In addition to financial support, there are other ways you can help the SPCA of Hancock County.
Please participate in the programs below, and also check out VOLUNTEER opportunities!
Our Wish List includes in-kind donations, like:
- Snowplowing, landscaping, mowing by your company
- Accounting services for annual / bi-annual audits
- Legal services
- Do you have another business service you could provide? Let us know!
We also have a list of items we could use, in a range of prices. Please check our Amazon Wish List list, purchase items from Amazon (or the supplier of your choice), and ship or bring the item(s) to us!
Donate your refundable bottles and cans to pay down the vet bills of animals at the SPCA!
We have a “Save Our Shelter” bottle drive the last Saturday of each month!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Take our little green bags and you can redeem bottles at a Hannaford participating in CLYNK near you instead of driving back to the shelter – find a location near you in Maine or New York!
We have a wonderful little green tent that was donated for the purpose of being a recycling shelter, located right in our parking lot. This tent is accessible at all times. Simply go down our driveway and turn left in our parking lot, and you can leave your bottles inside the tent. We ask that you please leave them in bags – if you don’t have bags, you may use the bags we provide. This is to make life easier for the recycling centers that kindly pick up our bottles for us. We accept plastic, aluminum, and glass bottles and cans.
Pick up Clynk tags at the SPCA, which have our bar code on them. Give us a call and we’ll give you a supply!
Feel free to take as many of our CLYNK bags or tags as you need! Our volunteers will help us keep up with the demand and act as ambassadors to their neighbors, often handing out bags to their friends and family. If you want to buy your own CLYNK bags from Hannaford, that is fine, please just make sure to stock up on our tags so that when you scan the bags at the recycling center, the donation goes straight to the animals.