Center for Compassion
The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA had been in dire need of a new home for our vital work. With a final push from supporters, that home opened in September 2011 and has transformed our adoption experience. Adopters, visitors, animal lovers and peers use words like warm, inspiring, creative and fun to describe our privately-funded Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame. Adoptions are just part of what makes our Center special. We offer peeks into behind-the-scenes work for kittens, dogs and wildlife, and a one-of-a-kind hands-on learning space for kids.
To learn how our Center for Compassion became a LEED-certified green building, click here. Our old facility at Coyote Point is still a vital part of our organization and essentially serves as our intake shelter. Click here for a quick overview of programs, services and functions for our two sites.
Donations of any amount will support our new shelter. If you have any questions about donating or our naming opportunities, contact Lisa Van Buskirk at Lvanbuskirk@phs-spca.org or by calling 650-340-7022 ext. 327.
The Humane House, features microchip scanning and a Sniff Zone where kids can test their noses to identify items
Personalized Bricks & Pavers
Personalized bricks and pavers are a great way to provide permanent recognition for a variety of occasions. Bricks/pavers are laser-engraved with wording of your choice and an optional graphic, and placed in our Path of Kindness that leads to our Center for Compassion. Demonstrate your love for the animals, and reserve a piece of our shelter’s history! Click here for the form.
Your name (or the name of a beloved family member, friend, or pet) can be permanently displayed inside our Center for Compassion. Names will be engraved on a creative plaque and displayed on our Circle of Friends wall near our dog dorms. Consider ordering a personalized plaque to support our new shelter. Click here to download the form.