OF HAMILTON COUNTY
Established in 1984, the Humane Society for Hamilton County (INDIANA) is a unique animal welfare organization in that it considers all good-tempered animals – regardless of age, breed, special needs, or disability – adoptable. Every animal will receive the medical care it needs, the love it craves and the second chance it deserves. HSHC operates an “open admission” facility which means no animal is turned away due to space or financial limitations. Remarkably, HSHC annually places over 90% of animals in its care into loving homes compared to the national average of 35% which includes the medically difficult cases.
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You can find more information about this organization at HAMILTONHUMANE.COM
HOW THE MONEY WILL BE USED
In 2016, the TSF Grant Accelerator Award was for $12,000.
In 2015, the TSF Grant Accelerator Award of $15,000 will be used for the Survivor Program. HSHC is one of the only open admission, truly no-kill animal shelters in the United States. The Survivor Fund provides for medical care for serious but treatable injuries as well as for special needs or disabilities. From puppies & kittens to seniors, no animal is left behind.
In 2014, the TSF Grant Accelerator Award of $15,000 was be used for the HSHC Survivor Program.