We always are in need of supplies to help us care for the animals! Click below to download a printable wishlist of items we are especially in need of!
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SMAS DONATION WISHLIST
2299 235th St., Oskaloosa, IA 52577
Give a Gift in Memory or Honor of a Special Person or Pet
Choosing to give a gift in memory or honor of a special person or pet is one of the most popular ways to support the work of the SMAS.
You can give a gift in special recognition of a person, family, event, or occasion and honor them by helping countless animals in need.
You can also remember a pet, loved one, or special individual by dedicating a gift to Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter in their memory.
When we receive your memorial or honorarium, we will send you a gift acknowledgement and send the person you designate a card notifying them that a gift has been made in their honor. For memorial gifts we will send the card to any family member or loved one you ask us to.
Every donation, big or small, helps us help the homeless animals in Mahaska County. Consider making a one-time donation to help us care for the animals
You're never too young to plan for the future. Although you may be concentrating on your career and planning for retirement, it is the perfect time to bequest the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter as a benefactor in your will or trust.
Several of our supporters have already acted to ensure the future of our organization by making planned gifts that will help protect homeless and abused animals in our community for years to come.
If you are interested in including the SMAS as a benefactor in your will, please contact us for the specific information you will need from us.
"Hitch" (Adopted June, 2014)
Thanks to donations from the community, Hitch was able to have his badly injured leg amputated.