Dear Friend of the Humane
Society of Elmore County,
We would like to invite you to be a member of
our society. As Elmore County grows, the need for our shelter and its
ability to assist with lost, abandoned and unwanted pets also grows.
Becoming a member of our Society helps us further demonstrate that concern
for pet overpopulation and responsible pet ownership goes beyond our shelter
facility. As a non-profit (501c3) organization, your membership also helps
us care for the over 5,000 animals that come through our doors each year.
Your membership also gives you a vote at the Annual Meeting to elect new
Board Members who oversee the shelter’s mission and operation.
So what does it cost to join our family?
Individual @ $25/year, Family @ $40/year, Lifetime @ $500/one time*,
Business/Patron @ $150/year, Business/Patron Lifetime @ $1,000/one time**New
memberships are welcome at any time of the year though to help our small
staff better manage member renewals we will then send out subsequent renewal
notices for a January to December annual membership cycle.
Our shelter is an open admission shelter which
means we never turn away an animal in need (bite cases are the only
exception to this in accordance with Alabama law). We are also a
mandatory spay/neuter shelter so that we can do our part to help stem the
crisis of pet overpopulation. On a daily basis we care for injured and sick
animals, and are wonderfully supported by the tri-county area veterinarians
who help us promote good health and responsible pet ownership. We welcome
any person to come visit our shelter, meet our staff and see how we care for
all of our animals.
The Humane Society of Elmore County provides a
valuable service to the citizens of Elmore County and our small, but
dedicated staff works hard every day to help animals in need. Please join
us today to help us continue our mission to ensure
the best possible quality of life for animals, to prevent cruelty to
animals, to stop pet overpopulation, to strive for the humane care,
treatment, and well-being of all animals through education and information,
and to promote public health and safety in regards to human and animal
Thank you for