“Keeping the most vulnerable in our community with their animals feels like an increasingly important issue, and we hope to set an example to other donors in prioritizing this alignment between pets and people.”
– Andie and John Sobrato

What your donation can do

Provides ten meals for ten animals
Provides emergency care for a homeless animal
Supports a Rescue Run to Sacramento

Giving Societies

1929 Legacy Society

Let us know that you have thoughtfully included HSSV in your will or trust, or as a beneficiary of your retirement account, life insurance, charitable remainder trust, or more. As a ’29er, you protect the long-term success of HSSV’s mission.


Faithful Friends

Real change takes time. Become a monthly donor to secure the safety and happiness of animals who will arrive at our shelter today, tomorrow, or next year.


President’s Circle

Advance our lifesaving mission and become an HSSV insider with access to a variety of benefits (event invitations, brick tributes, and more). Join by giving between $1,000 and $24,999 cumulatively in a calendar year.


Visionaries’ Circle

Make a transformative impact that has ripple effects throughout HSSV and the animals we help, with all of the benefits of President’s Circle and more. Join by giving over $25,000 cumulatively in a calendar year.


Impact of Giving at a Glance

June 30, 2021 – June 30, 2022


Access the Donor Portal


View receipts for your gift(s), view your annual tax summary, update your contact information, and update your recurring monthly donation.
Please note that the list of donations we provide through this tool does not include donations directed to HSSV via third party entities. 

Log In

How to Get Started:
– Click “Log In”
– Go to the “Reset my Password” tab
– The username is the email address you used when donating
– Log in once you’ve reset your password
– Once you’re logged in, you can go to the “My Donation History” tab to see your donations for any year and print your tax receipt

HSSV is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit
We do not receive funding from Humane Society of the United States, ASPCA, or state and federal government entities