Central Alberta Humane Society "Falling for PAWS" 50/50 Fundraiser! 2023
winner takes $9,005
Sales EndedFri Dec 29 2023
Fri Sep 01 2023
Fri Dec 29 2023
Fri Dec 29 2023
12:00PM at 4505 77 Street Red Deer, AB T4P 2J11
Ticket Number: C-9059
Drawn On: Fri Dec 29 2023
Central Alberta Humane Society (CA Humane) is so excited to announce our "Falling for Paws!" online 50/50 fundraiser - Support CA Humane and buy your tickets for a chance to Win!
Who We Are
From humble beginnings as Parkland Humane SPCA in 1976, we became the Red Deer & District SPCA (for the Society of Cruelty to Animals) in 2000, then amended our name to the Central Alberta Humane Society (for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in 2017. While generations and names have changed, the base commitment to help animals in need and prevent cruelty to animals remains consistent and strong.
What does the Central Alberta Humane Society (CA Humane) do for our community?
- Medical care and rehoming for stray, homeless or abused companion animals
- Pet adoption – we are part of the solution. Our shelter pets have been spayed/neutered, microchipped, provided with a full health check, and are up to date on all vaccinations
- Pet Lost & Found Services – we have a dedicated platform and work with other organizations to get pets back home to their families
- Pet surrender services
- Our PALS (Prevent Another Litter Subsidy) Program – reduced fee spay and neuter program for low-income pet owners
- Emergency Boarding services for individuals in crisis or temporarily displaced
- A Pet Food Bank program for individuals needing temporary assistance
- Inclusive volunteering and pet fostering programs, including programs for adults with disabilities
- Children and youth day and summer camps
- Humane education youth presentations
- City of Red Deer dog licensing
- Dignified pet cremation services.
CA Humane is a not-for-profit charitable organization that is not government funded but rather supported through public donations and a variety of fundraising efforts like this 50/50.
We are committed to helping animals and the community, and inspiring change through education.
Our Vision and Values
We are a compassionate engaged community that respects and supports animals’ rights to the five essential freedoms:
- Freedom from thirst, hunger, and malnutrition
- Freedom from discomfort
- Freedom from pain, injury, and disease
- Freedom to express normal behavior
- Freedom from fear and distress
We sincerely thank those who give so generously, both with their volunteer time and monetary donations.