Our Mission

Partners in Animal Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports the mission, programs and initiatives of Greenville County Animal Care by engaging the community, increasing awareness and raising funds to enhance the health, welfare and environment of companion animals.

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VOLUNTEER WITH PARTNERS IN ANIMAL CARE

We invite animal-loving individuals interested in promoting Partners’ mission to become part of our team. Go to Contact Us to let us know of your interest. A few ways you might assist are:

  • Volunteer at Partners events

  • Serve on a board committee such as finance, fundraising, or event-planning

  • Share our mission with friends, family, and business acquaintances

DIY FUNDRAISERS

Looking for a way to help shelter animals while having fun? Commemorate an occasion, a pet or a person, or just to get together with friends to carry out a creative idea. Individuals and groups are encouraged to develop their own fundraisers to benefit Partners in Animal Care. All net proceeds will go to help animals at Greenville County Animal Care.

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REVIEW VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS

Review Animal Care's Volunteer Requirements to see if you qualify.

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COMPLETE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION

Complete a Animal Care's Volunteer Application.

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PURCHASE VOLUNTEER START-UP KIT

Purchase your Animal Care Volunteer Start-Up Kit.

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ATTEND VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION

Attend an Animal Care volunteer orientation. Volunteers are required to bring a signed copy of the Volunteer Agreement and Contract to orientation. Copies will also be provided at orientation where you can sign there.

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GREENVILLE COUNTY ANIMAL CARE

Greenville County Animal Care is dedicated to promoting the compassionate treatment of animals in our community through adoption, education, and affordable spay/neuter and veterinary care. It has the largest, most diverse selection of adoptable pets in the Upstate and its innovative programs and partnerships have made Greenville County a No-Kill community.