Tulare County Emergency Relief Fund

Your donations to the Friends of Tulare County Emergency Relief Fund Program will support emergencies in a wide-scale effort to protect the safety of persons and property in Tulare County. With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Tulare County in March 2020, COVID-19 and previous local emergencies have taken a toll on County resources.  

Tulare County Homeless Fund

Donations to the Homeless Fund will help supply toiletries, clothing, identification card/application fees, furnishings, or cooking utensils/appliances, or may fund expenses like a utility bill or car repair for those experiencing, at risk for, or exiting homelessness.

Tulare County Parks & Recreation Adopt an Arbor

You can support the parks! Adopt-An-Arbor is an innovative way for businesses, community groups, and individuals to provide financial support for the refurbishment and maintenance of Tulare County parks.

K/T AAA - Senior Day in the Park

K/T AAA sponsors the annual “Senior Day in the Park,” featuring games, exhibitor booths, music, food, and live entertainment. Your kind donations help us provide specialty events that give the seniors a real thrill, like live music, our photo booth, a classic car show, and the annual cake walk.

Animal Services - Spay/Neuter

For some people, accessing veterinary care or having their animals spayed or neutered and vaccinated can be difficult to afford. Donations to the Animal Services Spay/Neuter Fund help provide reduced-cost spay/neuter vouchers and help bring mobile spay/neuter clinics to small communities with no access to veterinary care.

Probation Youth

Donations to the Probation Youth programs, which include the Family Preservation, Team Supervision, and Foster Youth units, provide needed supports for youth on probation who have multiple, complex needs.

Animal Services - General

 

If you care about animals and are looking for a way to make a difference—this is it! Your donations to the Animal Services General Fund are used for purchasing educational materials; covering expenses associated with providing low-cost vaccination and microchip clinics to the county’s rural communities; purchasing general supplies to improve the animals’ health; transporting animals to rescue organizations; and for various other items to enhance the program’s education and outreach efforts.

Animal Services has the following responsibilities: Maintaining the health and safety of the animals in their care and custody; overseeing the dog licensing program for county residents; providing outreach and education services; and responding to public complaints, reports of vicious animals, dog bites, and animal neglect cases. Animal Services’ primary goal is to find new homes for shelter animals through adoptions, foster parents, and rescue groups.