There are many ways to donate to LRHS!
Donations from caring people like you allows LRHS to continue to provide quality food, shelter, grooming, enrichment, medical assistance and care while we seek out a perfect forever home for our pets.
LRHS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and receives no federal or state funding. Our organization is run strictly on funds raised by our Board of Directors. All monies raised are spent right here at this facility, on our pets. Your donation is tax deductible and very much appreciated! The LRHS Tax ID is 02-0442957.
- In Person: Stop by LRHS Tues.-Sat. between 11am-4pm to hand deliver your donation
- By Mail: Mail a check for your donation to PO Box 655 Ossipee, NH 03864.
Please make check payable to: LRHS
- Online (below)
Donors may choose to set up an automatic monthly auto-draft or one time gift:
Examples of Common Shelter Costs:
- $650 to heat the shelter for one month.
- $100 to spay/neuter a shelter pet.
- $25 for annual Rabies and Distemper vaccinations for a dog or cat.
- $15 per month for flea/tick preventative for a dog or cat.
Donate in Honor or Memory of:
Donations can be made in Honor or Memory of a special pet or person who has touched your lives. LRHS will mail your special individual a card so that they can share in the knowledge that you gave to shelter pets in their name.
Help Build the Saving Grace Fund
The “Saving Grace Fund” is a separate account that LRHS keeps at the ready for unforeseen, emergency medical treatments for animals that arrive at our shelter in dire straits. This fund is allocated to medical needs that superseded the normal, daily pet care LRHS normally provides such as vaccinations; spay/neuter surgeries, microchipping, blood testing, fecal testing and basic first aid. Examples of Saving Grace Fund usage includes: eye removal surgeries, limb amputations, dental surgeries, screenings and treatments for cancer, X-rays, medications for severe allergies, etc.
LRHS is notorious for going above and beyond to provide the pets in our care with the medical, nutritional and educational opportunities that they need to succeed in their new homes.