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Together We Can Build a Brighter Future

Act today to help build a new home for your SPCA.

Time to Make a Difference

We are always proud to share stories like that of Cash, who was rehabilitated by the SPCA and is now serving the residents of Erie County in the New York State Troopers K-9 unit. Built in the 1960’s, the capabilities of our current facility have outgrown our mission. Every day we are faced with the opportunity to give the best possible care to every animal entrusted to us. Because our current space is not equipped for today’s shelter needs, we need a new building! A new building that not only meets the needs of the animals we serve, but one that allows us to treat the animals we currently have to turn away.

Act and Make an Impact

We are asking you, our community, to help us in this once-in-a-lifetime capital campaign. To do the right thing 100% of the time for every animal in need of care, we simply have to have a new physical location, space and facility. The right space and building empowers us to help all the sick and injured animals, house all the varied species, and welcome all who come to adopt their new best friends. Donate today, to help the SPCA build a better tomorrow.

Help Us Build a Better Home

Simply put, we can no longer meet our mission. Fortunately, the community has been wonderful and patient with us, but we know that this is no longer acceptable. Every animal that enters the SPCA has a reason for coming. No matter what the reason, every person at the SPCA strives to ensure that each day of care results in improvements to the mental and physical well-being of animals. In our effort to continue to evolve and best meet the needs of our community, we have come to the conclusion that we need a new place to call home. Please take time to donate today.


Together, let’s build a better tomorrow.

Check out this video to learn more about the benefits of a new facility.


Meet Cash, now named T.C., one of the many animals helped by the SPCA Serving Erie County.




Sometimes we just need space.