The 2019 Save A Life Campaign will begin on
Tuesday, December 3rd and end on Tuesday, December 31.

The volunteers at Regional are super excited about a pawesome opportunity for our little shelter! We have been invited to participate in the Save A Life campaign by our friends at the Staffworks Fund!

The Save A Life Campaign is the purrfect opportunity for generous donors like you to double your impact and do more good with your life-saving donation.

The Staffworks Fund is awarding a dollar for dollar match for the first $10,000 raised by individual donors. When the $10,000 amount is reached, the Staffworks Fund will continue to match all donations, with a $1,000 gift for each $5,000 raised, up to $100,000. An additional $2,000 will be awarded to any organization that raises at least $100,000 during the campaign. The campaign runs from #GivingTuesday through New Year’s Eve, December 3rd through December 31st.

We made our #GivingTuesday challenge goal!

THANK YOU!!!

Regional SPCA is a volunteer-run organization that relies solely on the generosity and support of donors like you to be able to care for and find the purrfect, forever homes for the neediest animals in our community, no matter how long it takes.  We receive no state or government funding, nor any funding from any of the national animal welfare organizations.




This year more than 150 animals have come through the doors of our tiny shelter. Many were simply visiting, but some were left behind and in desperate need of care. Because of the support of community members like you, we were able to provide much needed care to those who needed it.

Your support saved Kala and Athena when they were seized from a home where they were starved and beaten, Sparti when he was abandoned on the Rail Trail by his owners for being “too old”, Billy when he was dumped in a cemetery and left to fend for himself, and Roxy by giving her life-saving heartworm treatment.

These animals all came to the shelter in desperate need of love and life-saving care and ultimately their forever homes. But it doesn’t stop with Kala, Athena, Sparti, Billy, or Roxy. There will always be more animals that need our community’s support in their time of greatest need.

Please help us achieve our goal of $50,000 as we celebrate the end of 2019! We are challenging all our family,  friends and everyone who loves animals, to help us reach our goal. Every dollar counts, and every dollar goes directly to the care of our animals!

Gifts by Personal Check

Please mail to Fulton County Regional SPCA,
117 West Fulton Street, Gloversville, NY 12078

  • Checks can be made payable to Regional SPCA
  • Mailed donations must be received on or before December 31st to be included in the Save A Life Campaign.
  • All donations will be acknowledged, donations over $200 will receive an itemized tax receipt for your records.

Gifts by Debit/Credit Card/Paypal

You can make your secure online donation by clicking the button below on or after December 3rd through December 31st.

  • Debit/credit card gifts are subject to a 2.9% transaction fee + a processing fee assessed by the card companies or PayPal. Donors will be given the option of making a supplemental gift on  Regional’s Save A Life donation page to cover transaction fees.
  • Donations must be received by December 31st in order to be eligible for the match.
  • All donations will be acknowledged, donations over $200 will receive an itemized tax receipt for your records.

Gifts by Other Means

  • Employer Matches: Notification of match must be received by December 31st, 2019. Please email match verification to donate@fcrspca.org

Please note that cash donations and money orders are not eligible for this matching opportunity.

The Staffworks Fund at The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties was created by the founder and owner of Staffworks, Anita Vitullo, out of her concern for animals and her belief in their right to life. The Fund promotes humane communities by using company profits from branch office markets in central and southern NY to support organizations that provide care for at-risk animals.

“When you support or adopt from your local animal shelters and rescue organizations, you are choosing to save an animal’s life,” Anita Vitullo said. “We’ve invested more than $10 million to reduce animal suffering and help make connections between animals and people.

Visit staffworkscny.com for more information on this lifesaving fund.