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SNAP (Spay-Neuter Action Project) Charity Profile
The Spay Neuter Action Project was co-founded in 1990 by Candy Schumann (now SNAP's Volunteer Executive Director). Candy was a volunteer in a local animal shelter and after seeing countless stray animals come and go, she knew that adoption alone wasn't going to solve the problem. There were simply too many unwanted animals and not enough homes. Candy realized that to reduce the number of animals euthanized in shelters every year, it would be necessary to reduce the numbers of homeless animals coming into the shelters in the first place.
SNAP's mission is to ensure there are no more homeless pets in San Diego County.
We work to eliminate pet overpopulation through education and programs that promote and facilitate spaying or neutering pets in San Diego County. Our preventative approach addresses pet overpopulation and its tragic effects on companion animals as well as on people's health, safety and quality of life.
SNAP (Spay-Neuter Action Project) Volunteer Information
Our efforts are dependent on the good will and talents of our volunteers. Are you an animal lover and want to help? There are many things you can do: participate at local events, help out on the Neuter Scooter, organize fundraisers, spread the word, or assist us with special projects... whatever your time allows and your talents permit.
SNAP (Spay-Neuter Action Project) Donation Information
Your support is vital to our efforts and we appreciate any amount you can give.