For the first time ever, New Mexicans can use the PIT D form when filing taxes to support New Mexico's statewide spay and neuter program. Use line #14 to contribute to the ANIMAL CARE AND FACILITY FUND. Give Today! »
Did you know there’s a great new way to help stem the tide of dog and cat overpopulation in New Mexico? This year, for the first time, caring New Mexicans can donate part or all of their New Mexico state income tax refund to support a statewide spay/neuter initiative! Contributions to the Animal Care and Facility Fund, line #14 on the New Mexico PIT-D, will support affordable, accessible spay/neuter services across the state. Direct oversight by New Mexico’s Animal Sheltering Board ensures that contributions will be monitored closely and distributed in the most effective way possible.
The cost of dealing with animal overpopulation is staggering and the problem is at crisis level in New Mexico. Each year, New Mexico’s public and private animal shelters receive more than 135,000 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens; of those, nearly 70,000 are euthanized because there are no homes for them. With your help, we can change these tragic numbers. Please support this new, statewide spay/neuter initiative.
Aren't getting a tax refund but still want to give?
Make your check payable to:
Animal Care and Facility Fund, Spay/Neuter Program.
Then mail your donation to:
New Mexico Animal Sheltering Board
Regulation and Licensing Department
PO Box 25101
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-265-2322, ext. 26.
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