Your donation makes a vital difference in saving the lives of German Shorthaired Pointers! We rely completely on the kindness and generosity of individual donors like you - we receive no government funding. Donate today and feel the joy!
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so your contribution is deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please consult your tax advisor.
If you’d prefer to write a check, please make it payable to NorCal GSP Rescue and send it to:
NorCal GSP Rescue
P.O. Box 933
Menlo Park, CA 94026
Or use our optional Print and Mail Your Donation form.
We never share any information about our donors, but may publicly recognize individuals on our website or other electronic or print materials.
Please let us know if you prefer to be excluded from any public disclosures.
How does your donation help?
$5 = Five days of pain medication
$10 = Flea treatment for 2 dogs
$25 = Seizure medication for 4 months
$50 = Vet visit or heartworm test
$100 = Vaccinations for 4 dogs
$150 = Dog food for 3 months
$250 = Spay & pain meds
$500 = Dental cleaning
$1,000 = Emergency vet visit
$5,000 = Orthopedic surgery (knees, hips, spine, shoulders)
$50,000 = Funds vet costs for a year
With your help, we never have to turn away a dog that's older or needs extensive care.
More Ways to Support NorCal GSP Rescue
Company Matching / Volunteer Grants
A company match is when companies provide funds to match an employee's donation. Retirees and spouses are often eligible too. Couples with different employers may be eligible for a match from each employer. A volunteer grant is when companies provide a donation for every hour an employee volunteers or once the employee reaches a certain threshold.
Your employer may offer convenient payroll deduction, whether for a one-time gift or a monthly Guardian Angel donation, through a portal such as Benevity or YourCause, or via the United Way. Ask your HR department. California State Employees use code 25893 for Our Promise.
All funds raised will be used to benefit our programs and animals.
If a particular need has been met, any funds above and beyond will be used to help other dogs in need.