There are many ways you can help us!|
Acme community cash back program!
Just shop at any Acme store, and save your register receipts. Receipts dated between September 4, 2005, and March 25, 2006, are eligible. Ask your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to save them, too. Acme will make a donation to the APL equal to 1% of the total receipts we collect - so let's collect all we can to help the animals! * * Please don't cut off the bottom of the receipt - the part that lists the 'Acme Community Cashback' amount. If you're concerned about the last four digits of a credit card being on the receipt, please cut out only that small part - thanks!
Send the receipts to us, or bring them to any meeting or adoption event.
Please note: purchases of postage stamps, money orders, lottery games, and alcohol and tobacco products are not eligible - but any other purchases on those receipts count, so send them, too!
Sponsor a pet's picture in the Canton Repository!
The Canton Repository runs pictures of adoptable pets from area rescue groups once a month. For $20.00, you can sponsor a picture for a Tri-County APL animal. You can specify a specific animal, or let us choose. To sponsor an animal, contact the Canton Repository directly at (330) 580-8438, or toll-free at 1-877-580-8300, extension 8438. Be sure to let them know you're sponsoring an animal for Tri-County APL, and it's name or animal number, if you're sponsoring a specific animal. Thank you very much for helping us find new homes for the animals!
If you're interested in volunteering, please check out our Volunteering Information
Membership or mailing list!
Click here to sign up for our mailing list; request volunteer or membership information; or to update your address for our records.
Help us fill our wish list
Do you shop on the Internet? Check out these shopping links - if you visit any of these companies through our website, and make a purchase, they will make a donation to Tri-County APL.
Being a good pet owner!
Set a good example by taking proper care of your own pets: having them spayed or neutered; not letting them roam free; and taking them for regular veterinary care.