Ways to Donate

Ways to Donate

All donations are tax-deductible.  Currently, 98 percent of your donation goes directly to the animals rescued by HAL and/or that are in our foster care program.  About 2 percent is spent on administrative costs.  There are various way to donate money and time to HAL.

  • Adopt.  Find permanent homes for HAL cats and dogs.  Avoid pet stores and puppy mills.
  • Foster a HAL animal.
  • Money: We accept checks, cash or charge. We also accept money “In memory of” or “In honor of” a beloved pet or person, go to Community Foundation of the Lowcountry (CFL) web site. You should land on the Humane Association of the Lowcountry(HAL) fund. Effective 12/2022, if you donate by credit card, there is a credit card fee subtracted from your donation or if you want to increase your donation to cover the fee.  Our partners, the Community fund of the Lowcountry (CFL), have absorbed this banking fee in the past.  They can no longer do that. Most crowdfunding web sites charge a transaction fee of some type to cover platform fees, banking fees etc.
  • Corporate sponsor: Any money, goods and/or services are much appreciated. We will display the name of your business on the “Benefactors” page of our web site.
  • Volunteer to use your business skills to develop and implement a marketing plan to promote HAL, develop a quarterly newsletter, use your networking skills to assist or lead fund raising activities, take pictures of the foster animals for the HAL web site, or develop reports. There are many ways to help HAL and not nearly enough resources or skilled volunteers to get everything done.
  • Inform Beaufort County Animal Services if you see any stray animals, see any animal cruelty including animal neglect, hoarding and abandonment, become aware of any puppy mills, or witness any cock fighting or dog fighting.  You can also contact the non-emergency police number(843.524.2777).
  • Perform your civic duty by calling your US Senators (Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott) and US representatives ( Nancy Mace and Jim Clyburn in Beaufort County) and ask them to to introduce and support animal welfare legislation.
  • Spread the word about HAL. Ask your friends/family to donate money/time to HAL in lieu of gifts.
  • Promote animal safety. Ensure your pets are spayed/neutered and microchipped. Encourage your friends and family to do the same for their pets.  Great gift —  Spay/Neuter.
  • Buy. Cruelty free products.
  • Order.  Specialized SC automobile license plate “No more Homeless Pets.” The money supports SC spay/neuter program. Search “No More Homeless Pets.”



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