I WANT TO DONATE
As an independent, nonprofit animal shelter, 100% of your charitable gift will directly benefit the animals at the Humane Society. Rest assured that every dollar is wisely used in the best interest of the animals, and will enable us to provide the shelter and veterinary care they need until we can find them a home.
We are always looking for varies donation items at the shelter! From dog food to postage stamps, every single donation goes right back to the shelter and continues to help the animals of our community. View our current Wish List Items here.
A dime here. A quarter there. It might not seem like much, but when hundreds give, the spare change adds up and helps animals at the Humane Society of Sheboygan County.
How You Can Help
Show your support when you see a Donation Box at a local business by dropping in your spare change. Spread the word and suggest to your friends and family that they do the same.
Turn empty counter space into a benefit for your business, your customers and your community! Let us know you want a box, by emailing us here.
Thank you to our wonderful donation box partners:
|Cedar Grove Veterinary Services||Weather Center Café|
Help us raise money for companion animals, while helping the environment! Drop of your aluminum cans or other similar recyclable items directly at HSSC. The donation bin is located on the north-west corner of the building.
A great way to give back to HSSC is to donate your time. The shelter is always looking for volunteers to help with administrative work around the office to taking care of our animals. Donate your time today!
Looking for a creative way to give back to your community during the holiday season? From December 1st – December 31st, put up a Giving Tree and hang tags on it with the Humane Society of Sheboygan County Wish List items. Supply your own tree and we will supply the tags!
Interested in hosting a Giving Tree? Fill out our Giving Tree form!
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Become A Volunteer
Volunteers are essential to everything we do! Shelter volunteers provide hands-on animal care such as grooming, exercising, kennel cleaning, general housekeeping, and socializing the animals.
Other volunteer opportunities include off-site adoption events, office work/data entry, fundraising events, humane education and pet visits to local schools or organizations, and committee work.