Donate to the Michigan Humane Society - Michigan Humane Society

Give Hope to Homeless and Neglected Animals

Your tax-deductible gift will be usedto meet the urgent needs of homeless, abandoned and abused cats and dogs in Michigan. 

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Since 1877, the Michigan Humane Society has been the leading advocate for animal welfare in metro Detroit and beyond. Your support, along with the support of others in the community, allows us to continue providing medical care, investigating animal cruelty, rescuing and caring for tens of thousands of animals each year.

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Your support provides medical care, investigates animal cruelty, rescues and cares for animals in our care

Monthly Giving

Monthly Giving

500+ animals need your consistent support. Make your commitment today

Honor Giving

Honor Giving

An Honor Gift is a terrific way to acknowledge the people and animals in your life that have a special place in your heart

Memorial Giving

Memorial Giving

Your gift to homeless animals will bring comfort to the friends and family who have lost a loved one

Legacy Giving

Legacy Society

Remember the Michigan Humane Society in your estate plans

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More Ways to Give

In addition to money and supplies, MHS offers several other unique opportunities to help the animals in our care

Wish List

Wish List

Wish List Items: Please consider donating any of the items on this page to the Michigan Humane Society.

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Join us with or without your pet at one or more of this year's fundraising walks to support homeless animals in Michigan.

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