As a 100% community-funded organization, the Dumb Friends League relies on the generosity of people like you to support our mission of ending pet homelessness and animal suffering. Through giving, our compassionate community of donors and volunteers makes our vital work possible.
It is because of you that we are able to provide warm shelter, veterinary care, and behavioral support for nearly 20,000 homeless animals each year. And every little bit help helps.
- $20 feeds two neglected horses for one day.
- $32 gives a homeless pet one night of safe shelter.
- $60 helps pay for positive animal behavior training – an essential component to many successful adoptions.
With the end of summer fast approaching, we know school supplies may soon be on your shopping list. But did you know you can support the League while you shop? It’s true! Our amazing give-back partners sell special products, or generously donate a portion of their business revenue, to support the League’s mission-driven work. Please find a list of our current give-back partners below and see how you can help provide for the animals in our care through purchases you make every day.
Are you interested in donating a portion of your product sales or revenue to support homeless animals at the Dumb Friends League? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can become a give-back partner!Email Us Now
King Soopers Community Rewards
The King Soopers Community Rewards program allows you to support the League simply by doing your regular grocery shopping. In fact, in the past two years, we have raised over $30,000 through the generous participation of more than 600 households.
Joining is easy! Once you link your loyalty card to the League, all you have to do is shop at King Soopers and swipe your card or enter your alternate ID at checkout. If you’re shopping online, simply ensure that your card number is linked to your online account. It’s that easy for your purchases to count toward a quarterly rebate donated to the League, at no additional cost to you.
You can search for the Dumb Friends League or enter our ID number (JW901) to link your card.
Visit the King Soopers Community Rewards page today to join.Visit
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice, at no cost to you. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know – same products, same prices, same service.
Since we launched the program in 2014, AmazonSmile has raised nearly $90,000 for the Dumb Friends League. Help us grow the program and our impact by joining Amazon Smile today and shopping via your AmazonSmile account.Visit
Bissell Partners for Pets
BISSELL developed the Partners for Pets program to help you support local animal welfare organizations. When you purchase BISSELL pet products on bissell.com, a portion of your purchase can be designated to support the BISSELL Pet Foundation, which provides grants to animal shelters and rescues participating in the Partners for Pets program across the country.Visit
Bud Doyle – REALTOR®
Bud is a residential realtor with Bud’s Home Team/Keller Williams Executives Realty. According to Bud, “My mission statement is to Impact Lives Thru Real Estate. The way I accomplish that goal is to donate 10% of my income from real estate to charities that have impacted the lives of my clients. If the Dumb Friends League has impacted your life and if you choose me to serve as your realtor, I will be proud and honored to make a 10% donation of my commission, upon a successful closing, to the Dumb Friends League on your behalf.”Visit
Founded by Lance Harding and Sky Davis in 2018, Cat Topia is a local company devoted to cat health. By building custom cat enclosures for the outdoors (known as Catios), Cat Topia works to eliminate the risks the environment may present to cats. Cat Topia builds with recycled lumber and believes in cat adoption. They proudly support the League with monthly donations and work closely with the community to bring awareness to cat safety and their health. Shop now!Visit
The Crazy Merchant
When you shop at The Crazy Merchant, you can designate 10% of your purchase price as a donation toward the League. The store keeps track of all donations and issues a check annually that reflects the total amount given to help homeless animals. There is no need to sign up; just head over to The Crazy Merchant in Littleton.Visit
GoodPup’s mission is to help every dog and dog parent live their best lives together. Using live one-on-one video training sessions, GoodPup connects dog owners with certified trainers to teach basic cues and advanced behavior on topics like crate training, barking, begging, and jumping. Trainers follow positive reinforcement training methods, and they’re available 7-days-a-week until Midnight EST.
Members of the Dumb Friends League community can receive a free one-week trial of GoodPup’s virtual training subscription service.* With every enrollment that continues past the trial period, GoodPup will make a donation of $40 to the League! Click the button link below to enroll in GoodPup’s subscription training service and receive one free week of virtual training.
*Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time. GoodPup is neither affiliated with, nor a program of, the Dumb Friends League.Visit
Good Times All-Natural Burgers & Frozen Custard
As a local Colorado company, Good Times All-Natural Burgers & Frozen Custard is proud to support the Dumb Friends League. Dogs love their Pawbenders, made with all-natural frozen custard, peanut butter and dog biscuits. For each Pawbender purchase, a portion of sales goes toward supporting the League. In our 12-year partnership, Good Times has donated more than $73,000 to support the League’s mission to end pet homelessness and animal suffering.Visit
LAURIE RANDOLPH – REALTOR®
Laurie is a Denver Metro area realtor with a passion for animals in need. She has volunteered for many years at animal shelters in Florida and Colorado, with a special passion for supporting shelter dogs. Ten percent (10%) of Laurie’s real estate commissions are donated to the Dumb Friends League to help support the animals in our care. In addition, Laurie is committed to supporting the teams working in animal and homeless shelter environments, first responders, healthcare workers, teachers, and veterans by offering special savings on listing commissions and closing costs for buyers. Learn more.Visit
Stripe Signature Home Inspections
Alex Stripe, owner of Stripe Signature Home Inspections, adopted both of his dogs, Whiskey and Ginger, from the Dumb Friends League. The company gives 10% of inspection fees (not including radon or sewer scope) to each client’s charity of choice, including the Dumb Friends League.Visit
Subiesmith, a local independent Subaru mechanic throughout metro Denver, is partnering with the Dumb Friends League to help preserve the vital bonds between people and their pets. Through monthly donations, sponsored events/supply drives, and online promotions, Subiesmith supports long-term solutions and meaningful change in our shared communities. Subiesmith also advocates for the League’s work and the animals in its care by promoting the League to its customer database and online audiences so that more animals in need find loving homes.Visit
NOTE: Dumb Friends League is not affiliated with the give-back partners listed on this page and is not endorsing their products or services. The League does not make any express or implied warranties or otherwise assume any liability with respect to their products/services or information on their websites.