With about 30 programs and services that help people and pets across Oahu, the Hawaiian Humane Society's work is made possible by generous, caring supporters who donate what they can. As 2019 comes to a close, we want to thank everyone who has been a part of Hawaiian Humane's story and hope you will consider being a part of our future by making a donation of your own right now. There are a variety of ways to give and every little bit helps.
Make a monetary donation - When you give to the Hawaiian Humane Society, 100% of your donation stays in the islands, supporting the over 30 programs and services offered by the Society. Hawaiian Humane is an independent non-profit organization that is not affiliated with any other local or national humane society. Your contribution:
Creates new families through adoption
Reunites owners with their lost pets
Reduces pet overpopulation through low-cost spay/neuter services
Provides pet visitations to Oahu's kupuna and keiki
Helps put a stop to animal cruelty and neglect
Supports educational programs, discounted microchip services and more!
Contribute to our wish list - Hawaiian Humane can always use item donations to help our animals and various programs. During your end-of-year shopping or cleaning, consider picking up any of the items on our wish list and donating them to the Society. Our Amazon Wish List is also available for those who would prefer shopping online and having the items shipped directly to the Society.
Host a fundraiser - Call 356-2247 or fill out a fundraiser participation form to discuss fundraisers that benefit the Hawaiian Humane Society. We welcome youth, restaurants, corporate partners and more!
Donate your vehicle - Cash in your vehicle to help the animals. View all of the criteria and fill out an auto donation form.
Tell motorists you love animals - Apply for a special Hawaii automobile license plate decal that includes an annual contribution to the Hawaiian Humane Society. Fill out the application form and drop it off, along with your payment, at your nearest Satellite City Hall.
Help your pets stay safe year-round, and especially during the holidays, by making sure they have all mandatory license tags and are microchipped. In case they get lost during the fireworks and holiday celebrations that may be happening, having updated forms of pet identification will help them be reunited with their families quicker and more easily.
Set an appointment to microchip your pet or update your microchip information on the Hawaiian Humane Society's Pet Identification page.
Home for the Howl-idays
Hawaiian Humane Society
This December, we're trying to help as many animals as we can find new families just in time for the final holidays of the year. Adopting families will be asked to make a donation in lieu of paying an adoption fee and those gifts will be matched up to $65,000. Your gift will be doubled and go back to helping more animals in need. This adoption special applies only at our Moiliili Campus.
Kapahulu-Moiliili Christmas Parade Thursday, December 12 Moiliili Neighborhood
The Hawaiian Humane Society will once again be spreading cheer in the community's annual Kapahulu-Moiliili Holiday Parade, happening on Thursday, December 12, from 6:30 to 8 pm. Join the parade in fun holiday attire and show off your love for animals with Hawaiian Humane staff, friends, family and their pets who are all invited!
The parade route starts at Kuhio Elementary and walks ewa-bound down King Street, to Beretania Street, then makai-bound on Isenberg Street (around Stadium Park). We will rally at the front steps of the Hawaiian Humane Society at 5:30 pm and enjoy light refreshments before heading across the street to Kuhio Elementary.
Foster Care Orientation Saturday, December 14 Hawaiian Humane Society
The Hawaiian Humane Society's foster care program helps to save hundreds of lives each year. Consider becoming a foster care volunteer to help animals who are too small for sterilization, require medical care, are in need of socialization or more. Foster care orientations are held at the Society and cover official program protocols.
Hawaiian Humane's next orientation will be held on Saturday, December 14, from 8 to 9 am, in the Hawaiian Humane Society's classroom at our Moiliili campus. Reserve your spot today at HawaiianHumane.org.
A few weeks ago, the Hawaiian Humane Society celebrated two dedicated long-time volunteers during National Philanthropy Day: Linelle Takeuchi and Hanna Kath. Mahalo to all of our volunteers who support the animals - we couldn't do our work without you!
Special thanks to the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP-IHQ) for hosting the event and capturing this wonderful photo.
Remi was brought into the Hawaiian Humane Society as a lost puppy. Staff immediately noticed that the 4-month-old had remarkable hair loss, red skin and scabs all over her little body. After a few days of veterinary care in Hawaiian Humane's clinic, she went to a foster home for one month, where she received treatment, medicated baths and lots of TLC.
Now 5 months old, Remi was cleared for adoption at her foster care check-up and the sweet, playful girl quickly found a new home.