Humane Society of Noble County Restricted Fund
To provide support to the Humane Society of Noble County.
Donor Fund Story:
The Humane Society of Noble County, Inc.’s (HSNC) fund was established in 1997 to protect Noble County’s homeless, unwanted, abandoned and stray pets, and to sustain the longevity of the shelter and its programs and services.
The HSNC is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity located in Kendallville, Indiana. The Society is governed by a volunteer board of directors and the shelter is overseen by an Executive Director.
The mission of the HSNC is to provide shelter to stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals until a suitable home can be found; to never euthanize an animal for space; and to deliver programs that benefit both people and pets in Noble County.
The shelter has an open intake policy for stray dogs and cats; pet surrenders by owner are accepted as space allows. Annually, more than 1,100 pets find themselves in need of the Society’s services.
The HSNC has an agreement with Noble County government, its cities and its towns to provide services to stray, neglected, abused, and abandoned pets found in Noble County. However, the majority of its funding comes from services, private donations, grants, memorials, fundraisers, and professional partnerships.
Programs and services offered by the HSNC include: pet adoptions, stray pet reclaims, owner surrenders of unwanted pets, compassionate fostering, pet food assistance, microchip ID and registration, trap-neuter-return for community cats and working (barn) cats, mandatory spay and neuter for all pets adopted from the shelter, general veterinarian care, emergency services, youth & adult volunteer opportunities, court-mandated community service fulfillment, educational services, on & off-site events, and shelter tours. The shelter has an open-door policy and welcomes visitors of all ages.
The vision of the HSNC is to address the issue of pet over-population by providing prevention and education services, spaying and neutering services to all animals adopted from the shelter, and to be an exemplary shelter by executing exceptional business practices and transparency in our relationships.
The HSNC makes a lifelong commitment to provide a safe haven for every pet that comes to the shelter and a lifelong promise to its donors to be transparent and fiscally responsible with their generous gifts.
Without the support of its community, the HSNC would not be able to provide award winning services or be a model shelter. For more information about the programs and services offered by the Humane Society of Noble County, Inc., please visit them online at www.humanesocietynoblecounty.org.
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