At the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, we are always thankful for the generous support of people just like you. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) humane organization, so donations are tax-deductible. If you are interested in supporting our organization, take action today! Your contribution could save the life of a dog, cat or other animal, and will ensure that the programs we've offered for more than 100 years will continue to grow and improve our community.
A great way to support the Humane Society of Greater Dayton is to become a member. Not only will you help our animals and fund our life-saving programs, but you'll also receive ongoing information on how your contributions make a difference. Through our newsletter, special-event invitations and details from our executive director, you will be in the know and up to date on all that our organization accomplishes.
Caryl Philips Society Annual Giving
The Caryl Philips Society (CPS) is a group of passionate and dedicated individuals who love animals and support the lifesaving work of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton through upper level membership contributions. CPS annual membership gift levels range from $1,000 to $10,000 or more. Want to learn more about how to be a Caryl Philips Society? Find out here.
How Do Your Donations Help?
- $15 helps us neuter one cat.
- $30 helps us neuter two cats.
- $60 helps us spay two female cats.
- $250 helps us pay for heartworm treatment for one dog.
- $350 helps us purchase 5 cat traps, so that we can spay and neuter "free-roaming" cats.
- $500 helps us spay 16 female cats.
- $750 helps us neuter 50 male cats.
- $1,000 helps us purchase 10 play cages for cats entering our Foster at Home program.
- $1,500 covers the adoption fees for 18 hard-to-place adult pets.
- $2,000 helps support our Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program, to prevent wild cats from reproducing.
A great way to support our organization is to attend one of our many fundraisers! These events take place throughout the year. Learn more now!
To make a financial contribution to the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, you can mail it to us at 1661 Nicholas Road, Dayton, OH 45417; call us at 937/262-5920; or pledge online.
Second Chance Fund
Help animals requiring expensive medical surgeries and extensive medical care receive a second chance. This fund goes directly toward these procedures, so that all animals can receive the care they deserve, regardless of cost.
Memorial contributions are a simple, loving way to remember your favorite pet or a loved one. You can make a donation of any amount in someone's name, or you can purchase a brick in our Memorial Garden for $100. The brick can be personalized with three lines of text, up to 13 characters per line (including spacing). Just download the Memorial Garden brick form and mail it – with your check or money order for the number of bricks requested – to the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, at 1661 Nicholas Road, Dayton, OH 45417.
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton provides one of the city's only safe, leash-free environments for dogs of all sizes. Help ensure that this important park remains a valued part of the community. To support the dog park, you can contribute any amount.
Dog-Kennel or Cat-Cage Sponsorship
Receive a plaque with your name, honoree, memorial, etc. on it. The plaque will be mounted on a cage for the duration of your sponsorship. Cat-cage sponsorships are $500 for one year, and dog-kennel sponsorships are $1,000 for one year.
Not able to adopt right now, but looking for a way to help? Do you want to put a face to your donation? Consider sponsoring a pet! Pet sponsorship offers you the opportunity to have a "virtual pet," while simultaneously supporting the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. The average sponsorship is $500, which is based on the average stay of an animal. The costs associated with an animal's stay include intake, vaccinations, spay/neuter services, vet services and the housing of the animal until it is adopted. On occasion, there may be an animal who needs special care, due to an illness or injury. These occasional circumstances make some sponsorship amounts greater than $500.
If your business is interested in becoming a sponsor of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, contact Brian Weltge, President and C.E.O., at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also reach him by phone, at 937/262-5928. He will follow up within one week to discuss the options that best fit your business.
Whether a will, estate, stock or other contribution, planned giving is a smart way to ensure that your assets play an ongoing role in the future of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. To learn more about these options, download our Legacy of Care brochure.