It’s never been easier to make an impact.

By becoming a RescueBox member you are providing your pet with hours of fun by spoiling them with a stash of healthy treats, engaging toys, and unique accessories for them to enjoy. More importantly, you are also providing less fortunate pets with life-saving supplies - including food and crucial vaccinations.

Our motivation for creating RescueBox was to make a difference in the lives of animals. Together, with your help, we're able to accomplish just this.

For every month you are a member, pets in shelters across America will the receive crucial help they need with the help of our partners at Greater Good, Rescue Bank, and A Shot at Life.

How It Works

Select your box type

Over a $40 Value starting at $23.45!
We cater to both dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes. Select the box that works best for your furry family member.

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Choose your delivery frequency

The longer you commit, the more you donate! For every month that you subscribe, we will donate 5 pounds of food and 2 vaccinations to shelter pets in need.

Unbox your goodies

Every delivery is unique. Each box contains toys, treats, and accessories hand-selected by our team of passionate pet-lovers.

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Make an impact

After your purchase is made, we work with our charitable partners at Rescue Bank and GreaterGood. They help facilitate the donations of food and vaccines.

Your Impact Counts

Animals that are healthy, well-fed, and disease-resistant have much better odds of finding a happy forever home. That’s why RescueBox teamed up with GreaterGood.org to provide food and vaccines to homeless animals all over the country.

Your RescueBox subscription will provide a minimum of 2 vaccines and 5 pounds of food to homeless pets, and your impact grows the longer you subscribe!

Every time you renew your subscription, we’ll donate the same amount again; giving even more to animals in need! Read below to learn more about how your subscription helps.

Vaccinating Animals with A Shot At Life

Preventable diseases like kennel cough or feline herpesvirus can stop an adoption in its tracks—not to mention being a danger to unprotected populations in the shelter. Although shelters try to meet the needs of their animals, they may not be able to afford a timely delivery of much-needed vaccinations.

That’s why GreaterGood.org launched A Shot at Life, a program aimed at providing free vaccines to shelters and rescues around the country who need them most. Thanks to discounted and donated vaccines provided by their vaccine partners, GreaterGood.org is able to immunize an animal for far less than the shelter would pay for the same vaccine.

By subscribing to RescueBox, you vaccinate a minimum of 2 animals against infectious disease.

FAQs

What types of vaccinations will my subscription provide?

GreaterGood.org awards vaccines for both dogs and cats, and occasionally for other animals such as horses. In 2015, A Shot At Life provided vaccines against Rabies, Kennel Cough (Bordetella), Adenovirus Type 1 and 2, Canine Influenza, Parvovirus, Feline Distemper, Calcivirus, and Feline Panleukopenia.

How many vaccines are awarded each year?

That depends on how many donations the program receives! In 2015 alone, A Shot At Life provided over $236k worth of vaccines to 120 worthy organizations in 37 states. That’s a lot of animals who are healthier, happier, and much better positioned to find forever families. With your RescueBox subscription, we can do even more in 2016.

How are shelters/rescues selected to receive vaccines?

When GreaterGood.org has vaccines available to award, they open a grant application to their national list of shelters and rescues, about 5,000 groups located in all 50 states. At the end of the application period, they select top applicants to receive A Shot At Life grants based on need.

Are all shelters and rescues eligible to apply?

All groups are eligible to apply, however each grant might have certain requirements that would exclude certain groups. For example, if the grant is for a feline vaccine, a dog-only shelter or rescue would be ineligible.

Feeding Animals With Rescue Bank

Each year, millions of pounds of nutritious pet food are donated by brand name manufacturers for delivery by Rescue Bank® to pre-qualified animal welfare non-profits throughout America. Rescue Bank supports freight-paid deliveries to smaller, less visible non-profits that have limited access to resources.

Millions of pounds of nutritious pet food arrive at rescue organizations in need each year. In 2015, Rescue Bank shipped its 1000th truckload of food—that’s over 100 million meals for hungry animals waiting for adoption!

The impact doesn’t stop with full bellies. Food is often the largest expense for rescues, and by offsetting those costs, rescues can use that money for other programs that save more lives.

Your subscription to RescueBox provides a minimum of 5 pounds of food to rescue groups in need.

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What types of food will my subscription provide?

Rescue Bank awards donated food to rescue groups across the country. Because of the nature of the donation program, it is not always possible to say what type of food will be delivered. It is possible to say, however, that the food is quality, healthy, name-brand food. Rescue Bank delivers dry and wet food for cats and dogs based on availability.

How are shelters/rescues selected to receive food?

Donations are distributed by region to distribution centers. These centers take responsibility for distributing the food equitably to Rescue Bank approved shelters or rescues who come to a distribution to receive food.

Are all shelters and rescues eligible to apply?

Rescue Bank works primarily with smaller, less-visible rescues who have large impact. Because of this, there are some restrictions on which groups can receive food. Each group must also go through an application and vetting process. To learn more about how Rescue Bank selects and approves its groups, or to apply to be a part of Rescue Bank, visit rescuebank.org.