Spring Appeal

Humane Society of Lebanon County


Every day, stray, unwanted and sick pets are brought to the safe haven of the Humane Society of Lebanon County (HSLC). We lovingly take into our care all animals in need, but find ourselves involved in the ongoing challenge of rehoming our animal residents to forever homes in order to make room for others who arrive daily.

You can make an impact on the life of shelter pets.

The HSLC is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, which means your generous gift goes directly to support our work to save the countless lives of not only the dogs and cats, but also rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, birds, rats and mice, reptiles and various other domesticated animals.

“Church fills our home with laughter and love.”

Brought to the HSLC in October 2017 as a stray, Church, approximately a year old at the time, had a tough time adjusting to life at the shelter. He was consider “dog aggressive” and he was apparently not properly socialized in his former life. With our loving, patient, and determined kennel team, Church went on to attend events with over 300 people successfully meet other dogs and in September was adopted!

Church is one of our many success stories – and we want more!

We cannot do this without you!

“Rufus has the Easy Life now.”

Poor Rufus had a rough start in life. By just 6 months old, he had already survived life on the street, pneumonia and surgery to remove a benign ear mass. HSLC was able to get Rufus healthy and he was adopted by a family who just wants him to have the “Easy Life” with laps, fuzzy toys and canned food.

HSLC is not funded with tax dollars, nor do we receive any funding from the Humane Society of the United States. Our shelter is supported by and relies on the generous charitable donations from like-minded, kindhearted and thoughtful community members like you.

Your donation helps the animals at the shelter in many invaluable ways.

– Vaccinations, medications, microchipping, flea and tick treatments, and routine medical care

– Spaying and neutering of cats and dogs

– Urgent medical care for animals who would otherwise be euthanized due to lack of funds needed to pay for costly procedures

– Veterinary services, surgical equipment, enrichment items and training, facility upkeep and repairs, heat and food.

Every gift makes a difference.

Through no fault of their own, stray, unwanted and injured or sick animals arrive at our shelter in search of hope for a better life. They are counting on caring and compassionate friends like you to help us make it possible to rewrite their story. We are committed to finding for each and every animal in our care their “Happily Ever After.”

But we cannot do it without you. You are the important piece of the puzzle to their second chance.


Maria Bojarcheck
President, Humane Society of Lebanon County
Board of Directors

Click here to download our Spring Appeal Letter

Click here to make a donation online!  It’s quick and easy!

You don’t have to give online, we appreciate mailed and in-person donations too! Please bring or mail your donation to:

Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 North Ramona Road
Myerstown, PA 17067