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Other ways to Donate

Other Ways to Donate

Wish List

Cat Care

Cat beds

Cat play tunnels

Corrugated cardboard cat scratchers

New Litter Boxes

Scoopable Litter

Self-Feeding and Watering dishes for cats

Dog Care

Dog Leashes

Dog Collars

Dog Shampoo

Stainless Steel Dog Dishes

Office Supplies

3 ring binders

AA & AAA Batteries

Blank Thank You Cards

Blue Pens

Copy Paper

File Folders


Laminating pouches, 8 ½ x 11

Post it Notes

Presentation Folders

Scotch Tape

Sheet Protectors 8 ½ x 11

Yellow Legal Pads

Food & Treats

IAMS Kitten Dry Food

Milk bones Medium and Large

Purina ONE Dry Cat Food

Purina ONE Dry Dog Food

Soft treats for dogs and cats

Wet Cat Food (preferably Pate style)

Wet Dog Food

Wet Kitten Food

Cleaning Supplies


Dawn Dish Soap

Disposable Gloves

Gallon-size zip lock bags

Heavy duty 33-gallon Trash Bags

Kitchen Trash Bags

HE Laundry Soap

Odoban (odor eliminator and disinfectant)

Paper Towels

Zip Ties 8” & 12”


Cat and Dog Plastic Carriers

Cat and Dog Toys

Kitten and Puppy Formula

Questions? Please contact our Kennel Manager Carol 362-793-9117

Are you interested in sponsoring a special program or project? Maybe an improvement at our Campus?

Contact our Director Joe and ask for our special wish list by email, Phone 352-793-9117, Cell 352-403-7151

Linens (gently used is OK)



Large Items

Small Refrigerator

Pickup Truck

Golf Cart

Gift Cards

Gas Gift Cards

Gift Cards (Walmart, Petsmart, Petco, Sam’s, Amazon, Visa, Master card)

Link to Printable Wish List

Posted 11/14/18

“Wish List” items can be brought directly to the Humane Society

or to one of our drop-off locations:

We are going places…to pick up donated items, take animals to the vet/events.

11962 CR 101 (in Palm Ridge Plaza).

Donate Recycleables

Remember to drop-off your aluminum cans (washed and bagged in plastic). The collection spot is right inside the gate next to the dumpster at the Humane Society.

Our Wall of Love will start being populated with the personalized tiles purchased by donors/supporters of the HS/SPCA in early January. Watch our progress.

Read More…

Posted 12/3

Kuranda Beds Needed for Our Dogs

With our Kennel Upgrade Project, we are relocating our existing kennels and adding more. We currently provide Kuranda beds for each dog kennel. But many are worn and we’re in need of additional beds for our new kennels.

The size we need is 44″ x 27″ which run about $99 at You can order directly, then drop off the bed at the Humane Society or click the DONATE NOW button on any of our web pages to donate cash for the cause.

Kuranda beds are elevated which provide great relief for dogs’ joints. The cot-style design evenly distributes their weight so that there are no pressure points such as hips, shoulders or elbows that would get sore like they would have when lying on the ground. Pillow beds harbor allergens. Kuranda beds have no stuffing to collect dirt, bugs and dander which not only keeps them from getting stinky, it also makes them easy to clean. They are also chew proof.

Posted 11/8/18

Cat/Kitten Food Needed

We have over 100 cats/kittens in our care. We are in need of:

You can drop it off at any of our drop-off locations listed above. Thanks!

Posted 11/8/18

Earn donations by Walking, Running, Biking.

Our partners Best Friends have created a mobile app where you can earn donations for our HS/SPCA by just walking, running or biking.

Just download the free ResQwalk app, create a profile and choose the HumaneSociety/SPCA of Sumter Co Inc.Throughout the year, Best Friends will announce a pool of cash and other lifesaving resources you can earn by walking. You can help us earn a portion of this pool by opening the app and clicking the “start walk” button every time you go for a walk. Running and biking count, too. So, lace up your sneakers and save some lives!

Posted 11/1/18

Contribution directly from your IRA and avoid income tax on the distribution.*

A Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) can both satisfy your annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD), in part or in whole, and also benefit the Humane Society/SPCA of Sumter County, Inc., your local no-kill animal shelter. If you are charitably inclined, love animals and don’t need all or part of your annual RMD, why not satisfy your charitable intentions in a way that minimizes your income tax and saves lives at the same time?

You have the ability to direct your IRA Trustee or Custodian to make a Qualified Charitable Distribution directly to a qualified 501(c)3 organization such as the Humane Society/SPCA of Sumter County, Inc. in the amount of all or part of your RMD for that year. The result of this QCD is to remove taxable RMD income from your 1040 to the extent of the Charitable Distribution.

Distributions of this kind, and the accompanying reduction in taxable income, are permitted to the extent of your RMD for any given year or $100,000, whichever is less. If you file a joint return with your spouse, and he/she is also 70½ years old or older, you may charitably distribute up to $200,000 or your total RMD, whichever is less.

Your QCD must be completed and received by the charity by December 31st each year. Only IRA’s qualify for Qualified Charitable Distributions. Donors must be at least 70½ years of age.

*The information provided herein is not intended to represent legal nor tax advice. Each individual’s situation is different. Any person interested in pursuing a Qualified Charitable Distribution is urged to consult their attorney and/or tax accountant to determine the effect such a distribution would have on their own personal tax situation.

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Ebay for Charity
Visit and see how easily you can help! If you are an Ebay Seller and wish to help, please consider making a portion of your sale directed to our non-profit.
Be sure to also check out donated items on our own HS/SPCA Ebay page:

Caring Cent:
We’ve now partnered with CaringCent to make supporting our programs easy, fun, and affordable! Similar to the change collection jars you still sometimes see at your local stores, with CaringCent, you can now donate the change from your credit or debit card purchases to the Humane Society/SPCA of Sumter County. Register your card with CaringCent and when you shop, your purchase total will be rounded up to the nearest dollar. The difference is then donated to support our programs to help animals in need!
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