The Philadelphia Community Cats Council is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and operates solely from private donations.
Your kind support is greatly appreciated and will directly assist PCCC in accomplishing its mission to help the thousands of our city’s strays and feral cats.
There are several ways to donate to the Philadelphia Community Cats Council.
You can make donations online, through PayPal (with the use of your PayPal account, checking account or credit card).
Check or Money Order
Payable to the “Philadelphia Community Cats Council” to:
Philadelphia Community Cats Council
PO Box 56191
Philadelphia, PA 19130
CARS accepts car donations for Philadelphia Community Cats Council and over 500 other non-profit organizations throughout the United States.
To donate your car, truck, RV, boat, motorcycle, or other vehicle to Philadelphia Community Cats Council, follow link
Or please call 877-721-PETS or 877-721-7387 and a representative will help you with your donation.
You may make your donation on behalf of yourself, or in honor or memory of another person or beloved animal. Please make us aware of this at the time of your donation.
For donations made “In Memory Of . . .”, please provide us with your name and complete address, the name of the deceased and the family’s complete name and address for acknowledgement purposes. We will acknowledge your thoughtful gift (but not the amount) to the deceased’s family.
For donations made in someone’s name, please provide us with your name and complete address as well as the name and complete address of the person in whose name you are donating. We will acknowledge your thoughtful gift (but not the amount) to this individual.
PCCC is in desperate need of any supplies that you can donate. Items needed most urgently include:
Cat food: dry and wet
Kitten food: dry and wet
KMR (Kitten Milk Replacement)
Scoopable cat litter
Dog crates and cages, all sizes including large and extra large
Blankets, Towels, Fleeces
SHELTER SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
Dog houses or igloos to convert into cat shelters
Straw or hay
Rubbermaid large rectangular storage containers