About the Humane Society of
Advocating for and improving the lives of animals by providing adoptions, community services, and education.
The Humane Society of Broward County…
- Is a 33,000 square-foot, completely air-conditioned shelter
- Has the ability to house 300 dogs and cats
- Found homes for almost 4,500 dogs, cats and other furry friends in our 2019/2020 fiscal year
- Has over 100,000 patrons visit each year
- During normal times, Educationally touches over 150,000 children and adults
- Has full-time veterinarian services for shelter animals
- Is identified nationally as a “Leader in Animal Welfare”
- Is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization
- Receives no direct funding from the government, United Way or any national group with a similar name
- Is an open admission shelter
- Is NOT affiliated with any county or national organization
Where The Money Goes…
The Humane Society of Broward County relies on the generosity of our community and companies to fund our operations and programs budget. We do not get funding from the government, United Way or any other national or local organizations with similar names. Income sources are: adoption fees; services such as dog obedience, vaccination clinics, spay/neuter programs; pet boutique sales; fundraising events; grants; general donations and from those people who leave the shelter in their will. Due to this year's pandemic and unforeseen circumstances, we need your support now more than ever. Every dollar is carefully spent to help the unwanted animals.
How Will Your Donation Help?
- $500 Consult with an animal eye specialist to help save an animal’s eye socket
- $1,000 Cardiac consult for our symptomatic heartworm positive dogs
- $2,000 Spay/Neuter surgery for 40 feral cats to help end the cycle of homeless felines
- $2,500 Orthopedic surgery for 2 animals to repair broken limbs so they can run and play
- $5,000 Cover the cost of an ulltrasound machine for the shelter. Ultrasounds help our clinic staff examine animal’s internal body structures and organs to detect the source of their illness.
- $7,500 Spay/Neuter surgery for 75 dogs to help put an end to pet overpopulation
- $10,000 Microchips for 500 dogs or cats so they will never be lost again
- $15,000 Formula, medical care and supplies for 40 kittens so they have a chance at being healthy cats and annual vaccines for 400 dogs and cats to spare them from life-threatening diseases
- $25,000 Cover the cost of a transport vehicle. Transport vehicles are used to assist during disaster relief and to transport animals from high risk shelters to the HSBC to give them a second chance at finding a forever home
The Humane Society of Broward County is making every effort to put precautions in place to protect our participants, staff, volunteers and animals due to COVID-19. Because of the uncertainty of this virus, we reserve the right to make changes to our Walk day activities if we feel it is necessary to avoid putting anyone at potential risk of exposure or danger of any kind. We respect and appreciate our participants, and ask for your understanding as we prioritize safety for all involved.