Our goal is to save lives by helping to control over-population, end euthanasia of healthy adoptable pets, protect from abuse and foster and place rescued animals in forever homes. In 2016, HSWC was able to provide over 2000 spay neuter surgeries preventing unwanted births.  Since the start of our program, May 1, 2014 we have taken in 1500 dogs and puppies from the Washington County area. Our cat foster and barn placement program is our newest program. It started October 1, 2014 with more than 1200 cats and kittens placed.  
We are asking you to join us in this important work. Become a member of the Humane Society of Washington County for the next year and help us to become a No-Kill community. For your membership of $25 or more, you’ll receive a membership card, a car magnet, tote bag.  Help us make a difference in an animals life.
 
Your contribution will help provide food, proper medical care, spaying/neutering and comfortable housing for each animal while awaiting their forever home. Our organization receives no public or government funding, receives no monies from national humane organizations (such as the Humane Society of the United States) or county, state or federal government funds. We are a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt organization and your membership is completely tax deductible.
As a community-based organization, HSWC has always depended on community
members like you. Thank you for your support and for your recognition of the importance of eliminating unwanted animals in the community.