SNSI Has a New Address!
Please be sure to use our new address to ensure your mail is received.
1100 W. 42nd Street, Suite 205, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Once you sit in a Subaru, you’ll stay.
Are you or someone you know in the market for a new car? Did you know that for each new Subaru sold, Tom Wood Subaru makes a donation to a charitable organization? SNSI is pleased to be one of the recipients of The Subaru Love Promise campaign.
The Indy-based Subaru dealer sums up their commitment to its community like this: “The Subaru Love Promise is just that. A promise. It is a promise to do right by our community by partnering with nonprofit education, health, community, environment, and animal organizations – to set Subaru apart through our deeds and the deeds of our partners. To be unlike any other car company by doing what is right and good, just for the sake of doing it.”
Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana provides spay & neuter assistance.
SNSI helps Hoosiers get them fixed by providing low-cost surgery certificates to limited-income individuals and free surgery certificates to 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare groups and municipal shelters. A statewide network of veterinarians graciously discount their services for our clients, and SNSI pays the remaining cost. Since our inception in 1977, we have helped more than 85,000 families spay or neuter their pets.
In addition to providing direct services, SNSI also works to provide information regarding resources in your area. Learn more by visiting our Indiana Animals Resources Listed by County map.
2014 was an amazing year – because of you. Click here to donate to SNSI and make 2015 even better.
The Spay-Neuter Assistance Program is for limited income pet owners. Pet owners pay $20 per surgery in SNSI’s statewide network after meeting eligibility requirements.
Help us further our mission.
Donate, purchase a Pet Friendly License Plate, sign up for a FREE Energy Assessment, or volunteer for SNSI.
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