Make Your Steps Count With the WeWard App

We’re excited to team up with WeWard once again to raise funds for animals in need. Last time, we raised $5,000 for our Patriot Pets program, reuniting brave U.S. service members with the animals they rescue and befriend during deployment. Thanks to the incredible animal-loving team at WeWard and our dedicated supporters, we reached our goal quickly. This time, we’re aiming to raise $10,000 for our PAWsitive Recovery program, which provides temporary shelter and care for the pets of individuals recovering from addiction and escaping domestic abuse.

How WeWard Works

Helping animals in need through the WeWard app is easy and free. Here’s how you can make a difference:

  1. Download the app.
  2. Create an account and link it to your health app.
  3. Start walking and convert your steps at the end of each day.
  4. Once you’ve accumulated 100 Wards, you can start donating to SPCA International:
    • Click Redeem
    • Scroll to Support Charities
    • Donate your Wards

Every Ward you donate will help positively change the lives of vulnerable individuals and the pets they love. There’s no better or easier way to give back, so don’t wait. Download the WeWard app today, start walking, and saving lives!

About PAWsitive Recovery

PAWsitive Recovery, SPCA International’s newest program, offers a new “leash” on life for people in recovery and animals in shelters, helping them heal from addiction, trauma, and domestic violence. Many people avoid getting help because they have no one to care for their pets while they’re away. No one should have to lose a pet to help themselves.

PAWsitive Recovery provides pet foster care for individuals seeking treatment or recovering from domestic violence, alleviating the fear of losing their pets forever. Knowing their beloved pet is cared for makes all the difference. We also facilitate partnerships with recovery centers and animal shelters to offer workshops that integrate animals, therapy, meditation, and exercise to help with the loneliness, stress, and depression that often accompany recovery.