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2021 ANNUAL REPORT

MAPPING OUR

FIVE-YEAR PLAN

LOOKING BACK AT 2021:

A Year of Perseverance


OHS MISSION

Creating a More Humane Society.

OUR VISION

A world where every animal is treated with

compassion, kindness and respect.

OHS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Marveita Redding,* Chair

City of Portland, Bureau of

Environmental Services

David H. Angeli, Vice-Chair

Angeli Law Group

Dr. John E. Gustavsson

Secretary

Radiology Consultants, Inc

Steven L. Gish, Treasurer

BPM Real Estate Group

Harvey N. Black Jr.*

Retired, Mediation Services

Steve D. Bloom

Portland Japanese Garden

Reginald R. Eklund*

Retired, NACCO Materials

Handling Group, Inc.

Lindsay W. Ford

Sprout Tours

John C. Gomez*

Key Bank

Marc F. Grignon

Retired, NW

Equity Holdings,

Dave S. Hansen

Immediate Past Chair

Columbia State Bank

Peter A. Jensen

Internal Revenue Service

VISIT US ONLINE

Gordon Keane

Digital Vision, Inc.

Lynn D. Loacker

Community Volunteer

Robert E. Mack, DVM, DACVIM

VCA Northwest

Veterinary Specialists

Elizabeth J. Mehren

Journalist and Author

Betty B. Norrie*

Retired, Program Director,

NCAA Foundation

Diane Rosenbaum

Former Oregon State

Senator & Majority Leader

April Sanderson

Wealth Management

Executive

Mary K. Slayton

Retired, Nike, Inc.

Carolyn M. Vogt

Pine Hill Legal LLC

Nancy Tonkin- Zoucha

Tonkin Family of

Dealerships

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

EMERITUS

Marilynn Jensen

Dolorosa Margulis

*Past Board Chair

IMPORTANT NUMBERS:

Adoptions

(503) 285-7722, ext. 262

Behavior Help Line

(503) 416-2983

Admissions

(503) 285-7722, ext. 211

Corporate Relations

(503) 416-7084

Editor, OHS Magazine

(503) 416-2985

Estate Giving

(503) 416-2988

Make a Donation

(503) 802-6793

Monthly Giving

(503) 416-7079

Spay/Neuter Assistance

(503) 802-6755

Volunteer Program

(503) 285-7722, ext. 204

A Voice for Animals

from Sharon Harmon, President and CEO

As I reflect on 2021, I am humbled by the tenacity and commitment of our staff,

donors and the community. There is no doubt that our resilience was tested in ways

we never imagined. But we persevered together – driven by our mission and inspired

by the animals.

It was a year of tremendous change and excitement as we broke ground on the

most ambitious expansion project in OHS history, the New Road Ahead. The services

and programs provided by the Community Teaching Hospital, Animal Crimes Forensic

Center, and Behavior Rehabilitation and Rescue Center will be transformational for

our community. The New Road Ahead has brought new supporters to OHS, and I

deeply appreciate their trust and generosity. Donors who have been with us for

many years have stepped up in extraordinary ways to bring the New Road Ahead to

life. We are so close to meeting our fundraising goal for the New Road Ahead. I know

that with your continued support, we will get there. I invite you to see the progress

of the New Road Ahead project and read about the donors who are making it

possible on pages 6-7.

I am particularly grateful to our returning Board Chair, Marveita Redding, for her

commitment to OHS and the New Road Ahead. Her guidance as Board Chair in 2007

was critical to the success of the Animal Medical Learning Center project. Under her

leadership, I am looking forward to the successful opening of the New Road Ahead

buildings later in 2022.

While there were changes in 2021, many things remained constant – more than 6,000

pets found new homes; our Second Chance vehicles were on the road almost every

week; our medical team performed more than 8,000 surgeries; Humane Special

Agents responded to thousands of calls; and responders deployed to assist during

natural and unnatural disasters.

I invite you to participate in one of the programs that fuel our progress – become a

monthly donor; include OHS in your estate plan; donate your car; sponsor a pet; or

participate in Doggie Dash. There are many ways to save animals, these are just

a few.

