Oregon Humane Society
Oregon Humane Society hasn’t lost any momentum in the fight to care for animals and place them in loving homes.
Founded in 1868, Oregon Humane Society’s mission is to advocate for all animals through education, legislation, and leadership.
The organization rescues, heals, and adopts out more than 11,000 pets each year.
Through a strong online adoption system, these furry Oregonians didn’t experience a longer wait for their forever home during the pandemic. The team looked for creative solutions to crucial fundraising efforts, successfully raising funds through telethons, email campaigns, and online programming.
When the wildfires hit, Oregon Humane Society took in pets from shelters in evacuation zones, as well as provided much-needed food and supplies to shelters and individuals across the state.
Through planning, innovation, positivity, and support from the community, Oregon Humane Society hasn’t lost any momentum in the fight to care for animals and place them in loving homes.
To learn more about Oregon Humane Society, visit oregonhumane.org
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