Grants

Grants

License Plate Grants

Eligibility: Pet animals in the care of shelters, rescue groups and animal control agencies. All organizations with a PACFA license are required to submit PACFA stats detailing data from January-December of the most recent calendar year.

Deadline: January 15, 2018
Revenue from license plate sales is dedicated to the spay/neuter, veterinary medical treatment, and microchip identification (implant and registration) of pet animals in the care of shelters, rescue groups, and animal control agencies. If you are unable to apply online please contact us for assistance.
License Plate Grant Guidelines Register and Apply Online

Current License Plate Grants


• Ark-Valley Humane Society
• City of Montrose Animal Shelter
• Colorado Animal Welfare League 
• Colorado House-Rabbit Society 
• Denver Animal Shelter 
• Eagle County Animal Shelter and Services 
• Eagle Valley Humane Society 
• Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic
• Fort Morgan Humane Society 
• Friends of Cedaredge Animal Control 
• Friends of Charlie's Place
• Gabriel Foundation 
• Grand County Pet Pals 
• Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare League
• Happy Cats Haven
• Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region/Pueblo Animal Services
• Humane Society of Weld County 
• JJs Helping Paws 
• Lamar Police Department 
• Larimer Humane Society 
• Logan County Humane Society 
• Longmont Friends of Feral & Abandoned Cats 
• Longmont Humane Society Inc
• Look What The Cat Brought In 
• Noah's Ark Animal Welfare Association
• Pet Project 
• Rifle Animal Shelter 
• Roice-Hurst Humane Society 
• Safe Harbor Lab Rescue 
• Second Chance Animal Rescue Foundation 
• Summit County Animal Control and Shelter 
• Teller County Regional Animal Shelter 
• Upper Rio Grande Animal Society dba Conour Animal Shelder 
• Valley Humane League

Tax Checkoff Grants

Eligibility: Tax checkoff funds are dedicated to the spay/neuter of owned animals by local coalitions of humane societies, veterinary clinics, and animal care and control organizations. All organizations with a PACFA license are required to submit PACFA stats detailing data from January-December of the most recent calendar year.

Deadline: May 31, 2018 at 5pm MDT
Tax checkoff funds are dedicated to the spay/neuter of owned animals by local coalitions of humane societies, veterinary clinics, and animal care and control organizations. The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund encourages the submission of applications that demonstrate collaboration and address the overpopulation of cats as well as dogs. Proposals may also request funding for public education and awareness efforts to combat pet overpopulation. If you are unable to apply online please contact us for assistance. 
Checkoff Application Guidelines Register and Apply Online Download Tax Check-Off Reimbursement Form

Current Tax Checkoff Grants


• Animal Assistance League of NW Colorado
• Ark Valley Animal Hospital, Inc.
• Ark-Valley Humane Society
• Calhan Veterinary Clinic, P.C.
• CatsAlive! San Luis Valley
• Delta County Humane Society 
• Dogster's Spay & Neuter Program
• Eastern Colorado Veterinary Services 
• For Pet's Sake Humane Society 
• Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic
• Grand Valley Pets Alive
• JJ's Helping Paws
• Krugman Small Animal Clinic 
• League for Animals and People of the Summit
• Montrose Animal Protection Agency (MAPA)
• Noah's Ark Animal Welfare Association 
• Peak View Animal Hospital
• Pet Project
• Pets of Northern Colorado LLC 
• Pueblo Animal Services 
• Rifle Animal Shelter
• Routt County Humane Society
• Second Chance Animal Rescue Foundation 
• Second Chance Humane Society
• South Park Good Samaritan Fund for Animals
• TLC Veterinary Clinic

Emergency Grants

Eligibility: Colorado animal care and control organizations that principally serve Colorado animals and Colorado communities with unforeseen large scale impound situations (20 or more pets)
The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund makes emergency funding available for assistance with costs incurred as a direct result of an unforeseen large-scale (20 or more pets) impound situation.

All funding received for this specific purpose must be spent according to the license plate funding restrictions.
Emergency Grant Guidelines
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