In 2022, we will begin an exciting new chapter as Willamette Humane Society

merges into OHS. The merger will be effective on July 1, 2022, and the integration of

the two organizations will be an 18-24-month process. Communities from the two

largest metro areas in the state, Salem and Portland, will benefit from the combined

experience of some of the most skilled animal welfare professionals in Oregon. Read

more about this merger and see how our five-year strategic plan will continue to

guide our efforts on pages 16-17.

Thank you for your continued support.

ANNUAL REPORT

OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY

1067 NE Columbia Blvd.

Portland, OR 97211

(503) 285-7722

oregonhumane.org

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OHS is an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization

that relies on donor support for its adoption, education,

medical and humane law enforcement programs. OHS

does not receive portions of donations made to national

humane organizations.

With gratitude,

Sharon M. Harmon, CAWA

President and CEO

Oregon Humane Society

ANNUAL REPORT

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2021 AT A GLANCE

Jan. 23: OHS partners with the ASPCA to

transport 60 at-risk pets from Texas shelters.

Feb. 24: The Diamond Collar Awards

are presented during an online event.

Among those honored are Savage the cat,

who narrowly survived the Oregon wildfires.

Feb. 25: OHS Humane Law Enforcement team

assists with horse rescue in Yamhill County.

March 19: OHS marks one year of COVID-19 response

efforts and adoptions by appointment.

April 5: OHS announces $1.75 million in grant

funding from the ASPCA to support the New

Road Ahead project.

April 16: Doggie Dash is transformed into

a 30-day virtual event that includes dozens

of activities and prizes for participants who

fundraise to help shelter pets. More than

$514,000 is raised to support OHS programs

and services.

May 4: The Cat and Kitten Intake Center at

OHS reopens to receive 42 cats from New

Mexico through a partnership with the ASPCA.

The is the first intake at the Center since the

facility was closed due to the pandemic.

June 16: OHS celebrates the largest expansion

project in the organization’s 153-year

history. The New Road Ahead groundbreaking

ceremony is held on the construction site

and attended by OHS board members, donors

and staff.

June 28: The historic heatwave forces OHS

to close to the public and adjust operations to

limit outdoor activities.

July 13: OHS transforms the popular summer

camp into a virtual event. Young people gather

online to celebrate their love for animals in

a fun, supportive, educational environment.

July 23: OHS assists Multnomah County

Animal Services with an ongoing case by

transferring in 76 pets.

Aug. 7: OHS receives 45 dogs through a partnership

with Fetch Fido a Flight, an Oklahoma

nonprofit started by a former Oregon resident.

Sept. 6: The first of three teams travel to the

Southeast to assist with Hurricane Ida

response. They care for displaced shelter pets

at emergency animal shelters in Tennessee

and Louisiana.

Sept. 16: OHS is the recipient of the prestigious

Henry Bergh Award from the ASPCA in

recognition of the innovative programs serving

pets and people in the community.

Oct. 12: A vaccine clinic is held at OHS to help

protect owned rabbits from Rabbit

Hemorrhagic Disease Virus, or RHDV.

Oct. 31: OHS hires first veterinary social

worker, Kelly Bremken, MSSW, VSW.

Nov. 30: OHS hosts pet food bank on

Giving Tuesday

Dec. 1: OHS launches Home for the

Holidays campaign to help find homes for

long-term shelter pets.

Dec. 31: Leo, an 8-year-old cat transferred

to OHS from a shelter in Pendleton, is the last

adoption of 2021.

ANNUAL REPORT

June 29-30: OHS partners with Crossroads

Church to host a two-day event providing

free pet food and supplies.

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The Oregon Humane Society is proud to recognize the generous donors

who have contributed $5,000 or more to the New Road Ahead.

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In 2021, construction began on the most

ambitious expansion project in OHS’ 153-year

history. The New Road Ahead includes two

buildings next to OHS’ Ernest C. Swigert Animal

Shelter. The facilities will house a Behavior

Rehabilitation and Rescue Center, Animal Crimes

Forensic Center and a Community

Teaching Hospital.

The New Road Ahead ground-breaking ceremony

was held on June 16, 2021, following more than

seven years of planning, research and consulting

with local and national partners to identify

the areas of greatest need.

