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South Suburban Humane Society Monthly Giving Clubs

South Suburban Humane Society Monthly Giving Clubs
Monthly Gifts to SSHS help us every day of the year!
Enroll in our monthly giving program and join a special group of committed donors who help pets on an ongoing basis!
Your monthly gift is not only simple and easy to set up, but it also provides a steady and reliable source of funding for SSHS!

For as little as $10 a month or more, you can help countless dogs and cats that need our care. It allows us to continue to provide a warm, safe place for the pets that come through our doors before we find them their forever homes.

Giving Club Levels…

Every month…

$10 Paw Friend Feeds a shelter pet
$25 Paw Supporter Provides lifesaving vaccines for one pet
$50 Paw Partner Supports one spay/neuter
$100 Paw Patron Ensures emergency medical care for
sick or injured pets

From October – December 2021, a special stemless glass with the SSHS logo will be sent to every member!

Why Give Monthly?
Monthly giving lets you spread your giving throughout the year, easily budget for giving and make an ongoing commitment to SSHS. As a monthly donor, you’ll receive the following:

Regular updates on SSHS pets and how they have been impacted through your gifts

The ability to increase, decrease or cancel your donation at any time

The knowledge that your monthly gift helps provide life-changing programs to hundreds of animals every day

An annual tax statement

How Does Monthly Giving Work?
The monthly giving program automatically transfers your donation directly from your credit card on the same day of each month. Click here to join the Club today and start helping animals in our care on an ongoing basis! To update your personal information, cancel your donation, or change your monthly donation amount, contact Susanna Decker at development@southsuburbanhumane.org.

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The South Suburban Humane Society is dedicated to promoting the well-being of animals in Chicago's south suburbs. Through the care and sheltering of animals needing protection, investigative practices which will prevent abuse, education of the public as to ownership duties and responsibilities, vetted and thorough adoption services, and targeted, high-impact spay/neuter policies, the South Suburban Humane Society will make every effort towards ending animal homelessness, reducing pet overpopulation, and ending cruel, inhumane treatment and abuse towards pets.