A Capital Grant is to provide larger funding for buildings, construction or equipment, rather than program or operating expensesThis grant generally funds such things as:
To be used to request product to be donated from the Petco Foundation. Only products carried by Petco may be donated and it must be picked up at a Petco store location. Quantities requested may be modified to aid in shipping or for financial considerations.These donations can be used for the following:
"We Are Family, Too" provides short-term and seed funding for specific programs created by animal welfare groups to help pet owners who have lost their homes or are experiencing temporary financial hurdles keep their animals.We Are Family, Too funds such programs as:
To provide funding for projects that support the Petco Foundation 4Rs: Reduce (spay/neuter); Rescue (adoptions); Rehabilitate (training); Rejoice (promotes and assists with the human/animal bond). This funding request is also for Sponsorships.Items covered by this type of grant include:
It is the Petco Foundation's policy not to pay indirect costs on any proposal requesting an award of $100,000 or less. For research grant proposals requesting over $100,000, the Petco Foundation will consider indirect costs equaling up to 10% of the direct costs of the proposed project. The Petco Foundation does not pay government-approved overhead rates on research grants. The following expenses are examples of charges the Petco Foundation considers institutional infrastructure costs and will not allow as direct costs in a research budget: office rent, grants and contracts office expenses, institutional and departmental administrative expenses, institutional and departmental information technology expenses, and accounting and legal services.
For all other grant proposals requesting an award greater than $100,000 it is the Petco Foundation's policy not to pay indirect costs. In these grant proposals, necessary administrative costs related to the request can be built into the direct costs of the proposal, but the Petco Foundation will generally not accept institutional infrastructure costs to be included within the budget.
The Petco Foundation reviews each budget individually for the appropriateness of the direct costs being requested.