You can help OHS meet the $36 million fundraising

goal for the New Road Ahead project before

the buildings open in fall 2022.

DONATE NOW

RAISED: $32.5 M

Additional ways to support the project can be

found at oregonhumane.org/newroadahead.

New Road Ahead Project Quick Facts

• 21,498 square feet – Size of the building housing the

Community Teaching Hospital and Animal Crimes

Forensic Center.

• 13,876 square feet – Size of the Behavior Rehabilitation and

Rescue Center.

• 2,875 tons – Amount of rock, asphalt and concrete removed

from construction site. Formerly designated industrial use,

Oregon Humane Society is transforming this space into a

tranquil landscape with bioswales, rain garden and a dog

walking path that connects to our existing native woodland.

• 4.25 acres – Land allocated for the New Road Ahead project

• 60 jobs - Approximate number of jobs that will be created

when the New Road Ahead’s expanded programs

and services open in late 2022.

Anonymous (8)

Keith & Christine Abernathy

Audrey Buckingham Albaugh

Bill & Lynda Allred

Patricia & James Anderson

Jeanne Arbow

Arnold Salter

Family Foundation

ASPCA

Anita & David August

Brian August & Dana Katz

Kimberly & Steve August

Doug Babb & Shelah Hanson

Dr. Patricia Bade

Robert & Carol Baird

Mary Jo Ball in memory

of Lola

William & Paula Ball

Barbara Baugnon &

Ken Smith

Jennifer Baumann

Bear Gulch Foundation

Barry & Jacqueline T. Bennett

Ginny & David Bennett

BetsWest Foundation

Harvey Black

Stephen D. Bloom

Ken & Jennifer Bolin

Christ & Barbara Bouneff

Dr. Stephen &

Marge Brenneke

Amanda Briggs &

Dennis Kenny

Carolyn Brock

Suzanne Brooks

Sherri & Ernie Brown

Patsy Bruggere

Florence V. Burden

Foundation at the

recommendation of

Foundation Director,

Wendy L. Burden

Ellyn Bye / Dream

Envision Foundation

C.O.A.T. Flagging

Mark, Tracy, & Julianna Cahill

Dr. James M. Cech in

memory of Missy

Lou & John Chapman

Diane & Baer Charlton

Carol A. Christensen

Clark Foundation

Ellen & Richard Cohen

Columbia Bank

Cornuelle Family Foundation

Judy Crislip

Vanessa Crouch

Cindy Davis & Elaine Scott

Deacon Family Fund of The

Oregon Community

Foundation

Delta Fire, Inc.

Daniel Deutsch Fund

of The Oregon

Community Foundation

Linda Dicker

Dennis Digman

Dr. Richard Drake Family

Gerard & Sandra Drummond

Robert & Georgina* Dubay

Dwyer Family Gift Fund

Kathy Eaton

Willard L. &

Ruth P. Eccles Foundation

Leslie G. Ehmann Trust

Reg & Linda Eklund

Ronda Ellis & Judy Ritt

Sean & Gale Fagan

Molly Farkas in memory of

Mike Farkas & Omar

Jen Fasold & Dan Zielke

Chris & Michael Feves

Ben & Lindsay Ford

Ford Charitable Fund

Dean & Sue Ghizzone

Justin & Brett Giammona

Dan Gibbs & Lois Seed

Alice Gillaroo &

Susan Jorgensen

Lance & Karen Gilmore

Steven L. & Jacquelyn H. Gish

John & Joline Gomez

Grace & Co

Sue & Eric Graf

Pam & Marc Grignon

John E. Gustavsson, M.D. &

Stuart Weitz

Gary W. Hahn

Hallmark Inns & Resorts, Inc.

Mary & Dave Hansen

Sharon Harmon & Gary Kish

Larry & Donna Hazel

Howard B. Hecht

Helen Herman

Henry Lea Hillman, Jr.

Foundation, Inc.

