Available Sponsorships

Habitat Room Sponsorship

Habitat Room Sponsorship PlaqueOur dog and cat habitat rooms are the most visible area at the animal shelter. Located near the entrance, this area is designed to draw people into the very heart of the shelter and show adoptable cats and dogs in a relaxed, comfortable environment. This allows potential adopters to see how the animals behave in a room that is similar to one at home.

As a Premier Habitat Sponsor, your business or organization name will be displayed right outside these habitat rooms, and it will show your organization's commitment to the health and welfare of animals in your community.

Habitat room sponsorships are $1500 annually and are tax-deductible. Your organization or group's name will also be featured on our Sponsors webpage.

Kennel Sponsorship

Kennel Sponsorship SignAre you looking for an exciting opportunity to promote your business or organization? More than 50,000 people visit the shelter every year, looking for new additions to their family or just enjoying the building.

The shelter has more than 300 dog and cat kennels available for sponsorship opportunities. These kennels are the top-of-the-line in animal care and are a great place to get your name out.

Put your organization's name in front of thousands of people by becoming a Kennel Sponsor for $250 annually. This sponsorship is tax-deductible.

Recognition Wall Glass Tile

Are you looking for a chance to show off your shelter animal and support the shelter animals at the same time? By purchasing a beautiful, one-of-a-kind 4" x 4", hand-crafted glass tile for our recognition wall, you will be able to select a dog or cat print and choose a personal message that either celebrates the life of a deceased pet or honors a living one.

These handmade tiles and its placement on the Recognition Wall is $120.Recognition Glass Tiles 

Sponsorship Form

The state-of-the-art Animal Care facility offers a wide range of corporate sponsorship opportunities, including advertising partnerships, naming rights, and other programs. Be part of saving lives. 

Learn about other ways to help the animals at the shelter.