Capital Campaign

HSEC-Capital-Campaign

We need your help! Every dollar counts! Donate Today!

We are in our new building!  This larger, more efficient facility will better accommodate the physical and emotional needs of the animals as well as expand HSEC’s capacity to offer outreach and educational programs.  Wrapping up the building campaign, funds are still needed to help purchase needed equipment, cages and furnishings to outfit all rooms.  Be a partner now to help us unleash the possibilities with your donation in helping the thousands of animals supported by HSEC!

shelter renderings 6-18-15w shelter comparion with current-w building floorplan 6-18-15w

Video Donated by Syncro Studios

We need your help! Every dollar counts! Donate Today!

For more information about personal or corporate donations, please contact Anne Reel, Humane Society of Elkhart County Director at 574-848-4225.  To receive a mailed tax form, please check the box to provide your mailing address upon checkout.





With a new building soon to open, there will be a need for new equipment including clinic supplies, office furniture and cages.  This is a sampling list of need and is not all inclusive.  Equipment companies have been contacted to begin ordering what is needed.  If you would like to sponsor any of these items, you may restrict a contribution and note item(s) you are sponsoring.  Thanks for your support!

Clinic Equipment
(1) Stackable Washer/Dryer Combo                 $1,400

Animal Care Support
(10) Heavy Duty Storage Shelves for food, laundry, dishes                     $300 ea

Education/Training Room/Community Rooms
(1) Refrigerator                    $600                       (1) Microwave                       $100
(1) Electric Stove                 $600


Meet Your Capital Campaign Co-Chairs

Lana-Davis-Humane-Society-of-Elkhart-County

Lana Davis

Kim Welch

Kim Welch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read our Capital Campaign Frequently Asked Questions.

*Update: Check out some images from our 9-15-16 groundbreaking! Click here!

May 2017 Building Progress