For a donation of $1,000 or more, you can create a tribute paver for a beloved person or pet.
If you’re in a position to make a world-changing gift of $10,000 or more (which can be spread out over up to five years), we’ll be thrilled to work with you to design a special plaque.
SUPPORT QUINN’S CORNER
many ways to give
If you’d like to maximize your impact for the cats, while making it easier on your budget, spread your donation out over multiple years. You can choose to contribute a set amount monthly or annually. Click HERE to download a Pledge Form, which can be mailed to Tabby’s Place.
Checks should be made payable to Tabby’s Place, with “Quinn’s Corner” written in the memo section, and mailed to:
1100 US Highway 202
Ringoes, NJ 08551
Secure credit card contributions can be made by clicking HERE.
Gifts of Securities may be handled through your bank or broker or handled by you directly. Contact Development Director Angela Hartley at email@example.com or 908-237-5300 ext 235 to learn more about transferring securities to support the campaign.
Volunteers are the true heros of Tabby’s Place. They feed, clean, and care for the cats, as well as provide the cats with attention and love. Our volunteer family are the most devoted, wonderful, giving people on the planet, and we cherish every one of them.
With the expansion close to completion, we need more volunteers to care for more cats. Can you help for 2-3 hours a week? We have various shifts available to suit your schedule and abilities. If you can help, please email our Volunteer Director Karina – firstname.lastname@example.org
Make your gift go further for the cats
Corporate Matching Gifts
Ask your employer (or former employer if you are retired) if the company will match your contribution to the campaign.
You may also remember Tabby’s Place in your will or estate planning.
Consult with your attorney to consider including the following in your will:
“I devise the sum of $_______ (or the balance of my estate) to Tabby’s Place: a Cat Sanctuary in furtherance and support of its charitable and educational purposes.”