SNAP 2 IT (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) ( http://snap2it.org) SNAP is dedicated to curbing the dog and cat overpopulation problem in Georgia through making spay/neuter services widely available as possible. Through the implementation of the county... Read more
SNAP 2 IT (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) (http://snap2it.org) SNAP is dedicated to curbing the dog and cat overpopulation problem in Georgia through making spay/neuter services widely available as possible.
Through the implementation of the county and local TNR programs and by helping to provide wellness services, rescue and adoption programs and education and outreach, we hope to reach our goal of saving lives and money.
We are a Georgia-based 501c3 non-profit organization sustained entirely from grants, donations and the generous and tireless work and support of our many volunteers.
SNAP 2 IT is looking for people like you who want to volunteer their time to help animals. There are many ways you can help and no amount of time is too small to offer.
I have never seen an organization treat its animals with so much care, so much compassion. The animals come first, behind everything else. The degree of dedication is amazing. As a relatively new volunteer, I like meeting a broad group of people and finding ways to use my talents to make a difference. It's a place to roll up your sleeves...and dig in:) In no time at all, like me, you'll find yourself hooked. Note I work full time and go to school - plenty of off-hours opportunities are available.
by Kellie K. from Norcross, GA
I highly recommend volunteering for Snap-2it. SNAP is a different kind of nonprofit specializing in preventing overpopulation and assisting those in the community who may struggle to care for their own pets. The work that SNAP does is going to save massive effect in years to come as far as preventing pet overpopulation and suffering. Thanks for all they do!
SNAP has the most caring group of volunteers. I've personally seen them go out of their way to help animals in need. I've never volunteered with a group that was so actively involved with trying to prevent pet overpopulation in the Metro Atlanta area.
They are angels on earth.