My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Spay-Neuter Assistance Program, Inc., Houston, TX, USA
SNAP is an amazing organization that is truly on the front lines of the animal overpopulation crisis. Because of SNAP hundreds and hundreds of thousands of animals have been saved from being euthanized in shelters. The only way to effectively get close to no-kill status is to have an effective spay and neuter strategy. As far as money goes, your money goes the farthest with SNAP than nearly any other organization. With each 60.00 donation, SNAP can spay or neuter an animal on the mobile clinic for free for someone who cannot otherwise provide this service for their animal. SNAP is just as appreciative for the donations of materials and small cash donations as larger sponsorships because every penny goes straight to the animals! A donation to SNAP either from an organization or private individual is one of the most effective ways to support the animal community. SNAP's wellness services are an excellent option for all individuals to keep the cost of pet ownership low while providing top level care for your pet with heartworm and flea preventative and regular vaccinations. I have always been incredibly thankful and happy with the services my animals have received either through the spay/neuter surgery center or the wellness clinic and cannot recommend SNAP enough.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The personal level of care for my animals and the knowledge of the staff. The appreciation for every dollar raised and every donation made.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Positive and caring individuals who are passionate about animals.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Start to effectively control the animal overpopulation crisis and prevent the death of animals due to preventable diseases by education the public on the importance of wellness and spay/neuter.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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