Fundraise for Animals

Now you can become a fundraiser for North Shore Animal League America and help prevent animal abuse and animal cruelty!

We have saved over 1,000,000 animals to date, and with your help, we can save even more! You can create your very own page in honor of a person, pet, or event, and collect donations to help animals in need.

Whether you’re raising funds in honor of a loved one, celebrating a birthday, establishing a bridal registry, or even creating your own fundraiser, your efforts will help us continue to build our hands-on rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption efforts to save the lives of as many companion animals as possible.

Here's how to get started...


Create a page
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Champion Center

Step 1: Create your fundraising page.

Once your page is created, you will have access to the Champion Center where you can include a story about your cause and upload your favorite photos.

Step 2: Spread the word!

Edit and send the sample email in your Champion Center to family and friends to tell them how you’re helping animals. You can also use tools like Facebook and Twitter to get the word out.

Step 3: Thank your donors!

The Champion Center will keep track of donations made through your page and provide you with the opportunity to send a “thank you” email to your donors.



Create your page to celebrate an occasion, like a wedding, birthday, anniversary, etc. and ask your guests to donate to your page in lieu of a present.

  • Dedicate your page to a special pet or person and raise funds for animals in their honor.

  • Create a page as your bridal registry and collect donations in honor of your special day.

  • Have a yard, craft, or bake sale and raise funds through your page.

  • Participate in a marathon, bikeathon, etc. and ask friends/family to sponsor you on behalf of the Animal League.

  • Purchase our donation cards for your event. These cards ask your guests to donate to the Animal League in honor of your event.

  • Help fundraise for items on the shelter's "Wish List".