Make a Donation
AVA relies predominately on personal donations to pay for the costs of animal care, including veterinary expenses and food, as well as to support the Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program. 95% of the money we get through adoptions and donations goes towards care for the animal!
Make a donation on behalf of someone, in lieu of a birthday present or in memory of a loved one. AVA will send a card to the individual or family.
A cat food drive is a great alternative or addition to a traditional child’s birthday party!
Your donation, no matter how big or small, really makes a difference!
Donate to AVA
Donate to AVA online with CanadaHelps.org using the button above and receive an instant tax receipt for donations over $20.
Donate to AVA by mail by completing our Donation form and mailing it to AVA with your cheque or money order. An annual tax receipt will be mailed to you for donations over $20.
Action Volunteers for Animals
P.O. Box 18233 RPO Steeple Hill
Pickering ON L1V 0B8 (CANADA)
Make a donation on behalf of someone, in lieu of a present or In Memory of a loved one and AVA will send a card to the individual or family.
Where does my financial donation go?
Adoption donations only cover basic vetting. Many cats and almost all kittens need extra care. Here are some examples of what your donation, large or small, can do!
- $15 a month sponsors a feral cat in an outdoor colony for a month
- $20 a month sponsors a special needs foster cat (e.g., diabetic or epileptic) awaiting adoption
- $25 de-worming of one kitten
- $60 one set of vaccines for a cat or kitten
- $75 antibiotic injection for a cat
- $100-175 neutering of one cat
- $120 one X-ray for diagnosis
- $130 buys a humane trap
- $175-200 spays one cat
- $200 pays for blood work for one animal
- $300 pays for teeth cleaning
- $500-800 pays for minor dental work
- $1400 pays for major dental work
High Need Items
High need items can be donated at any of our adoptions centres.
Wet food, litter, pet carriers, large dog crates, scratching posts, cat condos, and other supplies are always in need.
From March to October we have a high need for kitten supplies: Kitten wet food, non-clumping litter, and powdered formula. Contact us to find out what supplies are most needed in our foster homes