The Society is a non-profit organization that relies on contributions from the community to continue our services of caring for those animals that are unwanted or are strays. We receive no funding from national organizations. Without continued contributions, the Society will not be able to fulfill its mission of educating the public on care and responsible treatment of animals; to humanely provide for and protect unwanted, lost and abused animals; and to create a quality environment for all animals through its policies and presence in the community.
All of your donations go toward our many expenses, such as: education programs, low-cost spay/neuter clinic, vaccinations, medications, food, cleaning supplies and the housing and caring for pets brought to us.
The Humane Society & SPCA of Hancock County is exempt under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, making any gift tax deductible. The staff and Board of Directors are grateful for any level of giving on behalf of the animals in our care.
Make a donation in memory or in honor of a special person or pet, and we will send an acknowledgement for the gift as well as notifying a person(s) that a memorial gift has been received.
Download the mail-in donation form
Mail the completed form along with a personal check or credit card information
made out to The Humane Society at:
Humane Society & SPCA of Hancock County
4550 Fostoria Ave.
Findlay, OH 45840
Dog & Cat Treats
Dog & Cat Toys
Dog/Cat Flea treatments
Rabbit/Guinea Pig Food
Trash Bags 40×46, 13 gallon, and Contractor bags
Neverkink 75 ft garden hose (Lowe’s)
Spray Cleaners with bleach
White Copy Paper
3×5 Yellow Index Cards
AAA, AA Batteries
Dawn dish soap (original)
Poop Scoopers (from Legacy Lawn & Pet)
OHIO PET FUND
The Ohio Pet License Plates are vehicle registration tags that raise funds for education and spay and neuter of pets adopted from qualifying agencies.
Proceeds from the sale of these plates will go to the Ohio Pet Fund, a nonprofit corporation. Money in the fund is used to support programs for the spaying and neutering of dogs and cats for adoption from Ohio shelters and nonprofit organizations. To get more information, or to order your pet friendly plates visit their website at: http://www.petsohio.com/
You can earn money for our Shelter animals, just by doing your grocery shopping at Kroger. With every purchase, Kroger will donate a percentage to the Humane Society & SPCA of Hancock County. To register, visit their website at: http://www.krogercommunityrewards.com