Sponsor A "Greyhound Godchild"


Learn How You Can Help

For not much more that the cost of going out to lunch or a few trips to the coffee cart, you can be instrumental in saving lives and helping us to find caring homes for greyhounds who deserve a chance at life and love.

In return for a minimum monthly pledge of just $10.00, you will receive:

  • A monthly letter introducing one of Operation Greyhound’s currently adoptable greyhounds; and
  • A photo of the current month’s Greyhound Godchild.

There is no obligation and you can cancel your pledge at any time. However, this is a great way to share in some of the joys of greyhound ownership even if you can't have pets, have too many pets, or if you would like to volunteer but don't have the time!

For More Information and to Apply

Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. Please print, complete and return our Sponsor Application and begin bettering the lives of these wonderful creatures today.

And as a further inducement, please note that Operation Greyhound is a qualified tax-exempt organization, so your contributions are tax-deductible.

The mailing address for returning your Sponsor Application is:

Operation Greyhound
273 Chicory Lane
El Cajon, Ca 92021

You can also fax your completed Sponsor Application (credit card pledges only) to
(619) 593-1337.

Please contact us with any questions at Phone (619) 588-6611


Ever Considered Fostering a Greyhound?

Fostering is a great way to help a greyhound find a home. By living in a home with love and attention, even the shyest greyhounds tend to come out of their shells. Fostering also allows our organization to take in more greyhounds during overflow periods. Fostering a greyhound can be an extremely rewarding experience. You can read about someone's personal fostering experience and decide if fostering might be right for you. There are not always dogs available for fostering, but when there are, we think it's a win-win proposition. (Special note: Please remember that it will be necessary to bring the "fostered" back to Operation Greyhound periodically so he/she can be viewed by interested "permanent" greyt parents.)