We are an IRS approved 501(c)(3) charity and donations to Southern Counties Rescue, Inc. are tax deductible.
We are also an entirely volunteer organization with no paid employees. Before a cat can be adopted, he or she must be spayed/neutered, tested for FELV/FIV, vaccinated, dewormed, given flea protection, and microchipped. Along with a vet visit, the costs per cat regularly exceed adoption fees. Many cats have additional medical needs that must be addressed before they can be adopted.
We therefore greatly appreciate any cash donations, which can be made by clicking this button to donate via PayPal (no account required):
If you prefer, you can send us a check to our postal address:
Southern Counties Rescue, Inc.
PO Box 1399
Brawley, CA 92227
Other ways you can support us:
You can buy items directly from our Amazon Wish List or our Chewy Wish List. These items will be sent directly to us to support our cats, kittens, and bottle babies.
iGive allows you to shop at over 1,700 web stores and support Southern Counties Rescue while you do. Visit iGive and complete the free sign-up. Choose Southern Counties Rescue (Brawley, CA) as your charity. Then install the browser plugin, review your settings, and start shopping!
Ralphs Grocery’s community contribution program also donates to charitable organizations based on the amount shoppers spend. To register:
- Visit Ralphs and register your reward card, if you haven’t previously
- Click on your name in the upper right hand corner, then select Your Account
- On the left, look for “Community Rewards,” in the menu, then click Enroll
- Enter EX929 in the search box.
- Select Southern Counties Rescue and click Enroll.
Your donations go directly to help rescue cats and kittens, and for emergencies like this one…
Meet Willy. On the day we rescued him, he looked like this, suffering from several parasites and the aftermath of an animal attack. We took him to the vet and spent over $1100 on his vet bills.
Six months later…
Willy was healed and happy. Adopted by one of our foster parents, he’s become quite the wrangler and babysitter for the other foster kittens in the house.