Summer Lea Hillman

Foundation

Joanne Hodgdon

Joseph & Elizabeth Hoffart

Charitable Foundation

Ronnie Hoffman

Patricia Davidson Hogan

in memory of

Melvin C. “Bud” Donald

Sherry Holley & Al Didier

Tim & Jill Hurtley

The Samuel S. Johnson

Foundation

Gordon H. & Katherine Keane

Heather Killough

Dr. Deena R. Klein

John D. Klosterman & Leslie

W. Fleet in honor of

Mary Henry

Barbara & Gregory Knopp

Diane F. Knudsen

Stephen C. Kochis, DVM &

Christopher Jones

Kevin Kuch

Dinah Larsen

Jackie Larson

Dale Latham & Marilyn

Happold-Latham

Lellah Lawrence

Cassandra Lematta

Joanne Lilley

Jim & Kathryn Lillis

Lynn & Jack Loacker

Dr. Robert Mack &

Dr. Barb Crabbe

Margulis Jewelers -

Dolorosa Margulis

Michael L. Marx &

Donald K. Marshall

Maybelle Clark

Macdonald Fund

Ed & Ellen McClaran

Don & Melinda McCoy

Elizabeth Mehren &

Fox Butterfield

Elizabeth & Warren Menche

James & Kristine Merritt

Peter H. Michaelson

Foundation & Family

Dick & Jane Miller

Sydney Miller

Alan Mitchell & Lynn Davis

Deb Morgan

Kenneth J. & Hana Moyle

Scott & Shifter Muramatsu

The M.J. Murdock

Charitable Trust

Nancy Murray

Avis Naslund

Jon Naviaux & Anne Kilkenny

Betty BuZard Norrie

Ron Norris & Linda Talley

Fund at Seattle Foundation

Penelope C. O’Connell

Melania & Scott Oppat

Oregon State University

Foundation

Kris Otteman & Jeff Brant

Pamela Pariani

Franklin Parker

R.H. Parker /

United Foundation

Petco Love

Gerald Petersen in memory

of Phyllis Petersen

Marcia Petty & Walt Gorman

Heidi Peyton

Teddy Phillips

Don & René Pizzo

Rita Platzer & Chung Tang

Linda “Bear” Polier

Cheryl & Ward Preble

Bill Ramirez & Roberta Staff

Marveita Redding &

David Stafford*

Kristin & Arthur Reeck

Julian Resendes-Montoya &

Michael Rohan

Phyllis C. Reynolds

James Richardson

Debra & Tim Rilling

Tina & Richard Romine

Kathleen & Alan Rose

Diane Rosenbaum in memory

of Jean Rosenbaum

Garth Rosenberg

Kurt Rosenberg

Russ Rosner

Carrie H. Saito*

Sue Sample & Al Varnes

Frank & Carol Sampson

Charitable Fund

April Sanderson

John Sarr & Paul DuCommun

Scott l Edwards Architecture

The Sence Foundation

Mary Slayton

Levi Smith

Vera L. Smith

Charitable Foundation

Laura J. Spear

Margaret Spear

Tracey & Nancy Spear

Joan Spratlen & Sonja Vik

Karl Studnicka

The Swigert-Warren

Foundation

Thomas Switzer & Kimberly

Taylor-Switzer

Bill and Katey Taylor

Harold & Margaret

Taylor Foundation

Gilah Tenenbaum

Don & Joan Terry

Thede Culpepper Moore

Munro & Silliman LLP

Liz Tilbury

Ronald E. & Ivy L. Timpe

Century Fund of The Oregon

Community Foundation

Marcy Tonkin

Nancy Tonkin-Zoucha &

Nathan Zoucha

Joyce Veggen*

Carolyn & George Vogt

The Walker Family

Foundation

Hubert & Frances Walker

Charitable Trust

Mary J. Walker

Andrea Wall & Dennis Brown

Marci Ann Walsh

Western Partitions, Inc.

Wheeler Foundation

Wolfgang Dempke

Griz & Layla Yarie-Brindell

Dennis Yost

Jacqueline Young &

Eric Freund

ANNUAL REPORT

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MASON

WALTER

A Shifting Landscape

INTEREST IN ADOPTIONS REMAINED STRONG IN 2021 AND MANY PETS WHO WERE AT

OHS LONG-TERM FOUND LOVING HOMES. OHS CARED FOR PETS WITH COMPLEX BE-

HAVIOR AND MEDICAL NEEDS, WHICH OFTEN REQUIRED A SPECIAL ADOPTER. STAFF

WORKED CLOSELY WITH CLIENTS TO MATCH PEOPLE AND PETS WHILE CONTINUALLY

EVOLVING THE PROCESS TO BE MORE EFFICIENT AND USER-FRIENDLY.

