Charleston Animal Society fundraiser is offering a $25,000 match for donations.

NORTH CHARLESTON – Charleston Animal Society announces the launch of “Operation Fix It: Spay it Forward” May 1 – May 5. This critical fundraiser will support their crucial mission of providing low-cost spay and neuter services to thousands of animals annually.

Each year, Charleston Animal Society tirelessly works to address the issue of pet overpopulation by providing affordable spay and neuter services at their AAHA-accredited Sam Greer Spay Neuter Clinic. By offering these essential procedures, Charleston Animal Society prevents countless animals from ending up homeless, suffering, or being euthanized due to overcrowded shelters.

“Each year almost 3,400 animals are euthanized in the Lowcountry,” said Charleston Animal Society Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Aldwin Roman, CAWA. “Spay-Neuter is the solution to stop unnecessary euthanasia. Every animal that is fixed, is one less animal creating unwanted litters of dogs and cats that wind up in shelters across our state.”

This year an Anonymous Friend of the Animals is matching every gift up to $25,000! This means if you donate $50, it’s like giving $100.

However, the demand for these services continues to grow, highlighting the urgent need for support from the community.

“With ‘Operation Fix It’ we’re calling upon the community to come together and make a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of animals. Together, we can make a lasting impact and create a brighter future for pets and their owners,” Roman said.

Supporters of Operation Fix it can “Spay it Forward” by donating online at CharlestonAnimalSociety.org or can give by calling (843) 329-1579.