Grocery cards help our pets
Did you know we sell grocery cards to local supermarkets (Stop & Shop, Shaws, Roche Brothers, Big Y and Whole Foods)?
Simply buy a $100 card for the store of your choice. You'll get $100 worth of groceries. But the store will donate $10 to us!
Win/win. Grocery cards are available at the front desk during our open hours.
A busy shelter is always in need of items to keep running. Donations of supplies help us to spend our funds where they really matter: on taking care of our pets and funding our humane initiatives in the community.
To see what we currently need, please click the button below. It will enable you to order items that are then shipped directly to us. Our pets thank you!
Did you know we have programs to help feral cats, some of the most vulnerable animals in our region? We first identify feral cat colonies and adopt out any kittens.
We then humanely trap and neuter the adults and return them to their colonies. Volunteers monitor the colonies, ensuring they have adequate food and providing shelters in winter.
Beer with a purpose
Untold Brewing has teamed up with The Pink Frame to help local charities.
In fact, a portion of all proceeds of their new IPA, called With Purpose, will go directly to four local charities including the Scituate Animal Shelter.
Drink up, guilt free!
More opportunities for kids
We are currently expanding our programs for youth volunteers.
Opportunities will include programs for young children to read to shelter pets, work with our marketing team to publicize animals in search of homes, and to become more involved in nearly all aspects of running a busy animal charity. Watch this space!