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June 2016 Newsletter
Our logos and website have undergone a major muzzle-lift thanks to a program called Pass It Forward!
We enlisted the expertise of Creative Quarterback founder Nicole Ross to help us update our logos and website so we could share our unique programs and life-saving philosophy through a more streamlined and cohesive branding strategy. HSHC has evolved so much over the last decade serving our community as not only one of the few open-admission, truly no-kill shelters in the country, but also one that offers unique programs like Pets Healing Vets. We also have many events throughout the year, each with its own logo, so we felt it was time to tie everything together with a more easily identified, singular color palette and theme.
The shelter’s new tagline, “Love & Let Live,” speaks to HSHC’s no-kill philosophy of giving every adoptable animal a second chance at love and life.
May 2016 Newsletter
We always receive the largest number of new arrivals during the spring and summer months, so please consider signing up for our Foster Program. The shelter operates right at capacity every day of the year. So when we are in these peak times, it becomes a daily challenge to find enough space for all those sweet faces depending on us. Without our foster home network, the reality is, we would have to euthanize animals for space. That’s how important fostering is…
April 2016 Newsletter
Wine, Wags & Whiskers is just around the corner on Friday, April 29th. We’ll be gathering at the Mill Top in Noblesville to eat, drink and get hairy with some very special shelter dogs and cats.
Enjoy the finest wines, music and peruse silent auction items you won’t find anywhere else. Original artwork, jewelry, event tickets, gift packages and so much more will be featured for your shopping pleasure…
March 2016 Newsletter
March in Indiana is all about March Madness…and in our world, it’s about Pit Bull Education & Brackets for Good! These brackets are just as fiercely competitive, but it’s for fundraising dollars and great causes.
We walked away with the 2015 Championship and are laser focused on bringing the title back to Hamilton County again. No other charity has ever won twice, and we think it’s time they did…
February 2016 Newsletter
February may be a short month, but it’s full of opportunities to share your love! While Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love for the special human in your life, it’s also a chance to celebrate your love for the animals! You can sponsor the care for a shelter dog or cat this month in honor, or memory, of the special pets and people in your life…
January 2016 Newsletter
2015 was a great year thanks to our amazing team, volunteers and supporters. Our statistics for the year demonstrate the unwavering commitment our team has to our No-Kill mission. Using the No-Kill Asilomar Accords guidelines for our calculations, we couldn’t be prouder to report that our overall placement rate for 2015 was 98.6%. As an open admission facility that also receives all of the injured and abused animals of Hamilton County, and the space constraints we deal with every day, this is a remarkable accomplishment…