San Francisco SPCA
Founded in 1868, The SF/SPCA is a national leader in saving lives and raising the status of companion animals. Our mission is to save and protect animals, provide care and treatment, advocate for their welfare, and enhance the human-animal bond.
We have a staff of 165, a budget of $13 million, 10,000 donors and a dedicated corps of more than 900 volunteers. Our innovative programs and services include: Maddie's Pet Adoption Center; Community Veterinary Services, including the SF/SPCA full-service Animal Hospital and low cost Spay/Neuter Clinic; Humane Education; Academy for Dog Trainers, public Dog Training classes; Feral Cat Assistance Program; and Animal Assisted Therapy.