Serving the companion animals of Santa Fe's homeless community since 1998


SUMMER IS HERE!  Remember, we may all be getting out more now, but that doesn't mean our dogs can sit in a hot car waiting for us! "Not for a Minute . . . Not for a Second"     Dogs Can Die in Hot Cars!

Street Homeless Animal Project      SHAP 








Who We Are

The Street Homeless Animal Project’s mission is to alleviate suffering and keep homeless animal/human families together. We assist the street homeless community in obtaining veterinary care, food, and supplies for their companion animals.

What We Do

We collaborate closely with Smith Veterinary Hospital and the Santa Fe Animal Shelter for spaying and neutering, vaccinations, preventive care and emergency services. We also work with local businesses to provide food and other necessities. We advocate and educate the public and the city about the importance of helping our homeless community.

You Can Help!


We rely 100% on the generous contributions of our supporters. If you're able to support us financially (remember, every little bit helps!) please donate online via the button below.

Or donate by mail to:

Street Homeless Animal Project 

1000 Cordova Place #34

Santa Fe, NM 87505 

Item donations can be made to: 

Smith Veterinary Hospital

600 Alta Vista St. 

Santa Fe, NM 87505

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SHAP could not exist without the generous support of our wonderful volunteers.


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Immense Gratitude to Our Sponsors and Supporters!

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Contact: Karen Cain · 1000 Cordova Place #34 Santa Fe, NM 87505 · (505) 501-4933