Your donations mean so much to us!

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How to Support Our Efforts

Approximately 95 percent of the contributions we receive are spent on programs and services that directly benefit animals. 

If there was just one simple thing you could do to give an innocent and defenseless animal a second chance, wouldn't you want to do it?

We are a private, non-profit 501c3 organization founded in 1932. We do not receive federal, state or local tax dollars to operate. We are also not affiliated with any other animal welfare organization such as HSUS or ASPCA.

Therefore, we rely on donations from people like you to continue to offer our many services. We truly appreciate your interest in helping us protect the multitudes of less-fortunate animals in our area.

Please help us save even more animals in 2017 by donating to the HSVC. Even the smallest donation can make a huge difference to these animals.

$5 will feed a puppy for 5 days

$10 will feed a kitten for 2 weeks

$25 will purchase the first set of shots for a dog or cat

$50 will pay to groom three dogs

$100 will spay or neuter a large dog and cat

$250 will pay for gas, electricity, and water for two days

$500 helps Humane Officers investigate cases of cruelty

$1000 pays for two months of care for the average rescue horse

Thank you so much for visiting our site. We could not rescue, house, feed, and care for animals in need without generous contributions from animal lovers like you!

Other ways of supporting our efforts are outlined below. Thank you again for your assistance.

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Make a Financial Donation through Network for Good

You can make a financial donation directly to the Humane Society of Ventura County through Network for Good. Donors receive automated tax receipts and online donation history and the ability to set up recurring donations.

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402 Bryant Street in Ojai

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Sequoia was brought to the Humane Society of Ventura County on April 30, 2016 as a stray after being found wandering a nearby highway. She waited at the shelter for her previous owner to claim... Read more →

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