There was an increased need from partner shelters for support from the OHS

Second Chance program, as many shelters were facing the downstream effects

of reduced access to veterinary care, spay/neuter services, and continued

economic challenges.

MASON

Mason was transferred to OHS from Marion County Dog Services in March 2021.

He quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite and was one of the longest

residents at OHS when he was adopted in October. This big, slobbery goofball

was the star of playgroups, a member of the running team and a media star

for being “OHS’ most eligible bachelor.”

WALTER

Walter, a senior cat, was sick and wandering the streets of LaGrande when he

was rescued. He was transferred to OHS for extensive medical care but was

having a tough time adjusting to life in the shelter. Enny specifically wanted to

adopt a cat who was having a harder time finding home. When they came in,

Enny sat calmly and quietly with Walter, letting him warm up to things while

softly petting his head and gently reassuring him, “I have a really nice window

that you can sit and look out.” Better days were ahead for Walter.

One month after Walter went home with Enny, they reported that he has transformed

into a sweet, adventurous, loving cat who loved to lounge by the window.

CASH

Cash made a remarkable transformation once he was adopted into his loving

home. He was among a group of nine dogs who had been living in a small home

in rural Oregon when his owner died. When he was transferred to OHS, he was

scared and shut down.

Valerie and her family had fostered many dogs for OHS, so they welcomed Cash

to their home to help him overcome his fears. He blossomed thanks in part to the

special bond he formed with Valerie’s five-year-old daughter. Cash is now a

permanent member of the family and patiently waits by the window every

day for his favorite little girl to come home from school.

BART BEFORE

BART AFTER

Transforming Lives

TRAINING AND BEHAVIOR SERVICES AT THE OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY ARE FOCUSED

ON TWO MAIN AREAS; STRENGTHENING THE BOND BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR

PETS AND HELPING SHELTER ANIMALS BECOME THEIR BEST SELVES.

Offerings for the public expanded in 2021 with new virtual classes for cats,

kittens and their people. The number of in-person training classes for dogs

increased with high demand and new options for puppies. Shelter pets suffering

from extreme fear, neglect and other behavior challenges are welcomed

into the Behavior Modification (BMod) Program. Specialized staff work with

these animals and adhere to a plan designed to meet a pet’s specific needs.

A new Behavior Rehabilitation and Rescue Center is part of the New Road

Ahead expansion project and will provide a purpose-built space for the

BMod program.

BART

Bart was transferred to OHS from a crowded, under-resourced shelter in

California. He was relinquished along with three other dogs who appeared to

be his littermates. One thing was certain – they were terrified and did

everything they could to avoid people. All four dogs entered OHS’ Behavior

Modification Program and began to make slow and steady progress.

Bart was sent to an experienced foster home where he could also learn from

more confident dogs in the home. Seven months of patience and hard work

paid off as Bart began to blossom. In November, Bart began a new chapter

with a loving family and another dog who quickly became Bart’s new BFF.

COLIN ROBINSON

Adopting a kitten brings a lot of cuteness into our lives, but these tiny felines

have a lot to learn. Colin Robinson is one of the latest graduates of Virtual

Kitten Kindergarten, or Kitten-garten, a new OHS program introduced in 2021 to

help kitten adopters get their pet started on the right paw.

“Kittens have so much to learn,” says Tanya Roberts, OHS Senior Manager of

Training and Behavior. “It’s important for adopters to be well equipped to avoid

common mistakes that lead to behavior issues in the future.”

Kitten-garten is designed to be informative, interactive and fun. Topics covered

include play time, nail trimming, getting a kitten used to their crate and the

car, teaching them tricks and litter box success.

“This class helped strengthen the bond between me and our new kitten, Colin

Robinson,” says class attendee Diana Gabaldon. “The biggest surprise was that

my older cats would be so anxious to join the training.”

