Homeward Bound appreciates your support! You can help Homeward Bound further, by sharing their video updates from the "Homeward Bound Pets Facebook page" to your timeline and by emailing and telling others about their campaign!
5 WAYS TO DONATE:
- Donate on Homeward Bounds' web-site via PayPal
- Donate through Homeward Bounds' fundraising page on generosity.com
- Mail your donation to HBPets at PO Box 8, McMinnville, OR 97128
- Stop by the shelter at 10601 SE Loop Road
- Stop by Homeward Bounds' thrift shop at 1120 NE Lafayette Ave
Homeward Bound Pets Adoption Shelter is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, no-kill organization in McMinnville, Oregon.
Homeward Bound has found homes for over 15,000 dogs and cats since opening their doors in 1975. They have two catteries, where cats roam freely. One of the catteries is in such dire need of major repairs they had to close it and move all of the cats into the other cattery. With so many cats under one roof, temperaments and attitudes are a challenge.
Because of this, their intake process for cats is at a standstill. Homeward Bound would sincerely appreciate your support in raising the needed $17,000 to make the cattery livable and functional. Their goal is to conclude this campaign by February 28th, the date repairs are expected to be completed.
The shelter is run by Manager Heather Broden, with very limited staff, and dozens of volunteers. The Board of Directors is led by Executive Director Dawn Witt. Homeward Bound provides education outreach for schools, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and churches. They hold a Blessing of the Animals each year and provide pet visits for seniors. They also hold adoption events in stores. Last year, Homeward Bound adopted out 361 cats and 116 dogs, which was a 20% increase in cats and a 25% increase in dogs from the previous year.
In addition, Homeward Bound Pets operates a low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic and an Angel Fund program, which assists low-income people in our community with emergency veterinary care. Homeward Bound has been helping our community for over four decades and now they need the communities help. Wont you please help with whatever you can afford? Thank you!