The West O‘ahu Campus Capital Campaign
We’re looking to the future with excitement and many plans to expand access, provide support where it’s most needed, increase our educational offerings and most importantly, to continue to make positive impacts for the animals and people of O‘ahu!
Breaking Ground on a new Chapter in a 138-year history of service
As we celebrate 138 years of service this July, we look back on a year of progress and change. On May 5 we broke ground on our second campus in Ewa; a facility that will bring much needed programs and services to our West O‘ahu community.
The West O‘ahu Campus Capital Campaign is raising the funds necessary to build this second campus for Hawaiian Humane Society. The 5-acre site on Old Fort Weaver Road, a generous gift from D.R. Horton, will provide a full range of services to the west O‘ahu community including:
• A “new generation” shelter designed to optimize the behavioral, medical and socialization needs of the animals and the people who visit them, and for ease of cleaning, maintenance and disease control.
• Services available 7-days-a-week to support the needs of the community.
• Adoption services and facilities.
• Community spay/neuter services.
• Volunteer and educational opportunities for all ages.
• An off-leash dog park for the community where dogs can play, exercise, and socialize.
From the very beginning we have been a community organization, and one of the key pillars of delivering for the animals is the robust participation of the community in our efforts. Donors, volunteers, community partner organizations, partner agencies and the media are all showing up with us as we work to make O‘ahu a great place to be a pet.
Thank you for being on this journey with us.
Every dollar you give makes a difference.
The Hawaiian Humane Society’s life-changing work is made possible by generous, caring supporters like you. Make your gift by September 30, 2021 and have your gift matched!
All donors who make a gift of $10,000 plus will be contacted for information regarding naming opportunities on the new campus.
Interested in learning more? Please contact Natalie Arrell, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or call (808)356-2236!
Our work to rescue, protect, shelter and care for animals in need wouldn’t be possible without you.
We will send you a receipt for your generous gift to the email address you provided.
Every gift to the Hawaiian Humane Society stays in Hawaii for the benefit of local people and animals.
We'll be sharing updates on our West Oahu Campus Capital Campaign every step of the way, so stay tuned on Instagram, Facebook. and HawaiianHumane.org!
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Mahalo again for your support!