Become a Fur Fest Sponsor!
Support our critical work by becoming a Fur Fest Sponsor
Join us for Española Humane’s virtual Fur Fest at 7 p.m. on Aug. 5 and celebrate our foster success stories during this unprecedented year. To become a sponsor, email [email protected] or call 505-231-7234 or click on the link.
Other Ways to Give
Check out our Wish List on Amazon.com.
Our shelter may be small, but the needs of the pets in our community are constant. With your help, we assist more than 4,500 homeless dogs and cats annually – and triple that number of owned pets in the region. If you can’t adopt, foster or volunteer, consider supporting our work by purchasing an item off our wish list – either on Amazon, Chewy.com or simply purchasing something you see off the list at a local store and dropping it off at the shelter. You’ll find the resources here, which we update often. Thank you!
Gnaw on Our Wish List on Chewy.com.
Your support means the world to us – and to the pets in our care. Please consider helping them with a one-time donation of food or supplies or maybe even a recurring donation. We appreciate your help as we help animals one paw at a time. Check out our Wish List – we update it often! Your gift is always tax-deductible.
Every week 51 volunteers give 143 hours to animals.
Consider becoming a part of our volunteer team! Whether you have a little or a lot of time, we welcome your help. Many of the animals that come through our door have limited socialization or training. With a little love, attention and exercise, these animals become more adoptable. Plus spending time with them will put a smile on your face.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS
“I got involved when the Española Valley Humane Society was a grass roots organization. I have walked dogs, volunteered at the mobile adoptions, served on the board and worked on the auction committee. The Espanola Valley Humane Society is in my will because I want to make sure their important work will continue to help animals in such a challenging community.”
“When we first moved to Santa Fe, the Española Valley Humane Society was having a fundraiser with Blondie at the Santa Fe Opera and it was the coolest event, hands down. After the concert I read more about the area they serve and the shelter became our cause. I love the Pet Amigos outreach program and think the innovative way the humane society works within the community sets them apart from a lot of shelters.”
“The Española Valley Humane Society is run by an extraordinary woman, Bridget Lindquist. Her competence, creativity, humor, and love for animals are so impressive and inspiring to me. The shelter does so much for animals in a state that’s often pretty rough on our wonderful four-legged friends. Thank you, Bridget and your terrific staff!”