There are a number of ways you may donate to Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc.
Any amount helps, and is greatly appreciated!
You can decide how your donation is used.
LCHS Building Fund – This fund is dedicated to the development and building of the LCHS, Inc. no-kill pet animal shelter to serve all Leavenworth County residents.
Support for the Spay / Neuter Transport program – This fund subsidizes the cost of spay/neuter services in cases of need.
Support for the Trap / Neuter / Return (feral cat) program – This fund helps subsidize feral cat services, builds and provides shelters for feral colonies, and assists caregivers with food for colony cats when needed.
Domino Fund – This fund pays for emergency veterinary care for injured, or ill ownerless animals.
Unless a specific fund is designated, the donated funds will be placed in the general operating fund and will be used to further the goals and objectives of Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc.
Ethics and Donor Rights
Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc. values your support, and wants ALL donors and supporters to know that we are committed to ethical financial stewardship standards. These standards direct the handling of donations, and how LCHS Board members, Members, and Volunteers seek donations and manage those funds.
LCHS subscribes to the Donor_Bill_of_Rights developed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals and other related organizations. In addition, LCHS developed our own Fund Raising Code of Ethics, and requires all LCHS Board members, Members, and Volunteers to adhere to those standards.
Everyone probably has one particular animal (or several) who touched them in a special way. Domino is one such animal. A black and white spotted pup, alone in the country, Domino was hit by a car and severely injured on October 16, 2009. The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office called LCHS, Inc. after being unable to locate his owner. LCHS, Inc. took Domino in and secured emergency care for him. Unfortunately his injuries were so severe, and his prognosis was so poor that the kindest thing was to euthanize him. Domino lives on though, in the hearts of those he touched in those brief hours we knew him, and through the establishment of LCHS’s Domino Fund. This fund honors Domino’s brave and gentle spirit, and allows donors to designate their gifts to be used for emergency care of ownerless pets.