Donate to GPA MN
Your generosity as a donor greatly impacts the work of GPA MN. It is a dedicated involvement in our mission to find loving homes for every hound that we bring into our adoption program.
Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated, and all go directly to helping the hounds. As a 501(c)3 non profit, all donations to GPA MN are fully tax-deductible. You may choose either a one-time donation or to become a sustaining donor.
Becoming a sustaining donor is an easy and efficient way for you to support GPA MN through secure, automatic monthly payments from your credit card, debit card or bank account. Sustaining donors make an ongoing monthly contribution — which means we’ll continue to deduct money from your account until you let us know to stop or change it.
Make a one-time donation:
Make a monthly sustaining donation:
Donate to the Heal a Hound Fund
To pay your adoption fee online via PayPal click here.
Donate via Netgiver
Netgiver is a donation platform created by credit unions to allow charitable giving without any fees to you, or to the the non-profit receiving the funds, so 100% of money donated with Netviger will come to GPA. If you're a credit union member and want to donate to GPA check out this option. Click the link below to donate.
Make a Donation of Stock
GPA now has the ability to accept the donation of stocks throuth Stock Donator. Stock Donator serves non-profits by accepting stock donations on their behalf, liquidating the shares for a very small transaction fee, and sending us the cash. This allows us to accept this type of donation without maintaining a higher cost brokerage account. So if you've got shares of stock you'd like to donate to GPA, just click the button below to be connected to Stock Donator!Donate Stock To Greyhound Pets of America MN
Donate food, treats, medication with Chewy gives back
Chewy is deeply committed to helping non-profit animals groups find forever homes for every pet. You can help make an even greater impact by donating items through our GPA-MN Wish List