Around five years ago I started volunteering at Acadiana Animal Aid as a dog walker. I have cut grass, consoled frightened puppies, worked with male adverse large breeds, pooped scooped, loaded many beautiful dogs for transport to their forever home and was honored to join the Board. Thru this interaction with the dedicated employees and volunteers I realized the funding needs required to operate this huge operation that saves over 2000 lives a year. Becoming a Guardian Angel has helped round out what I always say, “Acadiana Animal Aid does Good Work”.
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Donate Year-Round as a Guardian Angel
We are committed to caring for the homeless pets of Acadiana until they all have a home. We invite individuals and businesses that share our passion to contribute monthly as a Guardian Angel. Guardian Angels provide support for Acadiana Animal Aid pets every day through their recurring donations. As a Guardian Angel, your donation will ensure every pet that comes through our door receives a warm welcome, medical care, food, shelter, enrichment and the promise of a loving home.
Acadiana Animal Aid is especially grateful to Guardian Angels as the reliability of their donations provides consistent funding for daily operations as well as the expansion of programs such as our nationally-recognized transport program. Both businesses and individuals can support our mission by becoming Guardian Angels.
Our Guardian Angel program is the subscription that saves lives. Your recurring donation will allow us to care for the animals currently within our facility and plan for those to come. The monthly donation is automatic following sign-up and can be as low as $10 a month.
Your tax-deductible donation as a Guardian Angel can mean so much for an animal in need.
Here’s how your monthly gift can help:
$500 – helps to fund a transport to Colorado
$250 – underwrites 60 spay/neuter surgeries
$100 – covers the cost of senior blood work for 10 pets
$50 – saves a puppy in our parvo ward
$25 – purchases 60 microchips for shelter pets
$10 – helps one shelter pet hitch a ride on a transport
Click below to sign up and start saving lives all year long!
Show your business cares, become a Corporate Guardian Angel! The support of local businesses is essential to the continued success of our mission to provide homes for pets in need. Unlike one-time donations, the monthly donations of Corporate Guardian Angels provide the financial stability and impact needed for the long-term planning and growth of our lifesaving programs such as:
• Transport Program
• Adoption Program
• Foster Program
• Humane Education Programs
• Emergency Medical Fund
Our Corporate Guardian Angel program offers several levels with various perks including event sponsorships, complimentary adoption fees, event perks, merchandise and public recognition for your contribution. We look forward to partnering with you!
As a 501(C)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization, all donations to Acadiana Animal Aid are tax-deductible.
I’ve been a Guardian Angel for several years for the sole reason of saving dogs and cats lives. Being a Guardian Angel to me helps pets find their fur-ever home. I may not be able to rescue more pets or help foster but making a monthly donation helps saves the lives of innocent cats and dogs who only want a home.
Emily HamnerAAA Board Member, Executive Director, Pinhook Foundation
Nonprofit organizations have two needs when it comes to revenue. One is for capital expenditures and the other is for operational expenditures. Donations often focus on the capital side, so a donor can see something tangible like the completion of a building, a new vehicle or a successful program. However, for a nonprofit to remain viable and to succeed in its mission, a steady stream of operational revenue is critical, so the organization can pay staff a livable wage, pay for utilities, maintain buildings, feed and care for the animals. I’m proud to be your Guardian Angel Acadiana Animal Aid!
Anne PyleManaging Partner ADP Solutions
This donation is being made in honor of the memory of my husband, Norris, who passed away February 24, 2020. He was a WWII Marine and said when he went to heaven, he wanted to guard the Rainbow Bridge so that animals could cross safely.