Dear Humane Society Friend,
Although animals can't speak for themselves, they do deserve a voice. As a supporter of the Humane Society of Pulaski County, you can be their voice in our community. We hope you will provide that support by becoming a member or renewing your annual membership.
As the only private, no-kill shelter in central Arkansas, the number of animals we rescue depends solely on our income from memberships, donations, fundraisers, and bequests. Remember, we receive no money from the city, county or state, nor are we affiliated with any national animal organizations. Our shelter is always full of healthy, happy dogs and cats awaiting homes. Here’s a few stories of those we have helped, with your support, this past year.
2014 was a great year for HSPC! We are making a difference in our community with help from your donations of money and volunteer time. Here's how HSPC used your money last year:
Because of your support, hundreds of needy animals were rescued and found loving homes in 2014. Won't you please help us help the animals by becoming a member of the Humane Society? And if you can, consider giving monthly so we can save even more animals. It will help find lifelong and loving homes for animals who deserve the chance to live happily ever after in their forever homes.
LEVELS OF MEMBERSHIP: Examples Of What Your Dollars Can Do:
_____ $2,500 GUARDIAN ANGEL (Your name will be featured on a plaque in the shelter)
_____ $1,000 President's Circle buys enough dog and cat food to last one week.
_____ $500 Sustaining level of $40 a month maintains the cage-less cat room for a month.
____ $365 Benefactors provide heartworm treatment for one dog.
_____ $240 Sustaining level of $20 a month provides in-house blood testing and lab work for five animals.
_____ $120 Sustaining level of $10 a month provides spay/neuter surgery for one dog or cat.
_____ $60 Sustaining level of $5 a month provides basic treatment (foot trimming and worming) for one horse.
_____ $50 Family provides vaccinations and heartworm preventative for one dog or cat.
_____ $25 Basic for Individuals, _______ $15 for Seniors over 65