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Your support helps stop overpopulation – the leading cause of death of healthy and treatable animals.

Please consider becoming a sustaining donor by contributing on a monthly basis. A small monthly gift of $5 adds up, and allows SNSI to spay/neuter at least one animal.

You can give a gift of any dollar amount and may cancel anytime you wish. Thank YOU for making a difference for Indiana’s cats and dogs!

SNSI wants every Indiana shelter to become a zero-kill shelter. Be part of SNSI’s success by supporting our work. SNSI is a small, cost-conscience organization focused on helping animal welfare groups, municipal shelters and limited-income pet owners. Together, we’re making a huge impact by preventing thousands upon thousands of animals from entering Indiana shelters. And, when animals do enter shelters, we help shelters get them fixed so they’re adoption-ready.

SNSI does not receive funding from the government, the United Way or from other large sources. We rely on grants, bequests, fundraisers, and the proceeds of the Pet Friendly license plate – and from individual donors like you. Your financial gift demonstrates that you share our mission and are committed to help Indiana’s shelters become no-kill.


By Mail:

SNSI
1100 W. 42nd Street, Suite 205
Indianapolis, IN 46208


Other Ways to Help:

If you’re interested in learning more, perhaps to determine if SNSI is the right organization for your future bequest, charitable trust or other gift, we’d be happy to talk to you. We’re incredibly proud of our programs and accomplishments to date, and would love to share our most recent information with you, including our plans for the future.

Please contact us at info@getthemfixed.org or at 317-762-0912, ext. 102.


Privacy Policy:

Rest assured, SNSI will not share your information with third parties.


SNSI’s Strategy:

Cities and entire states have been able to stop the killing of healthy and treatable animals by implementing spay/neuter programs, such as those run by SNSI. Consider these results:

Jacksonville, FL euthanasia rates have dropped by 75% since 2002.

Tampa, FL achieved a 50% drop in euthanasia between years 2003  2011.

Delaware achieved a 48% drop in euthanasia rates within four years of launching its low-income spay/neuter program.

New Hampshire experienced a 30% euthanasia reduction in just one year (1994-1995), and a 75% reduction in the first six years of its low-income spay/neuter program.

With your support, SNSI can do the same in Indiana. 


Please read our Winter Appeal Letter and then help be apart of the solution by making a donation.