Thank You for Your Interest in Donating to TSCR!

TSCR is always in need of monetary donations to help defray our pups’ veterinary care costs, which include everything from basic spaying/neutering, major surgeries, and treatments for heartworms or parvovirus. Although we do recoup some of those veterinary expenses with adoption fees, we typically aren’t able to fully cover the costs of each of our rescues. Any donation, no matter the size, will help TSCR to continue our lifesaving work. Please consider making a donation to TSCR so that we can continue saving lives. TSCR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so all donations are tax-deductible.



Donation FAQ

A. Your generous donation will be used to support all of the activities necessary to save Collies, Shelties, and mixes thereof in the TSCR service area, which currently includes Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Specifically, donations go toward veterinary care, supplies, and other general operations that increase our capacity to save lives.

A. If you itemize your tax deductions, absolutely! TSCR is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered with the IRS.

A. First of all, thank you for your support! We accept donations in person, through mail (please send to Tri-State Collie Rescue, 3009 Pebble Brook, Jeffersonville, IN 47130), and online.

A. Monetary funds provide us the flexibility to respond to the most pressing needs that we encounter every day. However, we are also always in need of supplies. If you would like to donate needed supplies, please visit our Amazon Wish List or our Chewy Wish List.

Because we are on a mission! We strive to be a full-service rescue, from animal intake, care, and adoption to supporting training needs and helping animals stay in loving homes where appropriate with assistance. TSCR is more than a dog rescue. We are a community resource that uses data-driven best practices and leads our breed rescue in progressive rescue policies (i.e., MDR1 genetic testing, senior-to-senior or adults with disabilities placements).