The Telluride Humane Society is 100% volunteer based and exists 100% on private donations in order to ensure that every dollar donated goes directly towards pets in need.
We are a registered tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity with the IRS EIN 83-2275318.
Please click here to learn about “Where Your Money Goes” when you thoughtfully donate to the Telluride Humane Society.
There are so many ways you can donate:
- Monetarily – As a donation, as a grant, as a gift of your estate, in memoriam
- Your Time – For an event, walk a pet, foster a pet
- Professional Services
- Supplies – Any supply that may assist in our care of pets, we gladly accept – this includes crates, old towels & rags, good condition collars & leashes, stainless steel bowls, etc.
- CUDDLY.com – Under “Donate”, go to “DONATE NOW”, and type in “MAGGIE”. Our campaign is “Maggie’s Fund for Medically Injured Pets”. This campaign is a separate bank account from general donations to our organization and does not co-mingle. It is to provide financial support to any injured medical pet in severe need. Our goal of $10,000 is for Maggie who is featured but the amount raised, we hope surpasses this number, as all funds beyond $10,000 become the foundation for funding available for future pets.
- AmazonSmile – Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Here is the link to where your eligible Amazon purchases can assist Telluride Humane Society: https://smile.amazon.com Shop and help pets at the same time!
Thank you for considering the Telluride Humane Society as a meaningful mission and charitable cause you wish to support!
What your donation can do.
$10 – provides food and shelter to a homeless pet for a day
$25 – contributes to a community medical fund for qualified pet emergencies
$45 – provides a microchip to a dog or cat ensuring they will not be homeless again
$100 – fuels the vehicle transport aiding in animal rescue
$250 – funds the basic care from first vaccinations to medical exam to micro-chip and spay/neuter for one healthy pet from arrival to adoption