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Donate Your Unused Property - Your Land Can Save Lives

Do you have a piece of property that you canít use? Are you paying taxes on land you donít need? Pets In Need Midwest is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization and your land donation offers maximum tax advantages. When you make an outright land donation you may qualify for a charitable gift deduction based on the full market value of your land as determined by a qualified appraiser. You reduce your income taxes and no longer pay property taxes on the donated land. Also, any estate taxes on this land is eliminated.

Consider making a land donation not only for the tax advantages but to create a legacy that will change lives for generations to come. Your land donation will provide a haven for homeless pets, create a resource for community residents and will be a gift that continues to give for future generations. ALL shelter animals were relocated in to kennels and foster homes July 1, 2007.

Pets in Need is 'in need' of an additional Van or Large Vehicle to help transport the animals

If you or anyone you know have a Van or other Large Vehicle you are no longer in need of, consider donating it to Pets in Need. We are taking in new cats and dogs daily, transporting the animals to get spayed and neutered, as well as transporting the animals to meetings, adopt-a-thon events, and PetsMart in hopes to be adopted. With so many animals, and trying to reach multiple areas the organization could use an additional vehicle- please consider donating.

Local Neighbors Donate in place of Birthday Presents...

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Two girls from two different cities, both with the same idea - in place of birthday presents, they asked their friends for Pets In Need wishlist supplies to donate to the local animal shelter. Together they brought in over 100 much needed items, from paper towels, to cat littler, toys, bones, treats, blankets, and more. THANK YOU!

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Two local boy scout and girl scout troops also help support their local no-kill animal shelter. It is with the generosity and thoughtfulness of our children, that we continue to operate. Thank you for your selflessness.