A household pet can bring joy to a family, and in some cases, they make a family.

Bailey's Champs

We’re pleased to provide the following grants to Bailey’s Champs, caring, competent providers and organizations that are building capacity, creating opportunities that strengthening the importance of the human-animal bond in personal, occupational, and therapeutic capacities, and promoting responsible, loving pet-ownership.

Grants 2024

Grants Awarded January 2024

SPCA of Cattaraugus County
$15,000 to purchase essential surgical equipment and clinic supplies to provide spay / neuter surgeries and other life-saving procedures, in-house, in preparation for adoption.

Humane Society of Yates County
$8,000 to purchase spay / neuter supplies and essential animal care equipment to maintain ongoing, in-house high quality veterinary care for shelter and community cats and dogs.

Humane Society at Lollypop Farm
$5,000 to support the SNIP (Spay Neuter Incentive Program) which provides low-cost spay / neuter services to owned cats and dogs whose owners face accessibility and affordability barriers.

SPCA Serving Erie County
$4,000 towards the OASIS (Owned Animal Subsidy & Intervention Service) program that offers medical assistance to economically disadvantaged residents of Erie County to keep the pet with its owner.

Florida Coastal Cocker Rescue
$3,000 towards emergency veterinary procedures including tumor excisions, eye enucleations, hernia repair, and other life-saving procedures for small breed dogs in the SWFL region.

Humane Society Naples
$2,000 to support Pawsitive Interactions, a Humane Education program teaching safe interactions with pets to elementary and middle school age children in the Collier County community.

Chautauqua County Humane Society
$2,000 to purchase and place microchips in shelter and community cats and dogs to prevent lost and displaced animals.

Updated Feb 2024