WHAT Do We Need?

RSVP Osceola’s newest volunteer station, SNiP-it Clinic, is in need of clean, new or gently used, towels, blankets, and throws.

WHERE To Drop Off Donations?

If you would like to help, please consider donating to our towel and blanket drive.  Donations can be dropped off at:

SNiP-it Clinic
3096 Michigan Ave
Kissimmee, FL 34744 

Volunteers at for Community Impact
3545 Lake Breeze Dr.
Orlando, FL 32808 

WHO Are These Towels/Blankets Going To?

SNiP-it stands for Spay Neuter is Prevention!  And this non-profit is certainly doing their part to help control the pet overpopulation problem by providing low-cost spay and neuter services to the community.

Want To Help More?

Volunteer positions are also available at the clinic if you want to do more!  Contact Sharon Smith for more information:
407-298-4180 X 108 or

ABOUT SNiP-it Clinic

It started in 2001.  One person, one vision, one animal at a time.  Founder Gloria Wade was determined to end pet homelessness and reduce animal overpopulation in Central Florida.  In 2002, the organization she founded (The Animal Welfare Alliance of Central Florida) was instrumental in convincing the commissioners of Seminole County to eliminate the practice of adopting out intact animals from the County Animal Shelter.  This in turn brought the benefits of spaying and neutering to the community’s attention.  From then to 2013,  with the help of her sister (Joan Frazier), the organization has supported many spay/neuter programs and assisted hundreds of pet owners in need.

In 2014, the organization was re-named and re-structured to be more efficient and more effective. Today, under the name SNiP-it, we are still focused on the vision of assisting the residents of Central Florida with low cost, easy access spay/neuter options. While our name has changed, our mission has not!