My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Washington Humane Society (The Society for the Prevention Of Cruelty to Animals), Washington, DC, USA
As a 20 year nonprofit veteran, I am blown away by the level and quality of work WHS does for the animals and community of Washington, DC. From cruelty prevention and humane education, to controlling the community cat population, to offering low-cost spaying and neutering to the public and providing loving care for thousands of stray and abandoned animals, WHS is everything an animal welfare organization should be. The staff is dedicated, passionate, and caring and they are always looking at ways to improve and innovate.
I started out my relationship with WHS as an adopter (yay Mr. Kitty!), then as a donor, and finally became a weekly volunteer at their New York Avenue shelter. WHS is a part of my community and my life and DC is lucky to have such a great organization. - Bethe Almeras
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I would love to see them reach their fundraising goal to build a new shelter facility.
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