Help us “SNAP out of it” in 2021

Let’s be blunt: 2020 sucked and we need your help to “SNAP out of it” in 2021! Make a donation now so that we can continue to provide much-needed financial support for those residents who can't afford to spay or neuter their pets.

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$40.00 Level

5 Supporters

Your donation of $40 will pay for a male cat neuter. Thanks to our partnerships with local veterinarians, we are able to get the lowest possible surgery rates.


$60.00 Level

1 Supporter

Your gift of $60 will cover the cost to spay a female cat. Every donation made to SNAP makes an impact.


$70.00 Level

0 Supporters

Your generous donation of $70 will pay for a small dog (under 40 pounds) spay or neuter. Every gift gets us closer to our dream of ending pet overpopulation.


$90.00 Level

2 Supporters

Your generous gift of $90 will cover the cost of spaying or neutering a larger dog (over 40 pounds). Please consider sharing our project on social media to help add to our momentum.

Project Overview

There’s no getting around it:  2020 was a terrible year.  Like many other nonprofits, SNAP suffered financially.  However, demand for our services remained unchanged as more pet owners in the Ozarks lost their jobs due to the pandemic. 

In a normal year, SNAP is heavily dependent on event-based fundraising such as ArtsFest and Cider Days.  No such events took place in 2020.  Since we are a small, all-volunteer organization, the loss of these events was significant.

With your help, we can “SNAP out of it” in 2021.  Your generous donations will allow us to continue providing services to clients such as D.J., who lost his job after a lengthy stay in the hospital.  D.J. heard about a family who lost their farm and could no longer care for their large dog.  He needed a canine companion in his life and wanted to help the dog and the family.  However, his resources were limited due to being unemployed.  SNAP helped D.J. by paying the full cost to neuter his new friend.  D.J. and his new buddy are doing well.

Thank you in advance for considering a donation to our organization.  If you’d like to find out more about SNAP, please visit our website at http://www.snap123.org.

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About Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP stands for Spay Neuter Assistance Program, which is exactly what we do. We assist anyone who needs financial assistance to spay or neuter a pet.  Reducing pet overpopulation is the single most effective way to reduce euthanasia in our community’s animal shelters.

An all-volunteer organization, SNAP was formed in 2000.  Since then, we have helped finance over 23,000 spay/neuter surgeries. 

Using a network of veterinarians throughout southwest Missouri, we are able to procure surgery services at the lowest possible cost.  Since we are an all-volunteer organization, we have no salary expenses and almost no overhead.

We find pet owners who need our services through outreach efforts.  We also work with pet owners who have acquired large numbers of pets from strays or dumped animals.  We help young families just starting out, as well as senior citizens.  Pet owners who have used our program talk with their neighbors to encourage, and in many cases, pay for other pets who need to be fixed.

Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)

http://www.snap123.org/

Springfield, MO
417-823-7627
spayneuter123@gmail.com