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Iowa Humane Alliance

$346.79 Raised!

Start: Jan 1, 2016 - End: Dec 31, 2018

Iowa Humane Alliance

Iowa Humane Alliance promotes and provides affordable, high-quality spay and neuter services for cats, dogs, and rabbits in order to end companion animal over-population in Eastern Iowa.

Our goal is to change that through innovative programming that will decrease the number of animal entering our shelters. Our first priority is providing access to affordable options to help Iowans get their companion animals spayed and neutered, preventing litters of unwanted kittens and puppies that flood area animal shelters each year. After several years of fund-raising and planning, in January 14, 2013, we opened the Iowa Humane Alliance Regional Spay/Neuter Clinic in Cedar Rapids. We are Iowa’s first non-profit, high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic operating on a daily basis.

In addition, our volunteer Community Cat Team assists individuals and communities with trap/neuter/return programs to prevent further litters being born to the feral and stray cats living in our communities and on rural properties.

We work with our shelter and rescue organization partners by providing access to quality, low-cost spay/neuter services and by organizing community events to help increase their adoption rates. Check us out at

There are 3 easy ways YOU can help support Iowa Humane Alliance:

1.  You can purchase any of One Mission’s great products and 40% of what you spend will be donated.

2.  You can donate cash (One Mission doesn’t charge a platform fee).

3.  You can share this fundraiser with your friends and family.

Please consider doing all these of these things!

Making a Difference In: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Fund Leader: Kathleen Schoon
Fund Type: Non-profit Organizations

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40% of every product purchased is donated

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