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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: The Humane Society of Columbiana County is a no-kill, no suffering, non-profit, animal welfare organization that investigates claims of cruelty, abuse and neglect and adopts animals into lifelong homes, while focusing on curbing pet overpopulation.

Results: We work tirelessly to raise the funds necessary to support our mission and programs.

Geographic areas served: Columbiana County, Ohio

Programs: Cruelty, abuse and neglect investigation; animal welfare and care education; spay and neuter education; pet adoption.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Jeannie S.

Client Served

Rating: 5

When I first learned about the humane society i was looking for a beagle andi found my hermie at the humane society i glad they help me get my beagle

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started fostering in July of this year after my beloved dog had passed away. I wasnt ready for a permanent new family member, so in turn I signed up to be a rotating door for the Humane Society. That means every few weeks another animal would come to see what its like to live in a family home. We love working with all of the staff at HSCC. We have learned alot also at how to spot animal abuse. We recommend this facility to anyone who wants a wonderful animal to forever home, or to be like us and open up your home and your heart to an animal or animals that need some love and attention!

Jeannie A.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

When I first learned about this organization, I was in awe with all of the good work and great success stories that happen! What I love the most about the shelter is the dedication from all of the staff in caring for Gods precious creatures. With the motto "Every pet deserves a second chance".....they go to great lengths to make sure that once an animal is taken out of a bad situation, they are never put back in one. It makes my heart extremely proud to volunteer for this wonderful shelter!!