Annual Reports - Michigan Humane Society

Annual Reports

MHS Annual Reports

The Michigan Humane Society is committed to transparency and accountability. Our latest Form 990, financial statements, and annual reports are available to our donors and the general public.

MHS Annual Report

The Michigan Humane Society is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Michigan Humane Society are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

MHS' tax identification number: 38-1358206.

The Michigan Humane Society is funded solely by private donations. Individuals, corporations, foundations, even school groups contribute to the Michigan Humane Society to keep our programs viable.

Please call (248) 283-1000 for more information, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MHS Annual Reports:

2016
> 2015-2016 MHS Report to the Community
> 2016 Monthly Animal Care Reports

2015
> 2014-2015 MHS Report to the Community
> 2015 MHS Financial Audit
> 2015 FY MHS IRS Form 990
> 2015 Monthly Animal Care Reports
> 2015 Animal Care Report
> 2015 MDARD Annual Shelter Report

2014
> 2013-2014 MHS Report to the Community
> 2014 MHS Financial Audit
> 2014 FY MHS IRS Form 990

2013
> 2013 MHS Report to the Community
> 2013 MHS Financial Audit
> 2013 FY MHS IRS Form 990

2012
> 2012 MHS Financial Audit
> 2012 FY MHS IRS Form 990
> K. Bollen Canine Assessment Report
> Cornell Shelter Assessment Report to MHS 2012

2011
> 2011 MHS Annual Report
> 2011 MHS Financial Audit
> 2011 FY MHS IRS Form 990
> 2011 MHS Animal Intakes and Outcomes Report 

2010
> 2010 MHS Annual Report
> 2010 Financial Audit
> 2010 IRS Form 990

Older
> 2009 MHS Annual Report
> 2008 MHS Annual Report
> 2007 MHS Annual Report
> 2006 MHS Annual Report
> 2005 MHS Annual Report
> 2004 MHS Annual Report
> 2003 MHS Annual Report

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