Order your Quarter Auction tickets here!
Our Coins for a Cause Quarter Auctions have received such a fantastic response that we've decided to host two events in 2017. Mark your calendar for our Spring 2017 Coins for a Cause Quarter Auction 1-4 p.m. Sunday, April 9 at The Marq on Lineville Road in Suamico.
Tickets are just $10 each and include a bidding paddle, free hors d'oeuvres, and an automatic entry into the door prize drawing.
To order tickets by mail, please send a check for the proper amount to:
Safe Haven Humane Society
PO Box 207
Suamico, WI 54173
Safe Haven Humane Society has a desperate need for foster homes so we can continue to take in, rehabilitate, and rehome pets in our community and throughout Wisconsin. Since we are still without a physical shelter space, Safe Haven relies on foster families to temporarily care for our pets until they can be adopted.
Safe Haven Humane Society provides all of the food, supplies, and any necessary vet care or training. You just provide the home, consistency, and love our pets need to ready them for adoption! Safe Haven's need for foster homes and Adoption Ambassadors is both urgent and constant. Email us at SafeHavenHSOC@gmail.com to learn more about the needs in your community and how you can play a direct role in saving a life!
Safe Haven Humane Society and Outreach Center is a grassroots, volunteer-run, nonprofit animal rescue organization dedicated to helping the pets and people in western Brown County and the surrounding areas in Northeast Wisconsin. Safe Haven Humane Society's Raise the Roof Capital Building Campaign is underway. The lease for our office space in Howard ended in May, and we need YOUR help to find, renovate, and maintain a permanent facility to house even more of the homeless animals in our community.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Providing a loving environment for surrendered and stray animals as they search for their forever homes, assisting current pet owners to permanently provide appropriate care for their animals, and engaging community members in the issue of pet homelessness