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Since February 2001, I (Brian Foran) have been supporting GSRSV from two main sources: my personal income/savings and donations. I retired in 2003 to devote all of my time to operating GSRSV. For many years, my personal savings were the primary source of funding for GSRSV.

I typically care for about 20 dogs at my rescue facility, so my expenses are always high. Though my expenses exceeded my income for many years, I've always worked hard to minimize expenses--primarily by learning to perform basic veterinary procedures such as removing foxtails and treating superficial wounds. These skills have saved me thousands of dollars in veterinary expenses.

As my savings dwindled over the years, donations became more and more important to GSRSV's financial stability. In 2013, I finally obtained non-profit
(501(c)3) status for GSRSV, allowing donors to deduct donations to GSRSV from their taxable income. This designation helped boost donations and has kept GSRSV afloat. GSRSV's Federal Tax ID # (EIN) is 68-0477661.

GSRSV has earned the designation of a "Top-Rated" nonprofit organization for 2018 from Great Nonprofits.org, a clearinghouse for NPOs.

How Can I Help?
Frankly, money is the most needed and appreciated item that anyone can donate. However, if you have items that you think I can use (such as unused medications, food, toys, tennis balls, etc.), please contact Brian Foran at either bab43@msn.com or 916-655-3125. I'll let you know if I can use the items you have to offer, and we can make arrangements for delivery or pick-up.

To make a tax deductible donation to GSRSV, select one of the following options:

1. Click on the PayPal button below* 

* Please note that PayPal deducts a service charge of 2.2% + $0.30 for each donation. If you have a PayPal account, you can send payments to GSRSV directly from your account using the "Friends & Family" payment option, which will exempt the . Simply send payments to GSRSV's account at bab43@msn.com.

2. Go to GSRSV's Facebook page and click the "Donate" button under the picture at the top of the page.  (Facebook does not deduct a service charge for donations.)

3. Use Zelle to transfer money directly from your bank account (if it is a Zelle partner) or by using the Zelle app. Simply use the e-mail address bab43@msn.com to send money to GSRSV's bank account. No service charge will be deducted. 

4. Mail a check, made out to GSRSV, to:
     
GSRSV, PO Box 652, Pleasant Grove, CA 95668

I will either e-mail or postal mail you a receipt for your donation.

You can also contribute financially to GSRSV without spending an additional cent by shopping at AmazonSmile, Amazon.com's charitable donation program. See below.

Shop at Amazon Smile
and Amazon will make a donation to: 

German Shepherd Rescue of Sacramento Valley

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