Our Supporters


Since our inception as a non profit rescue in 2014, our focus has been to save as many lives as possible. Unfortunately, adoption fees alone aren't enough to pay for the rescue, transport, vetting, food, bed, crate and rehabilitation of our rescues.

We thank all of our supporters—large and small—through grants, cash and supply donations, hosting fundraising events, and social media shares and fundraisers. Our fosters, transporters, and volunteers make it possible for us to save so many lives — a huge thank you to you!

Below is a list of our supporters that make this all possible in so many ways:*

Bill and May Allison Foundation Grant
The Mark and Sally Egan Foundation Inc.

In Memory

Robert Sharpe

Adoption & Fundraising
Event Hosts

Bear Cave Comedy
Centennial Beer Hall
Montecito Pet Shop
Wildcat Lounge Glitter Brunch

Adoption & Fundraising
Event Sponsors

Andrea Schumacher
Acme Hospitality
Aligned Pilates
Blaze Pizza
Blue Owl
Chocolate Maya
Cashy's Playpen
Crafters Warehouse
Jules by the Sea
Le Reve Spa
Mesa Pizza Co.
Mudita Med Spa
The Red Piano
See me Smile Dental
Seventh Dimension Dance
Tanna Rae Beauty Lounge
Third Window Brewing
Treat Salon
Vices and Spices
Yoga Soup


John Palmineri

Event Planning

Amy Van Hook

Graphic Design

Cyan Design Studio


Veils & Tails Photography


SB Petsitters

Spark Rescue

Spark Rescue Santa Barbara is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit charity animal rescue organization, founded in February 2014, in Santa Barbara, CA, by Susan Park.

We Provide:
  • Rescue of cats & dogs from kill shelters and from the streets of Southern California
  • Foster homes to provide our rescues with a loving temporary home.
  • Adoption of rescued pets to qualified homes that have been properly screened and counseled by our Adoption Coordinator.
  • Rehoming of pets that are surrendered by owners who can no longer care for them.
Our Mission

Our Mission is to bring adoptable homeless pets that have been abused, abandoned and overbred into our program for social rehabilitation and emotional recovery and re-home them to permanent, loving homes. We hope to educate the public to help end euthanasia in Santa Barbara and Southern California through spaying and neutering and by preventing backyard breeding.

Our Goal

Our Goal is to acquire M-1 commercial property and have the ability to rescue and house as many animals as possible. We would like to offer a sanctuary where the animals will be free to roam and socialize, but still be in a family environment. We want a place where potential adopters can come visit our rescues and where volunteers can come together and give the rescues as much love and attention as possible.

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