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PAWS receives no public funding. Instead, we must rely on partners and supporters like you to help us build and maintain proper facilities, health care, quality nutrition and qualified staff for the animals in our care.

Estate Planning
Leave YOUR personal legacy for the future of PAWS sanctuaries. When you name PAWS as beneficiary of your personal will, pension plan, IRA, or life insurance policy, you will secure your place in our future. . . each and every day.

Make certain to specify the Performing Animal Welfare Society and include our physical address: 11435 Simmerhorn Road, Galt, CA 95632 and include the statement: "I give to PAWS – Performing Animal Welfare Society, Galt, CA, the following (insert description of bequest).”

Other Legacy Gifts
Exercise your options while providing future care. Contact your financial advisor to make gifts of stocks and bonds, real estate, personal items, insurance or annuities.

To view, or print, PAWS' "Guide to Major Gifts & Planned Giving" information, CLICK HERE.

For more information, contact PAWS representative Kim Gardner at

(916) 488-3991, or e-mail Kgardner@pawsweb.org.

 

 

 

PAWS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. PAWS Fed ID # is 94-3005157.

All gifts to PAWS are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

 

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"71"
71 was part of a small herd owned by a wealthy individual in Florida, where she was chronically sick and almost died. She was transferred to PAWS as a final attempt to save her life. Learn More»


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Performing Animal Welfare Society
PO Box 849, Galt, CA 95632

209/745-2606 office/sanctuary
209/745-1809 fax
info@pawsweb.org

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