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If you would like to support the Humane Society of Johnson County’s efforts, monetary donations can be made by selecting your preferred payment method below. Scroll to learn more about special funds, company matches, and in-kind donations.


Thank you in advance for your support. As a nonprofit organization, donations help us to provide much-needed services to the humans and animals in Johnson County. 

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How can my donation help?

Other Ways to Donate

Visit our Amazon Wishlist for our current areas of need. We always need basic food and cleaning essentials, and our preferences can be found here. 

Memberships or Forever Fostering Friends Circle

Positively impact the lives of hundreds of animals right here in your community. Membership lists are not sold or shared.  Donations are accepted from all parties interested in furthering the mission of HSJC. HSJC reserves the right to refuse a donation from an individual and/or business that does not agree with the mission of HSJC.

Memorials & Honorary Donations

A friend or family member can be honored by making a donation in their name to HSJC. Honoring a loved one by helping us continue our life-saving work is a great way to pay tribute to a special individual.

Remembering a Pet

Your beloved pet, or that of a friend can be remembered with a donation in the pet’s name. These memorials go to helping other pets find their forever home. Call us for more details.

Matching Gifts

You can increase your personal contribution to HSJC if your company has a Matching Gifts Program. Check with your Human Resource Office.

Planned Giving

Every year, the Humane Society of Johnson County is called upon to help more and more animals in need. The funds to care for these animals and find them new homes, as well as for our many educational and outreach programs, come from friends and supporters in our community. By including HSJC in your estate planning, you can help insure that HSJC will always be there to help our animal companions.

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