Your Donations Save Lives
Since our inception in 2015 through 2022
we have saved over
8,252 animals, provided vet care including spays/ neuters for over 850 animals and spent over $4,389,625!
360 Dogs Saved
620 Dogs Saved
1,263 Dogs Saved
1,106 Dogs Saved
1,188 Dogs Saved
1,518 Dogs Saved
1213 Dogs Saved
984 Dogs Saved
Choose the way that's best for you.
A donation to our general fund will allow us to put your money where it is needed most at the moment.
Lola's 100 Club
Sustain us. Make a regular monthly donation at an amount that suits you.
Spay & Neuter Initiative
The most important thing we can do to save animals from suffering and death is to end overpopulation. Help us stop the cycle.
Many employers offer matching gift programs that increase the value of their employees' donations. Volunteer hours may also be eligible. Check with your employer to see if Lola's Lucky Day is eligible for a matching donation within the company or organization.
Wills and Trusts
A charitable bequest is a simple way to include Lola's Lucky Day. It can be set up in a variety of ways, such as a donation of a certain amount of money, a donation of an item, or a percentage of your estate. Check with your financial advisor to see the best way to show your generosity to Lola's Lucky Day. If you have any questions, please email us at LolasLuckyDay@gmail.com
IRA Charitable Distributions
The Internal Revenue Service today reminds IRA owners age 70½ or over of their option to transfer up to $100,000 to charity tax-free each year.
These transfers, known as qualified charitable distributions or QCDs, offer eligible older Americans a great way to easily give to charity before the end of the year. Moreover, for those who are at least 72, QCDs count toward the IRA owner's required minimum distribution (RMD) for the year.