There are many way in which you can help the Humane Society and our homeless pets.
01. Adopt A Pet
Provide an orphaned animal the loving home they deserve.
02. Donate Online
Or donate by phone using American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa.
Your time and talents to work with staff and care for the animals is a priceless gift.
04. Become a Corporate Sponsor
Help underwrite fundraising expenses while promoting your business.
05. Make a Tax-Deductible Donation
In honor of a beloved pet, friend or family member with a tribute or memorial gift.
06. Buy The License Plate
Purchase and proudly display the Humane Society’s attractive, heartwarming license plate on your vehicle.
07. Host A Fundraiser
Host a third-party fundraiser and donate the proceeds to the Humane Society cats and dogs.
08. Sponsor a Kennel
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08. Plan a Gift
Consider a planned gift and support the work of the Humane Society in perpetuity. We welcome gifts made through wills, life insurance, retirement plans, charitable remainder trusts, securities, and real property.
We can’t do it without you!
Although quoted to the point of cliché, the African proverb “It takes a village” rings true when it comes to the plight of homeless animals. As cities grow and populations increase so does the number of homeless animals who are abused, neglected, and abandoned. Because animals can not speak for themselves, it will always be the responsibility of animal advocates to help our furry four-legged companions who rely on human compassion for their welfare. So, why wait? Start today.
Why We Need Your Support
Your gift will help offset the cost of spaying, neutering and caring for all those innocent homeless pets awaiting adoption. In tough economic times like these, we have increased demand to re-home pets whose families have no choice but to surrender them. Can we count on you for a gift to help us continue this important work?
We rescue homeless pets as we did last year when dozens of kittens were discovered living at the Flathead County landfill. People surrender pets they can no longer afford to feed and sometimes we find them abandoned at our facility.
We found Blue waiting for us one cold winter morning tied to a tree in front of our building. His leash was entangled in such a way that he couldn’t reach his frozen water bowl. Confused and fearful, Blue was reluctant to let staff get close to him. However, hunger and exhaustion won out as we gently slipped a leash over his head and quietly took him inside the adoption center.
We later learned that his owner was homeless and couldn’t afford to feed his dog. He reasoned that leaving Blue at the Humane Society was his only option to save Blue’s life.
Fortunately, a local KAJ-TV News Reporter who heard of Blue’s plight presented his story on the evening news and days later Blue was adopted by a caring family. He finally found a permanent place to call home.
Unfortunately, Blue’s story is not that uncommon. Dogs tied to our fence or a litter of kittens abandoned in a cardboard box don’t typically get the publicity that Blue received. Because homeless animals are helpless, there are some things animals depend on us to do. We could not accomplish those things without the help of wonderful people like you.
At the Humane Society of Northwest Montana, the patter of little paws has never been louder. If you cannot adopt a pet right now, please find it in your heart to…