In-Kind Goods and Services

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What's an "In-Kind" Donation?

In-kind donations are those made in goods and services rather than money and are just as valuable, if not more, so in some instances. These contributions enable us to accomplish our goal of offering a helping paw to those in need.

PawPADs is grateful for and happy to consider any offer of an in-kind donation!

The most obvious one would be the services of a professional: Veterinarian services, Book keeping, Legal services, Grant writing, Carpentry, Painting, Plumbing, or any other trade for the repairing and maintenance of the PawPADs campus and the dogs.


Fancy Paws Pet SalonA pur-fect example of an in-kind service are Tim & Susan Hatch, owners of Fancy Paws Pet Salon, in Lakeville, MN. They donate grooming to our dogs and to "Hero," Eastview Elementary School Resource Dog (a PawPADs placement). They are committed to helping the community in several ways and fueling the passion they have for their jobs. They pride themselves in customer service, high-quality grooming, and continuing education.

Print our "Needs List" check with your neighbors, garage sales, employers, family and friends and see if you can help meet those needs In-kind donations such as kennels, dog food (ask us what our terrific canines eat), wheelchairs, puppies, etc. Office supplies and equipment: computers, desks, chairs, book cases, etc.

Check our our "Wish" list and provide needed supplies directly to the dogs!

For more information on donating goods and services to PawPADs, please e-mail us here or call us at (612) 643-5671

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PawPADs is a 501(C)(3) charitable organization so your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.

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9877 234th Street East
Lakeville, MN 55044-8299
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Phone: +001 (612) 643-5671

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