SNAP is always in need of crafty items. As a 501c3 charity animal rescue organization, we are always interested in creative ways to support donations both in money and in appropriate and useful items.

We have a number of volunteers who are skilled at crafts and can make items that can either be used directly in the care and support of our animals, or can be sold either at charity events or through our online store. We love these contributions – not only are these specialty items made with care, but they are often one-of-a-kind items that may be fun for a day or can be treasured for years.

The money raised from selling these items is an important part of sustaining or mission of animal rescue, spay/neuter programs, pet adoptions and education. If you have a knack for making fun and interesting items, please make some for us!

Examples include:

  • Pet beds made from old sweaters, coats, etc.
  • Pet toys
  • Dog and cat biscuits, cookies and treats
  • Pet bowls, carriers
  • Pet steps and gates
  • Gift baskets
  • Fun items like pet-themed picture frames, throws, and more
  • Caps, T-shirts and sweatshirts
  • Any fun, specialty or interesting item that others might like to buy.

SNAP also partners with entrepreneurs interested in bringing a interesting pet-related items to market as part of a donation program supporting SNAP activities.

Finally, many volunteers make or donate other items, such as restored furniture, household items of almost any kind, fun soaps, candles or potpourri – really anything – that we can sell for example at area consignment stores to help generate funds.

If you are interested in helping, please email us at or please feel free to complete our online volunteer application.

SNAP is proud of our volunteers and the good service they do in helping deserving pets find forever homes.

SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to rescues, adoptions and spay and neutering programs for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.

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