So Many Ways to Help!

Whether it’s a one time gift, a monthly donation, a bag of dog food or a few hours of your time. Your contribution to Saving Grace Animals For Adoption makes a huge difference to the animals in our care. You truly do make a difference – we see it everyday…Thank You!

Shop Online!

Here is an easy way to help our animals – shopping for them from the comfort of your own home! We keep an ongoing list of important and much needed items on our Amazon Wish List.

Donate Now!

Make a gift today and help Saving Grace Animals for Adoption rescue more animals. Any amount you give will help and is greatly appreciated.

Adopt a Dog

The gift of a ‘furever’ home is the best gift of all. We want to help you find the right dog for you and your family. Please, review our site to see what we are all about. Fill out an application and we will reach out to you as quickly as possible.

We need supplies!

We are always in need of supplies to help us continue with our mission. Dog food (dry and canned), fleece and wool blankets, peanut butter (yes, dogs love peanut butter too:) The large storage shed is always open to drop off much needed supplies!

Raise Money for Saving Grace!

Looking for a new gift idea for that special occasion? Tell your friends and family to Donate to Saving Grace! This is the gift that makes everybody feel good! There are many different opportunities to raise money for Saving Grace (birthdays, anniversaries, or just cause you want to:)… and our FaceBook Fundraising page makes it so easy for you to do!

Ever wondered how much it costs to care for a dog?

Proper care is more than just feeding and providing shelter for an animal; it also includes medical care, housing, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, grounds upkeep, etc. At Saving Grace, we think our dogs are pretty lucky… read more>

Another Reason to Give!

We have many special needs going on right now that could use funding. Most importantly is our current rescue of 17 dogs from the hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico. We are very proud to be a part of this joint effort with the Humane Society of the United States which has been running hurricane relief efforts on the island.