Humane Society of Huron Valley: Planned Giving

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Planned Giving

Guardian Circle members have included HSHV in their estate plans, making a commitment to the future care of animals in our community.

HSHV is an important safety net for homeless, abused, and injured animals—rescuing them from cruel and neglectful situations, providing medical care and shelter, and finding them loving homes. Leaving a planned gift is a special way to continue improving their world. Your planned gift will provide long-term support for our life-saving programs.

Benefits

We hope you will consider becoming a member of our Guardian Circle of Donors. Your name will be listed in Shelter Life, our quarterly newsletter. You will also receive an invitation to an annual Guardian Circle event and be eligible to participate in our Continuing Care program, a way to provide lifetime care for your companion animals.

Continuing Care

One of the most loving things we can do for our companion animals is to make arrangements if we should leave them behind. HSHV's Continuing Care program helps provide a bright future for animals whose parents predecease them. Animals enrolled in the program are placed with new families looking to adopt.

Helpful Information

Legal Name: Humane Society of Huron Valley
Address: 3100 Cherry Hill Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Tax ID #: 38-1474931

Enroll in the Guardian Circle

Please download our Guardian Circle packet and return the Declaration of Intent once you have made the decision to include HSHV in your estate plans. Please indicate if you would like information on enrolling in our Continuing Care program.

Please email development@hshv.org or call 734-661-3525 with any questions or for copies of Planned Giving forms.

 

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