Businesses that partner with the BC SPCA show that standing up for animals is good business. Small and large businesses across B.C. invest in our lifesaving work to help animals in need in many ways:
- Sponsorships of events and programs
- Sharing proceeds from sales
- Employee giving programs and by matching employees’ gifts
- Donations of funds or in-kind contributions
Do you want to Give Back through the BC SPCA? Contact Breanna Kray, Senior Officer, Corporate Relations, at 778-786-2619 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can become a Business that Gives Back to the BC SPCA.
Thank you to the following Businesses that Give Back, for being there for our communities’ most vulnerable animals.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition provides food for all dogs and cats that are cared for in BC SPCA shelters across the province, and sends every newly adopted pet home with a Hill’s sample bag of pet food and coupons to ensure a happy and healthy start to their new lives.
Hill’s is the presenting partner of Paws for a Cause, and also proudly sponsors Treat Week, the Fall Head Over Tails in Love adoption event, and was recognized as the BC SPCA’s Caring Company of the Year in 2010 and 2018.
Using the BMO® BC SPCA Mastercard®* means you can save animals with your everyday purchases.
That’s because with every purchase, BMO makes a contribution to the BC SPCA at no cost to you – and you still earn rewards. Cardholders have helped raise more than $1.6 million since 1999! .25% of net retail sales is donated to the BC SPCA, with no minimum or maximum amount guaranteed per year.
BMO Bank of Montreal is also proud to be a sponsor of Treat Week.
It’s important to keep pets healthy, so Petsecure Pet Health Insurance offers six weeks of complimentary pet insurance to every cat and dog adopted from the BC SPCA. In addition, Petsecure generously makes a donation of $20-50 to the BC SPCA for every BC SPCA adopter who signs up to continue their insurance – raising more than $30,000 each year! (No minimum or maximum amount guaranteed).
CTV is a media partner of the BC SPCA, with CTV Weathercaster Ann Luu serving as our official CTV spokesperson. CTV proudly promotes our events throughout the year, including Paws for a Cause presented by Hill’s Science Diet and our Lottery for animals in need. CTV Morning Live hosts weekly segments featuring BC SPCA animals up for adoption.
Nude Beverages ensures humans can celebrate and support animals at the same time by donating 1% of gross profits from sales within B.C. to the BC SPCA (no minimum or maximum amount guaranteed). Julius Makarewicz, CEO, was also one of our top fundraisers at our 2018 Lock-In for Love event at our Vancouver shelter, and is stepping up again for 2019 Lock-In for Love.
The official restoration company of the BC SPCA, Canstar Restorations, supports our mission by donating a portion of their proceeds through cause marketing, which the company then matches with a donation of equal value. They aim for a minimum donation of $15,000 annually with no maximum amount in place. They also support our mission through employee-driven fundraisers for Treat Week.
For every online order of its custom-fit vehicle pet seat covers, which allow you to ride in comfort and protect your seats when you travel with your furry friends, ShearComfort donates $1 to the BC SPCA, up to $8,500 each year.
Pacific Coastal Airlines generously donates space on its flights to transport animals to and from BC SPCA shelters across the province. In 2018, Pacific Coastal donated 124 flights worth more than $15,000. These flights allow animals to receive urgent medical care and gives animals their best chance of adoption by moving them to shelters in more populated areas.
We also thank these local businesses who generously share their proceeds with us to save animals in need in their communities and around B.C.
Knife sharpening and gift wrapping by donation.
5% of all purchases is donated when customers choose the BC SPCA as their charity of choice. (No minimum or maximum amount guaranteed per year).
1% of all sales go towards the BC SPCA each year. (No minimum or maximum amount guaranteed per year).