Gifts that Give Back

By Taylor Mundy

With the holidays upon us, many of us are officially in gift shopping mode looking for the purrrrfect present.  We love these goodies and we know you will love them too!  That’s because these generous pawsitive partners have gifts that give back to local pets in need.

Rescue Coffee

Rescue Coffee is organic, fair-trade and they roast their coffee beans right here in Lakeville, Nova Scotia.  Our favorite part?!  They generously donate 10% of all proceeds in Nova Scotia to the animals in our care.  Check them out here.

SPCA Bulwark Applesecco Rosé Cider

Each bottle of limited-edition cider features an SPCA shelter pet and proceeds are generously donated back to help care for local animals in need. The bottles are in specialty stores and the NSLC! Visit here and click “check store availability” to find the store closest to you

Links of Love

At just 14 years old, Sarah helped launch Links of Love.  Links of Love has handmade bracelets and necklaces that give back to local charities like the SPCA.  They are local, stylish, and beautiful.  Check them out here.

Little Linc

Handmade and super-duper cute, Little Linc generously donates $1 from every pet bandana sold to help care for our furry friends.  Treat your four-legged-friend today and help support the SPCA by visiting here.

East Coast Lifestyle x SPCA bandanas

Our friends at East Coast Lifestyle launched a specialty bandana featuring their classic logo and our SPCA logo.  The best part is they generously donate 100% of the proceeds back so you can treat your four-legged-friend and help a furry friend in need today.  Visit here.

Cake Therapy

Local cupcake and cake shop, Cake Therapy, generously donates $2 from EVERY batch of cupcakes to furry friends in need at the Nova Scotia SPCA so you can treat yourself to cupcakes guilt-free!  Check out their website here.

SPCA Thrift Stores

You can find great bargains to pounce on at our SPCA Thrift Stores.  We strive to have the best items at the best prices and the proceeds from all sales stay in the community to help support shelter pets.

Happy howl-idays!!

Taylor Mundy

Taylor is the Communications & Development Officer with the Nova Scotia SPCA and proud adoptive fur-mama to Bonnie. She is passionate about raising awareness and funds for local animals in need.