Thank you for thinking of the San Francisco SPCA to benefit from your donation of new and gently-used items. The following is a list of items that we can accept.
- clean/unopened pet items
- hand sanitizer
- dishwashing liquid
- blankets (flannel or fleece)
- flat sheets (not fitted)
- pet beds NEW ONLY
- dog/cat toys NEW ONLY
- unopened food/treats
You can drop off in-kind donations at any of the following locations:
- Mission Campus Pet Adoption Center
250 Florida Street (at 16th Street)
Monday - Friday 1pm - 6pm
Saturday/Sunday 10am - 6pm
- Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center
201 Alabama Street (at 16th Street)
Open seven days a week, 8am - 6pm
You can also donate dog beds and cat towers by going to kuranda.com and choosing one of the items. It will be sent directly to the shelter. If you're a mountain climber with used rope, drop it off at the Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center to participate in the Ropes for Rescues program.
What We Need
Tiny BART Tickets Program
Donate those BART tickets with just a few cents on them to the San Francisco SPCA! Through the Tiny Tickets Program developed by the East Bay Community Foundation and BART, tickets with residual value are redeemed and the proceeds given to local nonprofits. Drop off your tickets at our hospital (201 Alabama St) or Adoption Center (250 Florida) during regular business hours.
Community Thrift Program
For all those items you'd like to put to good use, but are not suitable for the SF SPCA, we've partnered with Community Thrift San Francisco. Donate your used, saleable items to the Community Thrift Store in San Francisco and designate the SF SPCA (#63) as beneficiary. When the store sells your items, a percentage of the proceeds come to us. For details, visit Community Thrift of San Francisco or contact the store at 415.861.4910. Be sure to ask for a receipt, and check to make sure the proceeds of your donation are going to the SF SPCA. Please note, we cannot assist in pickup or delivery of items to Community Thrift.
Recycle your old climbing rope through the Ropes For Rescues Recycling Program here at the San Francisco SPCA.
Ropes for Rescues is a San Francisco-based recycling program that donates 20% of the dog leashes made from each rope to over 80 different Animal Rescues and Shelters. Where has your rope been?