Each year, the PEI Humane Society helps hundreds of stray, abandoned and homeless companion animals. We are a not-for-profit charitable organization that relies on the generosity of our individual and corporate donors to help continue our programs and services.
- Strapped for cash but still want to help? Here are some alternate ways to give!
- Print a Copy or our Air Miles Collector Card
- Animal Care Items
- Department of Animal Protection Services
- AVC Humane Dog Training Program
- Development Department
- Items needed for the Shelter’s interior
- Items needed for the Shelter’s exterior
- Administrative Supplies
- The PEI Humane Society couldn’t run without the help from it’s volunteers. Donate your time in services!
If you are interested in pursuing one of items or if you have any questions, please contact Marketing and Development Manager, Leanne Cail , via email at email@example.com or by phone at 902-892-1190.
Please be advised we are no longer collecting toner cartridges for recycling, or shredded paper for kennels. Thank you to all those that participated in these fundraisers!
ALTERNATE WAYS TO GIVE
Rolled Coin, Cash or “in kind” donations of Wish List Items
Canadian Tire $$$ used to buy supplies
Sherwood Drugmart “Perks” dollars
Dollarama gift cards
Collect Air Miles using the PEI Humane Society Collector
Card Number. Click here to print a copy.
ANIMAL CARE ITEMS
Non-clumping cat litter – (This is one of our highest expenses!)
Canned cat food and dog food, pate-style preferred over chunks&gravy (we’re very fortunate to receive all our dry cat and dog food from pet food supplier K9 Shop. We are currently using Tuffy’s/Nutrisource brand pet food)
Hypoallergenic veterinary diets for cats or dogs
All types of clean, washable toys for cats and dogs – ex. “Kongs”, squeaky or pet-friendly stuffed toys
All types of pet treats (without food colouring, please)
Canned tuna in water, low sodium
Tricky Treat Balls for cats and dogs
Greenies Pill Pockets for cats and dogs
Stainless steel food and water dishes for dogs and cats
“Aspen” shavings and “Carefresh” animal bedding (no pine or cedar please)
Oxbow brand rabbit and guinea pig pellets (available at Global Pet Foods, Blue Ribbon Pet Supply and PetSmart)
Dried apple branches from your apple tree at home, which are non toxic chews for rodents and rabbits
Royal Canin “Medi-Treats” for dogs and cats - small animals love them too! Available at Veterinary Clinics
Woodstove pellets or Yesterday’s News for rabbit and ferret litter
Feliway – Spray for cats can be purchased from your local Veterinary clinic
Powdered Laundry detergent
Liquid Dishwasher detergent
Liquid dish detergent
Clear Garbage bags – 13 and 30 gallon sizes
Disposable latex and non-latex gloves (size medium)
Clean gently-used facecloths, hand towels, blankets
Walkie talkies, durable and water resistant
Q – tips
Bathroom floor mats (for kennels and housing areas)
Adaptil. (Adaptil is a synthetic copy of the natural comforting pheromone released by a mother dog to reassure her puppies.) – spray or collars for dogs ( can be purchased from your local Veterinary clinic)
ANIMAL PROTECTION SERVICES
Gift Certificates or cash donations for: car washes, windshield washer fluid, motor oil, and disposable gloves
Mark’s Work Warehouse Coupon Vouchers
Battery Booster Pack with Air Compressor
AVC HUMANE DOG TRAINING PROGRAM
New or gently-used collars and leashes. We do not use pinch collars, prong
collars or shock collars
Freeze Dried Liver Treats for training
Projector (compatible with laptop for a variety of presentations)
AA re-chargeable batteries and unit
SHELTER INTERIOR – Administration Areas
New energy efficient general lighting fixtures to replace existing fluorescent lighting fixtures throughout the building. Varying sizes.
Commercial “sliding letter” reader board for front lawn
Windsor Pet Care Ice Melt (salt & chloride free)
Photocopier paper (white and coloured)
New banker boxes
Wifi enabled Tablet(s)(to fill out online application forms on-site or to use for the same purpose at events off-site)
Volunteers play an important role at the Society by helping with a variety of task such as, dog walking, cat care, rabbit and critter care, laundry, errands, and helping out at a special event. In addition, we have a Pet Foster Volunteer program where a volunteer opens their home to an animal with special needs or when there’s temporarily no room at the Society. We will provide the food, supplies and when needed medication.