“Never believe that a few caring people cannot change the world; for indeed, that’s all that ever has.”— Margaret Mead
There are so many ways that you can help the dogs of ITV, many are things you do anyway and do not cost you anything!!! Below are ways you can help the dogs of ITV:
We are always looking for people who can:
- Transport dogs to and from appointments as well as help us run errands
- Train dogs that haven’t been given an obedience foundation
- Help walk dogs and clean kennels
- Assist with and plan fundraisers and adoption events
- Cross-post on social media when we need help
Our Wish List
- Peanut Butter
- Balls/dog toys
- Paper towels
- Incense/Room fresheners
- Cosequin, Dasequin or similar joint supplement
- Poop bags
- Dog treats
- Kongs or Chew bones
- Fabuloso, Odoban or Pine-Sol Lemon or Original
- Laundry detergent
- Tall kitchen trash bags
- Flea treatment (cat or dog)
- Any brand heartworm preventative
- Disinfecting Wipes
- Pill Pockets
- Puppy/Kitten Milk Replacer
- Puppy pads
- Puppy food (dry or canned)
- Copy paper
- Cat Litter
- Gift certificates to Staples (for office supplies)
We do not need adult cat or dog food. We receive food from the Rescue Bank in Louisville, KY and keep our animals living at the rescue center on a consistent diet so that they will have a healthy digestive system.
Name that Dog!
Ever wonder how we come up with names for the ITV dogs? We try to be creative. We sometimes try to find names to match the dog’s personality. Sometimes, we just pick names of favorite characters or people we know. Would you like to get naming rights to an ITV rescue dog? Do you have a beloved pet that passed away and you want to honor him/her by helping us name an ITV dog? Do you want to give a gift to someone with a donation to help our dogs and have the dog named in that person’s honor? For a $50 donation, you will get the naming rights to an ITV puppy or dog whom we rescued without a name. To make the donation, send the donation to 1417 N. Stockwell, Evansville, IN 47715 or make a donation online at ITVrescue.org/donate. All donations are tax-deductible. Make sure you include the name with your donation and an email address so that we can email you a photo of the dog that you named. Thank you for supporting the dogs of ITV!
Stop by any local Schnucks to pick up a shopper’s card. Registration is FREE and you can select ITV to receive a portion of your purchases FOR THE WHOLE YEAR!! Did we say it is free to you? Well, it is!! Just takes a few minutes to sign up and you can help the dogs of ITV every time you buy groceries! More information is at
Set up a monthly donation
Monthly Donations from your account
You can quickly and easily set up a monthly reoccurring donation through our website at ITVrescue.org/donate. It can be charged to a credit card every month without you having to do anything further. Even if it is just $5 a month, we are grateful for every single dollar!
Donate ink cartridges
ITV accepts ink cartridges for recycling!! Drop off your used ink cartridges at the the ITV Rescue Center located at 1417 N. Stockwell!
Kong Toys for the dogs at the ITV Rescue Center
ITV can order Kong Toys for the dogs at the rescue center for a significantly discounted rate! If you would like to donate Kong toys to our rescue dogs, just make a donation online at ITVrescue.org/donate and indicate that the donation is for Kong toys. We will then place the order for the toys. More information about this program is at //www.kongcompany.com/pet-partner-programs/order-kong-cares/
When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to It Takes A Village Canine Rescue. Bookmark the link and support us every time you shop! (//smile.amazon.com/ch/
Did you know you can raise money for ITV just by walking? We are signed up for two mobile apps that track your walk and make a donation to our rescue! Wooftrax and ResQwalk are mobile apps that enables animal lovers to raise money for ITV every time they go for a walk, run, snowshoe, ski, bike (up to 14 mph). Download the app on your mobile device and select It Takes A Village as your charity of choice. More information at //www.wooftrax.com or //resqwalk.com
Amazon Wish List
ITV has a wish list on Amazon to help us in caring for our dogs: //www.amazon.com/gp/registry/…
Donate a Bed!
Kuranda is the preferred brand of bed for our kennels. These easy-to-clean and chew-proof beds can be donated and shipped directly to ITV in your name by visiting the Kuranda website here: //kuranda.com/donate/7379
When someone places an order with Zeidler’s Flowers, they can choose It Takes a Village to receive a Helping Hands contribution. The contribution is $2.00 per order, and for local deliveries only. The $2.00 per order is funded by Zeidler’s, not the person ordering the flowers. You have to specifically mention It Takes a Village.
BUY A BAG
ITV participates in the Fresh Thyme Giving Bag Program! The program offers a special Giving Bag featuring a Giving Tag. This tag allows Fresh Thyme shoppers to direct a $1 donation to qualifying non-profits. What a great opportunity for us to raise money simply through the sale of a reusable shopping bag! Please visit any Fresh Thyme store location, buy the Giving Bag and follow the instructions on the Giving Tag to direct the $1 donation to our organization!
Order jewelry and 20% of each sale will be donated to ITV. Upon ordering, just mention It Takes A Village! Order here – //etsy.me/2rtlt8X
Bissell Partners for Pets
It Takes A Village Canine Rescue is proud to be a Partner for Pets! BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too!
When you purchase pet products on bissell.com and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to our organization! It’s simple.
· Shop pet products on www.bissell.com
· Enter the code ADOPT at checkout and select It Takes A Village!
Buy a spay/neuter license plate!!
ITV receives 10 Free spay/neuter certificates each year through the Pet Friendly License Plates program! MORE INFORMATION AT //petfriendlyplate.org/