Help us reach our Community Cat fundraising goal! Each box represents a sponsorship needed. When we fill all the boxes, we will get a $5000 match from an anonymous donor
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73 to go!
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EVERY PENNY MAKES
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The financial support we provide to the Hardin County Animal Shelter enables them to purchase medical supplies, provide veterinary care for hurt shelter animals as well as much-needed equipment like fencing and cat condos. We also provide educational outreach to the community on lost or homeless pets, spay/neuter, and health issues for animals. Our educational programs are designed to reach the next generation of pet owners and encourage spay/neuter in our community.
100% of your tax-deductible donation will go toward these projects. FOHCAS is a 501c3 public charity. You can donate through the PayPal link to the right or mail a check made out to "Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter" to PO Box 951, Elizabethtown, KY 42702.
WISH LIST 2021
Dog and cat food - kitten pate and kibble style
(please no Beneful)
Dog and cat toys
Please take those directly to the Animal Shelter!
Register your Kroger Plus card and FOHCAS will receive a percentage of the purchases!
FOHCAS' Kroger Rewards number is 89850.
Register with AmazonSmile and .5% of your qualifying purchases will help our shelter pets!
Click on the AmazonSmile icon on the left to register for a portion of your purchases to be donated to FOHCAS. We'll use every penny to help shelter pets in Hardin County!
The FOHCAS Endowment
Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter has partnered with the Central Kentucky Community Foundation to create an endowment to save for the future and over time provide a revenue stream for the group to continue our mission to support shelter pets and the community.
Endowments are a tool that keep donor gifts intact, only distributing earnings from interest or investments. Building a long-term endowment can provide a stable financial future for nonprofit organizations and provide annual income.
The foundation’s work and management of endowments allow nonprofit organizations such as the Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter to focus on their goals and spend less time raising money, the foundation said.
“Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter has been supporting our community's shelter pets and we want to make sure we can continue to do so forever,” said Julia Springsteen, FOHCAS' founding president. “The endowment fund through CKCF allows us to look toward the future and become self-sufficient as well as grow our programs and events for the benefit of our community's pets and the next generation of pet owners."