Wilmington Area Humane Society

Posted August 3, 2019

Name of Non-Profit Organization *

Wilmington Area Humane Society

Today's Date: *

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Organization's website

https://www.adoptapet.com/wahs/

EIN / 501(C)(3)Number *

32-0029316

What year did your organization receive it's non-profit status? *

2003

Address *

5312 U.S. 68 North P.O. Box 968
Wilmington, Ohio 45177
United States

County *

Clinton

Your Name *

Mary Jane Johnson

Your Title *

PR & Adoption Coordinator

Your email address *

wahspets@yahoo.com

Your Phone Number

(937) 289-7228

Executive Director's Name *

Sherry Bathori

Executive Director's email address *

sbathori@aol.com

What is the mission of your organization?

The mission of the Wilmington Area Humane Society is to promote the welfare of the dogs and cats, provide programs to the residents of the area and to nurture and strengthen the human/animal bond

Which social causes (up to 3 choices) does your agency address through its programming? *

  • (1) Animals
  • (5) Education

Any comments about your selections you would like to share with the student philanthropists?

The Wilmington Area Humane Society (WAHS) is an all-volunteer non-profit formed in 2002. WAHS operates a shelter/adoption facility which takes in and cares for cats and dogs. After a vet check, immunizations and if over 12 weeks of age, spayed or neutered, the pets are placed for adoption. Dogs and cats are acquired by owner release, cats dropped off at our facility plus dogs also come from the Clinton County Dog Warden. We have in excess of 45 volunteers that feed, socialize and exercise dogs and cats in our adoption program, others who clean & do upkeep on the facility plus those who take on specialized projects such as pet photography, education of the public concerning animal care and more. Humane education programs are offered and we help local residents with lost & found pets by posting lost and found pet notices on our Facebook page.

Does your organization have volunteer opportunities available for students? *

Yes, Grades 9 – 12

List possible volunteer opportunities -or- a link to where they can be found on the web.

Student groups may do a do a special cleaning of the shelter; fundraising, or if if a student is 18 years of age, work as an animal caretaker. There are four daily animal caretaker shifts; volunteers can serve as a substitute or as a regular shift volunteer. Students under 18 years must be paired with someone over 18, either a family member who is willing to help out or another volunteer.

Volunteer coordinator

Patty Wheeler

Volunteer coordinator's email address

wahsvolunteers@yahoo.com

Volunteer coordinator's phone number

1-877-802-1633