San Francisco SPCA
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About this organization
The mission of the San Francisco SPCA is to ensure every companion animal has access to quality medical care, compassionate shelter, and a loving home.
It’s all for the love of pets! At the San Francisco SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), we offer care and protection to animals in need, and we believe all cats and dogs (and the people who love them) deserve access to high-quality veterinary care. As the largest animal shelter in the SF Bay Area and the first cageless animal shelter established in the U.S., we are transforming the way pet guardians and their beloved furry family members access lifesaving resources. Through our public hospitals, shelter hospital, and offsite community medicine clinics, we are reaching beyond ordinary care models to provide new, innovative pathways to service. At the SF SPCA, we are ensuring that access to care means access for all.
Interesting data from their 2020 990 filing
The non-profit's aim, as indicated in the filing, is “The mission of the sf spca is to save and protect animals, to provide care and treatment, to advocate for their welfare and to enhance the human-animal bond.”.
When referring to its functions, they were specified as: “To save/protect animals, provide care, advocate for their welfare, enhance the human-animal bond.”.
- The non-profit has reported their operating state as CA, as required by law.
- As stated in the filing, the non-profit's address in 2020 was 201 ALABAMA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 94103.
- The non-profit's form reports a total of 525 employees as of 2020.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is $1,883,086.
- The organization has 15 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 1868.
- The organization pays $24,787,237 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $1,713,957 in fundraising expenses.
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