Join our community of Constant Companions and be a hero for animals all year long. 

Abused, neglected and homeless animals face a lot of uncertainty when they arrive at our shelter, but there's one thing they can always count on - you!

You show up for animals everyday when you become a Constant Companion, a monthly donor to the York County SPCA. When you become a Constant Companion, you are joining a special group of people changing the lives of animals at our shelter through consistent and reliable donations.

Monthly donations from friends like you help us keep up with the need for our life-saving programs and services. You choose the amount of your donation and how you want to provide it, knowing you can change or update at any time.

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Every animal deserves a constant companion to be there when they need it most.

Donation Amount

We kindly ask for a minimum monthly donation of $5.00 to help cover processing fees. Thank you!

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By checking the box above you are confirming that you've chosen to become a Constant Companion. Your card will automatically be charged each month for the amount you select. 

The York County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID #23-1399588) dedicated to providing long-term human and animal services to residents of York County through programs that find permanent, loving homes for displaced and stray animals, help control animal population growth, investigate and prosecute cruelty offenders and educate the general public about animal wellness and safety. We do not receive funding from the national ASPCA. We are a community resource supporting all York County residents and their animals.