Measle's Animal Haven

Pit Bull Rescue and Sanctuary
 

ways to donate

 

Your help is desperately needed!!

Measle's Animal Haven Pit Bull Rescue and Sanctuary operates entirely on charitable contributions from caring people like you. Your donation goes directly to the care of the dogs in our program and to fund our PIT FIX program that spays/neuters "owned" pit bulls. This program is an integral part of reducing the number of homeless/unwanted dogs in Central Ohio.

Please consider donating to us! As a 501(c)(3) organization, any donation to us is tax deductible (as allowed by applicable laws). In case you need it, our IRS tax ID is 20-4802565. Like most small tax-exempt organizations whose annual gross receipts are normally $50,000.00 or less, Measle's Animal Haven is required required by law to electronically submit Form 990-N to the IRS on an annual basis. You can access all of our yearly tax returns (form 990-N) here: http://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/ePostSearch.do;jsessionid=O656Z8zX07ytizM9hAn+Yg__?ein1=204802565&names=&city=&state=OH&zipCode=&country=US&dispatchMethod=searchEpostcard&submitName=Search

 

Be A Hero for the Animals with a Monthly Donation!!!

You can be a hero by setting up a monthly tax-deductible donation to Measle's Animal Haven to save dogs from dogfighting and other cruelty, and to create a better world for Central Ohio dogs. To make a recurring monthly donation via credit card or PayPal:

 

Make a One-time Donation to Help the Dogs

Suffering dogs in Central Ohio need your help. Please make a tax-deductible donation to support our work for the thousands of Central Ohio dogs that are in desperate need of heroes like you. To make a one-time donation via credit card or PayPal:

Our Wish List

 

If you would like to donate supplies/equipment (thank you!) please check our Wish List. We are also always in need of blankets and paper towels!

Also: Please check to see if your employer matches your charitable contributions (thank you!).

Sincere thanks for your compassion for the dogs and your help in making Central Ohio a better place for pit bulls!