Capital Campaign Donor Recognition

$1 – 199

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  • Your name on our website
  • Our gratitude

$200 – 499

  • Your name on our website
  • Your name on a featured wall graphic (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Our enthusiastic gratitude

$500 – 999

  • Your name on our website
  • Your name on a featured wall graphic (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Your name in advertising, thanking our donors
  • Your name, etched as a paw print, on our hospital windows and doors (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Our very enthusiastic gratitude

$1000+

  • Your name on our website
  • Your name on a featured wall graphic (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Your name in advertising, thanking our donors
  • Your name, etched as a paw print, on our hospital entry window (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Your animal, professionally photographed, and featured on a beautiful wall mural (recognition dependent on size of gift)
  • Our eternal gratitude

Please join us in this community campaign – be a part of our NO-KILL revolution.
When you give… They live!

Donate to the RAPS Capital Campaign

Corporate Naming Opportunities

Naming Rights of Animal Hospital

$1 Million

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Naming Rights of Animal Hospital Components

Your company’s logo will be featured on a plaque.

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$100,000

Sponsor an Ambulance

A tragic incident occurred when a dog that had been adopted from RAPS died of a twisted intestine after medical attention was delayed. An ambulance will ensure every animal receives timely attention and treatment.

$75,000

Sponsor an Exam Room

Isabelle came to us after suffering extensive burns in a fire. She underwent many treatments that would have been out of the question in a shelter that does not have RAPS’ NO-KILL ethos. Repeated and extensive examinations are often necessary in complicated cases.

$50,000

Sponsor an X-Ray Room

Artona came to RAPS after apparently being hit by a car. The X-ray indicated a severely broken pelvis, requiring multiple surgeries. In most jurisdictions, Artona would have been euthanized but, at RAPS, the X-ray was the beginning of a long but successful recovery. Artona is doing great!

$25,000

Sponsor a Bathing / Grooming Room

When Mitzi came to us, her skin was painfully enflamed due to allergies. We identified the problem and applied necessary treatment. Cleaning and grooming animals is one of the first and most important things we do with a new arrival. It is an opportunity to identify external problems and make animals feel good again!

Thank you for your support!