There are a multitude of ways to help Planned PEThood of Georgia!
Your donations are what keeps Planned PEThood helping so many dogs and cats. Whether it is cash or product or services, there is no donation too small. Keep reading to learn about other ways you can help!
To donate via credit card, click here.
To donate via PayPal, click here.
To mail a donation, send checks to: Planned PEThood 2860 Buford Hwy Duluth, GA 30096
Planned PEThood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Tax ID 90-0516757), and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Become a Foster
Foster care is a rewarding experience. Because we do not operate a shelter, the number of pets we can help is limited by the number of foster homes we have available to care for them. The more foster homes willing to provide rescued pets a temporary, loving home, the more animals we are able to save. It’s a small investment of time for a huge return in knowing you have saved an animal’s life. If you are interested in fostering a homeless animal, please fill out the form and someone from our staff will contact you within 2-3 business days.
Become a Volunteer
Planned PEThood would not exist without our passionate and hard-working volunteers. As a non-profit organization, our volunteers enable us to implement the programs that make a difference in our community. If you are interested in volunteering in any of our programs, please fill out the form and someone from our staff will contact you within 2-3 business days.
Donate a Vehicle
Are you looking to get rid of a vehicle? Maybe it’s not running, in need of repairs, or too much of a hassle to list and sell. Planned PEThood accepts cars, vans, trucks, boats with a trailer, and recreational vehicles in our vehicle donation program.
- It’s as simple as filling out our online donation form.
- Prefer to speak with a person? Call us at (866) 829-2918 and one of our friendly operators will assist you.
To learn more about what a donors responsibilities are prior to making a car donation, please consult the “Donors Guide to Vehicle Donations” found in IRS Publication 4303. This file may be read with Adobe Reader.