Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin

Memberships

The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin was founded by a group of caring people who loved and respected animals and recognized the value an animal shelter can add to a community. To this day, this non-profit organization couldn’t continue its important work without the generosity of the compassionate supporters that make up our community, people like you. 

When you become a monthly member, you make a beautiful difference for our pets every single day. Your membership helps the thousands of animals we care for each year, keeping them fed, healthy, clean, and happy. It also helps us promote successful adoptions so lost and homeless pets find loving homes as we educate our community about animal care and ownership. Most tenderly, it’s an investment in the lives of all the kittens, cats, puppies, dogs, and other fuzzy and feathered friends we serve. Become a monthly member today!

Pet Pal – An individual making a recurring monthly gift of $10 

Constant Companion – An individual making a recurring monthly gift of $25 

 

Upcoming Events


Evansville Community Wellness Day

April 27, 2019

Come on out to Creekside Place in Evansville for Evansville Community Wellness Day! There will be music therapy, free massages, yoga with cats from HSSW, and more!...

Bark in the Park - “Pups Night Out”

April 28, 2019 (2pm) -

Join the Beloit Snappers and the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin for their first of three Bark in the Park events at Pohlman Field!

The first 50 dog owners...

News & Announcements


Humane Society launches efforts to raise funds for new facility

JANESVILLE - While at the halfway mark of fundraising for a new shelter, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is kicking off more efforts to raise approximately $2.375 million...

Shelter plans plethora of fundraising events

JANESVILLE - The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin has packed in numerous events and fundraisers over the next few months to raise money for the shelter and its...

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