Donate

The quickest way to give back

Making a donation is the easiest way to help! Our transport, foster, adoption and sponsorship programs are fully funded through donations, adoption fees and grants! No amount is too little. 100% of every donation goes to saving animals. Every donation is tax deductible

We also accept supplies as donations! Gently used dog supplies can always be dropped at our vet office in Polaris (8928 S Old State Rd #8401, Lewis Center, OH).

 

Check out our Amazon wishlist for things we always need. Puppy food is always a top priority for us!

How do I donate?

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Make a one time donation 

payments@stopthesuffering.org

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Contribute monthly to further help save lives!

Send a check!

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Venmo us!

@stopthesuffering

PO Box 21703

Columbus, OH 43221-0703

Give back through others!

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Doing some shopping on Amazon? We'd love to get your support through Amazon Smile. It's easy to get started. Simply visit smile.amazon.com and sign into your account. When it prompts you to choose an organization, enter "Stop the Suffering".

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We can always use treats, stimulation toys, leashes, and other supplies.  Drop an Amazon Wishlist item or two in your cart next time you are shopping on Amazon or Amazon Smile!

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Link your Kroger Rewards card to STS by visiting the community rewards page and entering the STS account number JS607.   Each time you shop, we'll receive a portion of what you spend. You can help save lives and best of all it doesn't cost you anything at all!

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Order a Barkbox using our custom page and Barkbox will donate $25 to Stop the Suffering. It's a win-win.

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Provides vaccination against distemper/parvo or rabies

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Provides one microchip for a lost dog to return home

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Allows us to run a fecal screen for parasites
Covers one diagnostic test for tick borne disease and heart worm
Allows an X-ray for an injured dog

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