Humane Society of West Michigan is 100% donor funded and relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations, and companies to provide comprehensive care and shelter for the 4000+ animals who come through our door each year.
Make a donation to our general fund HERE(make sure to click the drop down and select "General Fund"). General funds help with animal care such as food, microchipping, spaying and neutering and much more!
Consider becoming a P.A.W.S Monthly Donor!
Make donating easy with P.A.W.S. monthly giving (Pre-Authorized Withdraw System)! We can automatically withdrawal a monthly donation from your credit card or bank account. PAWS donations are also cost-effective, which means that your donation goes further to help the animals that we serve.
If you are ready to become a PAWS member, please click here and check 'recurring payment' box to the right of the monthly amount you would like to give. If would like more information, please contact Kaitlin Mazer at firstname.lastname@example.org 616-791-8057.
Shelter Wish List
Make a donation via our Wish List. Click HERE for our current wish list items.
Taking care of our animals and providing humane education requires a lot o supplies and equipment. Donation items from our wish list is an excellent way to help. HSWM is a 501(c)3 organization.. Donation receipts are available upon request.
Make a donation to our Buddy Fund HERE(make sure to click the drop down and select "Buddy Fund").
Humane Society of West Michigan’s Buddy Fund was started in January of 2003 by Deborah Meijer and has since become an integral part of our veterinary care program. The fund was originally developed to help Buddy, a yellow Labrador Retriever who came to us with a badly broken leg. Thanks to all those who contributed to the special Buddy Fund, his leg was repaired and he was adopted into a loving and caring home. This fund supports animals that need above-and-beyond medical care when they come to HSWM.
Donations Designated for the Buddy Fund Help Pay for:
The diagnosis and treatment of sick and/or injured animals
The purchase of medical equipment and supplies that are necessary to properly diagnose and treat a highly adoptable animal that will have a good quality of life after treatment
Referral veterinary services can also be considered if the animal is not able to be treated at Humane Society of West Michigan
Behavioral assessments and training of animals
Shelter Sponsorships are seen daily by the thousands of visitors who come to Humane Society of West Michigan each year. Shelter Sponsorship are a thoughtful way to memorialize a beloved family member, pay tribute to a family pet (past or present), and are an effective way to advertise a business. These annual sponsorships also promote community involvement and show support of HSWM’s work. This type of financial support allows us to continue our various community outreach programs such as spay and neutering services, vaccine clinics and food assistance programs for low-income pet owners.