My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Tri County Humane Society, Boca Raton, FL, USA
Tri County Humane Society is truly an "Umbrella of Protection" for the thousands of homeless & abandoned dogs, cats, puppies & kittens who enter its doors. Operating as a No-Kill 501 c 3 Non-Profit Animal Shelter, it 's Mission is to rescue & save the lives of these precious & innocent creatures, providing a safe haven, loving care & veterinary treatment & the opportunity to be adopted into "forever" homes.
Tri County gives these victims of our society a second chance at life, believing that euthanasia is not the solution. No matter what sad story brings each animal to the Shelter, they are welcomed & embraced with lots of tender loving care. Broken bodies & spirits are mended at Tri County Humane Society, not discarded.
Tri County's dedicated Staff, Board of Directors & many Volunteers go above & beyond to fulfill a big dream in behalf of these animals, a dream born in the heart of its Founder, Jeannette Christos, who tiresly served as its Executive Director over the years. She gave her all to protecting the animals in need & is sadly missed since her
recent passing in July. Her dream for Tri County's No-kill Shelter is passionately carried forward. To date the organization has rescued over 32,000 animals & proudly holds a 4 out of 4-Star Rating by Charity Navigator, America's National Watchdog for Non-Profits.
Many heart-warming stories of Tri County's rescue missions receive local & national coverage. Funds are continuously needed & being raised for veterinary treatment of injured & sick animals. Many pleas for help get aired, & donations of support much welcomed.
Tri County Humane Society is giving it their all to be the best example of what an Animal Shelter can & should be. They have a big vision for the animals, & they're on a Mission to fulfill it each & every day!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Outstanding Adoptions & Sound Fiscal Management. Compassionate, & going above & beyond!
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Expand the Facility.