Read our Annual Report to see how your donations, volunteer work, and adoptions made a difference for the animals at Willamette Humane Society last year!
Find details about how many animals were adopted, transferred to rescue groups, or returned to their owners. It will show you the impact of our Spay & Neuter Clinic, and reach of our Volunteer, Humane Education, and Behavior & Training programs. It also illustrates how your donations are used for the animals. You will receive a hard-copy if you subscribe to the winter edition of our quarterly newsletter, Brief Paws.
This last year, you made happy endings (four-legged happy endings, as we sometimes call them) possible for thousands of local animals. Willamette Humane Society is dedicated to establishing, maintaining, and enhancing the bond between companion animals and people of Marion and Polk counties. Together, we … Continue reading
Adoptions and Sheltering Every pet deserves a happy ending. This Fiscal Year a combined 4,512 animals came through the doors of Willamette Humane Society. This includes 3,184 cats and 1,317 dogs that were found stray, surrendered by their owners, and transferred from other rescue organizations. … Continue reading
Willamette Humane Society is proud to be a vital component of Marion & Polk Counties, providing compassionate services to pets and people since 1965. Through the support of our community, in 2014-2015 we served 65,417 people and 8,255 animals- or an approximate 16 percent of the population. Continue reading
Willamette Humane Society is proud to be a vital component of Marion & Polk Counties, providing compassionate services to pets and people since 1965, Through the support of our community in 2013-2014 we served 61,740 people and 8,804 animals- or an approximate 15.4% of the population. Continue reading
Annual Reports & Supporting Documents
Non-Profit Support Documentation