Charity Spotlight: Longmont Humane Society

This week’s Charity Spotlight is on a new charity partner, the Longmont Humane Society! The LHS’ open admission facility focuses on a beautiful mission. They care about “caring, serving and educating to improve the lives of companion animals.” Keep reading to find out what that looks like, and how you can help their mission.

The Longmont Humane Society

This organization, founded in 1972, serves the community by providing shelter and care to animals in need. Over 4,000 animals come through their doors each year, and they facilitate over 2,000 adoptions annually. The Humane Society cares for all of these animals by providing food, shelter, affection, and medical treatment.

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Image courtesy of longmonthumanesociety.org

In 2017, they took in 3,733 dogs, cats, and other animals. That includes strays, lost pets, and transfers from other shelters. Of those animals, 2,642 found permanent homes through adoption. Owners reunited with another 730 pets that found temporary shelter in LHS.

LHS supports the community as well through the work of their 80 staff members, including a canine behavioral team. There is an on-site pet clinic as well, that is committed to bringing quality and affordable veterinary service.

How to Donate a Car to the Longmont Humane Society

If you can’t spare time or funds, a great way to support the Longmont Humane Society is through a vehicle donation. Donating your car is easy, and can be done over the phone at (888) 755-5435. You can also get started on our website.

Our simple form only takes a few minutes to complete.  We will provide state-specific instructions on signing the pink slip and getting ready for pickup. After towing your vehicle, we will provide you with a tax receipt for your generous donation. Most importantly, between 75-80% of the proceeds go directly to the Longmont Humane Society.

Help support the Longmont Humane Society when you donate your car.

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Charity Spotlight: North Shore Animal League

Cats or Dogs? No matter what else you believe, most of us land pretty squarely on one side or the other (excluding small animal fanatics).

Do you find yourself in a tail-wagging flurry of excitement when you see a dog, or do you melt at the sound of a purring cat?

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No matter which animal you prefer, you probably have some idea of how many fuzzy, furry, feathery, and scaled animals are in need of assistance.

That’s where North Shore Animal League comes in.

How much do you know about North Shore Animal League?

Did you know that they are the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization? The North Shore Animal League places 18,000 animals annually with loving families!

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They’ve been doing incredible work since 1944: over 1,000,000 animals’ lives have been saved by North Shore Animal League!

They don’t just help animals, but coordinate educational outreach programs, working with schools and libraries to help connect kids with animals, teaching critical skills including emotional intelligence. Over 3,000,000 students have been involved in their educational programs!

North Shore Animal League is an amazing charity, and they can’t do it all alone…

Do you want to help the North Shore Animal League and the incredible charitable work they do? Did you know that they accept car donations?

The process for donating your car is incredibly quick and easy. Simply call in at 800-752-6462 or visit our vehicle donation page to get started!

We will tow your car away for free, and on average, 75-80% will go directly to North Shore Animal League! Even better, your donation is tax deductible!

It’s easy as 1,2,3…

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  1. Call a friendly representative at 800-752-6462 to provide some basic information about your vehicle
  2. Schedule a pickup date with a local towing agency
  3. Claim your tax deduction

There are millions of animals out there that need our help, don’t wait to donate a car to North Shore Animal League!

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