Y our support is vital to our work to save Animals. There are many ways you can help.

 

Donate


Please consider a donation, either one-time or monthly. Online donations can be made via secure PayPal or credit card transaction, or you can mail your contribution to The Kerulos Center, PO Box 1446, Jacksonville, OR 97530, USA. Thank you so much for caring!

One-time donation


To make a secure PayPal or credit card transaction, please fill out the form below. After submitting the form, you will be taken to a secure PayPal page.

 

If PayPal recognizes your email address, you can donate with your PayPal account or with a debit or credit card.

If your email is not recognized by PayPal, you can use the PayPal Guest Checkout option where you can enter debit or credit card information.

If your donation is directed to a specific cause or campaign, or is in honor of someone else, please indicate here.

Monthly donation

To make a secure PayPal or credit card transaction, please fill out the form below. After submitting the form, you will be taken to a secure PayPal page where you will have two options, Subscribe using a debit or credit card, or Log in to PayPal to subscribe.

If your donation is directed to a specific cause or is in honor of someone else, please indicate here.

“Shop for the Animals” at The Kerulos Store


Your purchases at our online Zazzle store support our sanctuary residents. Visit the The Kerulos Store to select from a wide range of gift items.

 

Vehicle Donation“Give a Ride” to Kerulos Sanctuary Animals


Do you have an aging vehicle that just seems to take up space while it depreciates in value? Consider giving your car new life as a tax-deductible donation to The Kerulos Center, online via the v-Dac Vehicle Donation Program or by calling 877-999-8322.

 

“Smile” when you shop Amazon!


Make your online purchases from Amazon using this link. When you visit this AmazonSmile website, you may be asked to select The Kerulos Center as your preferred recipient. When you do, Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the purchase price from what it deems to be “eligible purchases.”