Purchase with Purpose
Purchase pet products at Fetch Dog
Fetch Dog donates 6% of its sales to Puppies Behind Bars that come directly from our website.
Visit Fetch Dog to purchase great toys for your lovable pet.
Every purchase can make an impact
Make every online shopping purchase benefit Puppies Behind Bars! iGive is a free and easy to use service. Check it out at www.iGive.com.
Convert AMEX Membership Rewards into donations
Donate with your AMEX card or redeem Membership Rewards points to make a donation. 1,000 Membership Rewards points equal a $10 donation. Go to www.americanexpress.com/give to support PBB.
Celebrate for a Cause
In lieu of gifts
In lieu of birthday, anniversary and Bar Mitzvah gifts share your special occasion with your favorite charity. Please contact us (email@example.com, 212.680.9562) if you plan to donate funds from an event.
Now you can support PBB by registering with the I Do Foundation. From honeymoons to invitations to wedding gifts to charitable wedding favors, the I Do Foundation allows couples and their guests to make wedding-related purchases that generate donations for charity. The I Do Foundation's Charity Registry service also makes it easy for guests to make donations in lieu of gifts. All of these services are available free of cost at www.IDoFoundation.org. Check it out today, and be sure to select PBB as the beneficiary of your charitable wedding.
Search and Share
Build awareness of PBB online
Join PBB’s Facebook Cause page! Invite your online community of friends and family, keep up on PBB news and set up pledge goals. Facebook donations are distributed to us through a trusted third-party Network for Good.
Give by simply searching the internet
Support PBB by simply surfing the web. Use www.GoodSearch.com as your search engine and turn each click into cents for PBB.
How your child can help!
Donate bake sale and lemonade stand proceeds to PBB.
Common Cents is an educational, not-for-profit organization, which specializes in creating and managing service-learning programs for young people. To find out how your child and his or her classmates can get involved go to www.commoncents.org.