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      Project Safe Pet 
 Non Profit 501c3
All donations are tax deductible
Project Safe Pet ® 168 Highway 274, #311, Lake Wylie, SC 29710

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Vetting & Transport Fund
Spay & Neuter Fund
Adoption Donations
 Donations can be mailed to 
Project Safe Pet 
168 Highway 274, #311
  Lake Wylie, SC 29710  
Emergency Medical Fund
Thousands of animals are euthanized each year!
Project Safe Pet
Be a part of the solution!
Two Mauds, Inc. 
Funding affordable spay - neuter projects
 in the Appalachian
Project Safe Pet is a volunteer based, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of cats and dogs in the York, Chester, and Lancaster, SC tri-county area.  

- We provide spaying/neutering to community pets.

- We educate the community in the importance of pet care and improving the lives of their pets.

- We also provide a transport service for homeless or abandoned animals to several groups we partner with in the
  Northeast to provide these animals a better chance to find their fur-ever homes.
Thanks 1-800-PetMeds for the donation of flea and tick medication for our foster dogs and cats!

Thank You to the foundations below for support of our Spay/Neuter Program, to ASPCA for an Animal Relocation grant and to For the LOVE OF DOGS RESCUE for Emergency Funding.

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                  We are there for them when they need us - thanks to you!

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The Angels honored represent organizations that exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina.

The Angels were selected by review of financial reports submitted annually to the Secretary of State’s Office, as well as by nominations from the public. To be selected as an Angel, the charity must have devoted 80 percent or more of its total expenditures to charitable programs; must have been in existence for three or more years; must make good use of volunteer services; must receive minimal funding from grants; must have a significant presence in South Carolina; and the charity must be in compliance with the South Carolina Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act.