Chester County SPCA
The Chester County SPCA has been part of Pedaling4Paws since 2009. We proudly support this shelter and visit after the ride is over to deliver our donations.
Animal Rescue League of Berks County
The Berks ARL has been part of Pedaling4Paws since 2010. It is a wonderful facility just outside of Reading and it deserves your support!
Carbon County Friends of Animals
The Carbon County Friends of Animals has grown since 2010 when Pedaling4Paws first included it and is now in a new and much larger facility that is perfect for the animals but never as good as your home! Support them!!
SPCA of Luzerne County
Supported by Pedaling4Paws since 2010 but because of its location, not a shelter we stop to visit, but you should. See how you can help!
Griffin Pond Animal Shelter
Pedaling4Paws began supporting Griffin Pond Animal Shelter in 2014 and it is a favorite of Rich Hayes who started his own Pedaling4Paws ride in NEPA. Way to go Rich! Keep up the great work and we’ll do our best to support Griffin Pond too!
Pike County Humane Society
Brand new to the Pedaling4Paws family of shelters in 2015, the Pike County Humane Society was added after P4P learned how close to closing this shelter had come in 2014. Our plan is to help this shelter and you should too!
Kitty Cottage Adoption Center
A relative newcomer to the Pedaling4Paws family of shelters, Kitty Cottage was added by fellow P4P supporter and cyclist Howard Haber. Howard believes in Kitty Cottage and you should too!
New for 2015, Tabby’s Place is actually in New Jersey, but just across from New Hope, PA and it is one of the shelters where P4P will stop on its Pennsylvania East ride. Meet us there or visit on your own and support them!
Bucks County SPCA
New for 2015, Bucks County SPCA actually has two locations. P4P will stop a the Quakertown Upper Bucks SPCA location on its Pennsylvania East ride. Meet us there or visit on your own and support them!
Red Paw Emergency Relief Team
Pedaling4Paws has supported the Red Paw Emergency Relief Team after fellow cyclist Gary Bianchini brought this brand new organization run by firefighter and founder Jen Leary started it. An amazing story and you should support this cause!