DCHS Depend On Volunteers

There’s no doubt that most non-profit organizations could not function were it not for the work provided, free of charge, by volunteers. Such is the case at the Door County Humane Society’s animal shelter where several individuals racked up more than 200 hours each of volunteer work in 2013. Executive Director Carrie Counihan says she has kept a working tally, but, because some volunteers don’t always put down every hour they work, the real number probably reflects much more time invested…

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Counihan says she hopes to develop a calculation of the dollar value of all of the hours provided by the door county humane society’s volunteer workers.

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