CASH

COLIN ROBINSON

ANNUAL REPORT

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6,466

Total adoptions

3,753

Animals transferred to

OHS through the Second

Chance program

60

Number of Second Chance

partner shelters and

rescue groups

2,601

Owner-surrendered pets

2,058

Pet owners who attended OHS

training classes, workshops, webinars

and puppy romps

1,698

Calls and emails to the

free OHS Pet Behavior

Help Line

39

Shelter pets who

entered the Behavior

Modification Program

ANNUAL REPORT

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OHS Veterinarian

Dr. KANDACE HENRY

with HOUSTON

GREMLIN - BEFORE

Caring for the Most Vulnerable

THE MEDICAL TEAM AT OHS CONTINUED TO WORK THROUGH THE CHALLENGES OF THE

PANDEMIC WHILE DELIVERING HIGH-QUALITY CARE. THERE WAS AN INCREASE IN RE-

QUESTS FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FROM OTHER SHELTERS AND PET OWNERS AS THE

SHORTAGE OF VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS PERSISTED.

The Spay & Save team worked through a backlog of clients and a high demand

for spay/neuter surgery for owned pets. A relative return to normalcy came in

January 2021 as the veterinary students from Oregon State University resumed

their three-week rotation on site.

To meet future needs of pets and people, OHS hired the first veterinarian for

the Community Teaching Hospital and OHS’ first Veterinary Social Worker.

HOUSTON’S STORY

In one moment, Houston’s world was turned upside down — he jumped out of a car

window and broke both of his legs. The impact on his small body was severe and

his extensive injuries required specialized surgery. He was taken to an

emergency vet and stabilized before being transferred to OHS.

Houston’s case was complex. OHS veterinarian Dr. Wendi Rekers has a great deal

of experience repairing broken bones, but Houston’s shattered legs would need

special pins and plates to help him walk again.

Houston underwent multiple surgeries and spent months in an experienced foster

home while he healed. He became a favorite among the OHS medical team with his

determined spirit and sweet personality.

Finally, Houston’s legs were ready for him to begin a new chapter in a home with

his loving adopter.

GREMLIN’S GLOW UP

When a tiny feline named Gremlin arrived at OHS from a partner shelter in Oregon,

she barely looked like a kitten. She had lost most of her hair, and her skin was

inflamed and irritated due to ringworm, a common skin fungus. Although

ringworm is not life-threatening, many shelters are not able to treat this skin

condition since it is highly contagious and takes a lot of time and resources.

Luckily, OHS has a ringworm isolation area where Gremlin spent months getting

specialized care, baths, and medications. She continued healing in a foster home

where her soft, fluffy coat returned. Her transformation was extraordinary.

Gremlin’s foster parent was charmed by the inner and outer beauty of this

adorable little kitten. So, when Gremlin was fully recovered, her foster parent

adopted her.

HOLLIE

It Begins with a Call

OHS’ HUMANE LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM RESPONDS TO THOUSANDS OF CALLS FOR

HELP EACH YEAR. SOME REQUESTS COME FROM OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

WHILE OTHERS COME FROM CONCERNED CITIZENS WHO MAY HAVE WITNESSED ANIMAL

CRUELTY OR NEGLECT. EVERY TIP, CALL AND EMAIL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN PROTECTING

ANIMALS AND KEEPING THEM SAFE.

OHS Humane Special Agents are in the field six days a week, however only a

fraction of cases result in a criminal citation. Most of the time, Agents provide

education and resources to guide pet owners toward meeting their pet’s needs

and improving the animal’s quality of life.

The New Road Ahead expansion includes an Animal Crimes Forensic Center which

will expand OHS’ ability to analyze evidence and assist with cases around the

state, saving more and more animal lives every day.

HOLLIE’S STORY

Holly was rescued in Southern Oregon, severely emaciated and missing most

of her hair. An unusual injury on the side of her face added to the mystery of

Hollie’s past.

Hollie was transferred to OHS and an investigation was opened. Meanwhile, the

medical team went to work with a careful refeeding plan to help her gain weight.

Day by day, she got stronger, and her hair began to grow back.

