While the Humane Society is famous now for its animal welfare efforts, it was originally founded to help women and children, too, in 1873.
It is now the city’s oldest, private, not-for-profit animal welfare organization. AHS now focuses its efforts on addressing the pet overpopulation problem and encouraging pet adoption in Georgia. With two campuses, in Atlanta and Alpharetta, the pet rescue and animal welfare organization offers the public numerous opportunities either to donate or get involved.
In addition to its pet adoption services, the Atlanta Humane Society pet rescue organization offers other programs and services, including fundraisers for our rescued pets, an expertly-staffed clinic, opportunities for volunteering, and year-round, community-wide events.
Stay tuned for our check presentation to them later this quarter. You can support the AHS by visiting their website here: