Building a safer, happier community for pets and people
The Humane Society of Charlotte believes education and understanding about the interconnectedness between humans and animals are as important to building happy, healthy, pet-friendly communities as it is to building happy, healthy, pet-friendly homes. We are working hard to make an impact here in Charlotte through public education and services that not only save the lives of animals but also improve the quality of life and safety of our community. One of the best ways that we can ensure a positive future for animals in the Charlotte region is to play a part in helping people care for and keep their pets in their homes.
We are making significant progress in this area by providing resources, tools, and education to pet families through programs like HSC’s Critter Care Wellness Clinics, HSC’s Community Outreach Pet Food Bank, behavior support, iBuild fence build program, and partnerships with other non-profits like those listed below.
Our Community Outreach staff participates in the following community networks and appreciates our partners that are listed:
- Crisis Assistance Ministry
- Friendship Trays, Meals on Wheels of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina
- Charlotte Housing Authority
- Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services
- Loaves and Fishes
- Mecklenburg County Senior Citizens Nutrition Program
- Veterans Bridge Home
- American Pit Bull Foundation
- Urban Ministry Center
If you’re interested in learning more about our community relations efforts, please contact Suzanne D’Alonzo, VP of Community Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.