Humane Society’s Debt-Free Goal Has A Way To Go

The Door County Humane Society has come along way in its effort to fund at $1,300,000 expansion and renovation project at its animal shelter. However, there’s a ways to go and the organization needs help to raise the final $500,000 in order to finish the project debt-free. While workers were redoing the old section of the facility, the start of a new fundraising campaign was announced at a news conference Monday at the shelter in the Town of Nasewaupee near the Cherryland Airport. Marilyn Jensen, president of the Humane Society’s Board of Directors, said the response to date has been remarkable…

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Jensen says progress has been made because of donations of all sizes…

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She says it was imperative that the project move forward in the midst of the fundraising effort. There was no time to wait…

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Jensen says diverting funds to a mortgage would make it difficult to meet the day-to-day needs of the animals at the shelter.

Donations may be mailed, sent by way of the internet or by calling 746-1111.

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