Support Our Fundraisers

As a nonprofit, we rely on fundraising to remain in operation, and we like to choose interesting and exciting campaigns that our supporters will enjoy. The ones below are some of the most popular ones that are available year-round. We also have special events like Dine-to-Donate with local restaurants, the Caring Catalog which is hosted by the F-M Area Foundation in December, Giving Hearts Day in February, and flower power sales. Be sure to watch our events page on the website and Facebook to keep up-to-date on fundraising events that interest you!

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Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co.


Amazon will make a donation to 4 Luv of Dog Rescue when you check out with


Get a monthly box of goodies for your dog by subscribing to BarkBox! Use code 4LUVOFDOG to receive 10% off, and the Rescue will receive a $15 donation!


Shop at Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. and use code 4luvofdog at checkout. 4 Luv of Dog will receive 10% from both new customer and ongoing orders!

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We have an account with MinnKota Recycling. Please drop off your aluminum cans at one of their recycling centers and let them know you would like to donate the proceeds to the 4 Luv of Dog Rescue (acct #281-7233). Not only is recycling good for the environment, it can help our dogs too!


Donate your car to help homeless animals and receive a charitable tax deduction in the process. Get rid of that vehicle taking up space in your garage or driveway and avoid the headache and hassle of selling it.

Annual Silent Auction

November 5th, 2022

3803 13th Avenue South / Fargo, ND 58103

4 Luv of Dog Rescue will hold its 14th Annual Silent Auction & Social on Saturday November 5th, 2022. The Silent Auction is the Rescue’s largest fundraiser of the year. Last year’s hybrid event drew over 1,000 virtual participants, and we are hopeful that this year’s participation will exceed that number.


We began utilizing an online bidding when it was a necessity during the pandemic, but it has turned into a reliable and convenient system for everyone involved. Donors can place their bids from wherever they are, instead of needing to hover over a paper bid sheet, scrambling to be the final name written when the event ends. The electronic organization means that when the bidder goes to collect their items, they have very little wait time since all it takes is a quick lookup to find the items.


Further details will be available closer to the event.