At Pine Street Animal Hospital, we know that small businesses can make a big difference in the community where their employees work and play. Over the decades of being in business, we have had the opportunity to invest in the Spartanburg area in many different ways. We support the environment, people, and animals here. Read on to learn more about the non-profits we support. We hope you’ll join us in supporting these great causes!
If you share our passion for caring for animals and caring for our community, please visit our Job Listings page to become a part of our team.
We are proud to support the Charles Lea Center’s efforts to enhance the quality of life for approximately 1,600 children and adults in Spartanburg County. At the Center, people with intellectual disabilities and/or chronic medical conditions are given resources in the form of work, day, and residential education and care..
We think it’s important to support the Hope Center for Children because they build stable, healthy families by providing Positive Parenting classes and clinical support. They also create safe places from abuse and neglect at their Faucette House, Anchor House, and Transitional Living program.
We are excited to be a part of the growth and expansion taking place at Project R.E.S.T. (formerly SAFE Homes Rape Crisis Center), which works to end domestic violence with trauma-informed services such as clinical support and shelter. As the new name spells out, they work to Restore, Empower, Support, and Transform.
March of Dimes works at the national and local level to end preventable maternal death, preventable infant death, and the health equity gap in our country. In 2021, they raised over $2M with 10,000 volunteers during the March for Babies.
Critter Connection’s mission is near and dear to our pet-centered hearts: they are an animal rescue group dedicated to saving homeless, neglected, abused and abandoned animals in the Upstate area. Members are invited to foster pets, and they do a great job of making it a good experience for the foster family and the animals.
Miracle Hill Ministries impresses us with the work they’ve done to address and reduce homelessness for over 80 years. They are an institution in our community, and we’re proud to be able to support their work. See their website below, or we highly recommend you check out their podcast, hosted by Ryan Duerk.
When Dr. Kevin Elliott and his wife Allyson unexpectedly lost their son Kolson, they organized a fun run to raise money for a scholarship in his honor. PSAH was honored to be able to help sponsor and support this event along with the Spartanburg Community. We look forward to supporting this in the years to come.
The Chapman Cultural Center’s goal is to be a hub for cultural leadership and education by promoting the role of the arts in the Spartanburg community. They have reached over 40,000 students, held over 380 events annually and received over 350,000 visitors to their downtown location.
The day has come when we need to protect our natural resources. Spartanburg Soil and Water Conservation District uses education, demonstration, and technical services to protect our soil and water in smart ways.
We join many people and businesses in providing stewardship to this breathtaking national recreation area. We hope that our efforts with Friends of Land Between the Lakes will help to increase visitation and also enhance the quality of the visitation experience. If you have a chance to go, check out the wolf pups at the Nature Station!
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is an organization that strives ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting through education and work on behalf of wild public lands, waters, and wildlife. They're taking a leadership role in advocating for the conservation of our country's wild places.
Our support for LCGBF provides research into the conservation, management, and traditional hunting practices of big game birds. Want to talk turkey? Then this is the site for you.