the Burlington County Animal Shelter. Medical expenses are the Friends BCAS’ largest spending category every year. The shelter may take in a dog that is heartworm positive or a cat with a broken leg. Many animals end up at the shelter because their owners cannot afford medical care. Lil’ Bear the dog got his second chance, thanks to the generosity of our supporters.
Your support can ensure we’ll always have funds available for injured/sick cats and dogs. If you believe in second chances, make a monthly gift for advanced medical care.
Many corporations have matching donation programs. Check with your human resources department to see if your company has such a program and how to enroll.
Leaving a gift in your will/estate, also called planned giving, is another way you can support the Friends of BCAS. Planned gifts are one of the most effective ways to ensure that the Friends of BCAS can carry on its mission of saving lives for years to come. Moreover, supporting a local charity this way can make a huge impact in saving lives in your own backyard into the future. Planned giving can also provide you financial advantages and takes many forms. Read more…
Other Ways to Donate
For our wishlist and for more information about donating items, please click here.
Cat Trap Wishlist
The Friends of BCAS can always use more cat traps to help people trap, neuter, and return community cats to the field. Please visit our Tomahawk wishlist page to donate a trap or two.
Donate your old vehicle
Friends of BCAS is now a partner in the CARS program, which allows people to donate a car or any other type of vehicle, including trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, ATVs and even boats. CARS sells the vehicle and Friends of BCAS gets the price of the sale as a donation. You can call 855-500-7433 or visit the Friends of BCAS CARS page to get started.
WoofTrax dog walking app
The Walk for a Dog app, created by WoofTrax, allows people to raise money for animal groups, such as Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter, simply by walking a dog.
Here’s how it works: Download the app from the Apple App Store (for iPhones) or Google Play (for Android phones). Once the app is installed, select “Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter” as the organization you want to walk for. Each time you walk a dog, start the app. It tracks how far you walk. About four times a year, WoofTrax makes a donation to the groups selected by the walkers. The more walkers that pick Friends of BCAS, the more money we raise. For more information, visit: www.wooftrax.com. It’s an easy way to donate just by doing something you already do!
Shop through Chewy.com
We’re proud to be a member of the Chewy.com Rescue Referral Program, which allows people to donate to our group by shopping at Chewy.com.
Here’s how it works: For each new customer that makes a purchase at Chewy.com through the Friends of BCAS special referral page, our group gets donation points; each month, the points are converted into a cash donation. It’s an easy way to donate by buying food and other supplies for your pets. Please know this is for new customers only.
Shopping with iGive
The Friends of BCAS is a member of iGive.com. You simply sign up on the iGive website, select Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter as your charity and then click on the iGive button on individual online shopping sites.
Nearly 2,000 stores participate, including Petco, Staples, Crate & Barrel, and Best Buy.
According to iGive, it donates on average $100 a year for every person who shops! Think of all the animals you can help just by doing something you were already going to do.
1-800-PetMeds donates non-prescription items to our group. The company also is launching an affiliate program which the Friends of BCAS hope to be a part of.
Honor your pet with a memory tile
These beautiful tiles allow you to create a lasting tribute to your beloved pet while helping other animals. The tile can feature a picture of your pet (alive or deceased), as well as a memorial message, birth and death dates or an inspirational message. A 4.25- x 4.25-inch is a $50 donation and a 8- x 8-inch tile is a $100 donation. Your tile can be displayed in the hallway at the Burlington County Animal Shelter or you can take your tile home to display as you like. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or check out the memory tile brochure.
Is TD Bank your bank?
TD Bank’s Affinity Membership Program is an easy way to help us raise money at no cost to you. You qualify if you have an existing checking, savings or CD account or plan to open a new checking account at TD Bank. Visit or call the TD Bank Lumberton Store at 609-702-1455 to tell them you are a friend of Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter (AH159). You can also email your name and address (account number NOT needed) to Penny at email@example.com. She’ll contact TD on your behalf.
Is Republic Bank your bank?
Republic Bank will make an annual contribution to FOBCAS based on the average balance of our volunteer and supporters accounts. If you have an account with Republic, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and phone number (account number NOT needed). We will send this information to Republic and they will match it to the Affinity program. That’s it! If you have family and friends that bank with Republic, tell them to contact Republic to join the Affinity program for FOBCAS. Our Membership Number is AF33.
BISSELL Partners for Pets Program
BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money and you can help, too. When you purchase pet products on bissell.com and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter.
- shop pet products on www.bissell.com
- enter the code ADOPT at checkout
- select Friends of BCAS from the dropdown menu
Learn more at www.bissell.com/partnersforpets.
Did you know that eBay lets you buy and sell new and used items to help charities like the Friends of BCAS? You can donate from 10 percent to 100 percent of the sale and eBay will refund that same percentage of your basic fees. You don’t need an eBay account to buy, but you will need one to sell. Visit our the Friends of BCAS eBay charity page to find more information about how to sell and to see current listings that benefit the Friends of BCAS.