Hollie was eventually healthy enough to be discharged from the hospital and

continue her rehabilitation in an experienced OHS foster home. She spent six

weeks learning to be a dog – playing with toys, going for walks, and romping

around with other dogs. Perhaps for the first time in her life, she was happy.

An OHS staff member formed a special connection with Hollie and decided to

adopt her. Hollie continues to thrive in her new home.

RESCUING NEGLECTED HORSES

In February 2021, at the request of the Yamhill County Sheriff, the OHS Humane

Law Enforcement team assisted with a case involving 48 horses and seven cats

suspected to be suffering from severe neglect.

The horses were transported to Sound Equine Options, a local nonprofit and OHS’

equine rescue partner. Seven cats were brought to OHS and received a forensic

exam to determine the extent

of their neglect. OHS helped them find loving homes as soon as possible.

The defendant in the case is awaiting trial.

GREMLIN - AFTER

ANNUAL REPORT

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8,514

Surgeries performed in

the Holman Medical

Center at OHS

3,666

Spay/neuter surgeries for

owned pets through the

Spay & Save program

102

OSU veterinary students

who completed a three-week

rotation at OHS, including

online learning

1,461

Cases investigated by OHS

Humane Law Enforcement

Special Agents

3,012

Calls and emails reporting

suspected animal neglect

or abuse

6,917

Animals helped by OHS

Humane Law Enforcement

267

ANNUAL REPORT

Forensic exams performed

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OHS staff member SHELBY

HOLLENBECK on deployment in

September 2021

LOLA

READY TO RESPOND

Oregon Humane Society has a long history of disaster response dating back to the

Vanport floods in 1948 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. This expertise allowed OHS to

mobilize quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic while continuing to respond to

natural disasters at home and across the country.

In 2021, OHSTAR welcomed new members who brought specialized skills. This

helped the team quickly respond to some difficult rescues. Hurricane Ida hit the

Southeast as the Delta variant of COVID-19 was surging around the country. This

made mobilizing responders challenging, but staff and volunteers stepped up

to help.

HURRICANE IDA RESPONSE

Three teams deployed to assist with Hurricane Ida response. The first team was

deployed to Knoxville, Tennessee at the request of the ASPCA to care for dogs who

were moved from an animal shelter in Jefferson Parish, near New Orleans.

The second team was called to help at another emergency shelter set up closer

to the storm’s impact zone in Louisiana. This effort was led by American Humane

Society with involvement from Atlanta Humane Society and daily animal care managed

by the ASPCA.

The final team to deploy to Louisiana to help with Hurricane Ida recovery worked

at three different shelters. Even though their work was geographically spread out,

sometimes requiring 3-4 hours of driving each day, it never impeded on the care

and attention they provided to each animal.

LOUISIANA SHELTER PETS ARRIVE IN PORTLAND

In October, OHS’ Second Chance program welcomed shelter pets from Louisiana

thanks to a transport funded by the BISSELL Pet Foundation. The group included

eight-year-old Lola who was found as a stray after Hurricane Ida.

OHSTAR RESCUES INJURED DOG

When Eric and his beloved dog, and OHS alum, Aspen went out for a backpacking

trip on Silver Star Mountain, he was confident it would be like any other trip.

The pair had logged many miles together, and Eric had plenty of supplies for Aspen.

He never anticipated what happened next.

As Eric was setting up camp seven miles from the trailhead, he noticed that Aspen

was suffering from wounds to her paws caused by sharp rocks on the trail.

He tried to bandage Aspen’s paws, but it was too painful for her to walk.

Concerned about Aspen’s injuries, Eric began to head back to the trailhead and

carried her for miles before calling for help. The OHS Technical Animal Rescue Team

(OHSTAR) mobilized quickly and hiked into this remote spot. They were able to carry

Aspen to safety using special equipment.

MOVING FORWARD

Volunteers played an essential role caring for animals in 2021 – their dedication

during the second year of the pandemic has been extraordinary. New volunteer

orientation has been paused since March 2020, but the existing volunteer corps

committed to extra shifts, learned new skills, and adapted to the changing needs

of the animals and the staff.

It was a year of moving forward for OHS youth programs. After more than a year

of virtual volunteering and programming, youth volunteers returned to the shelter

and school visits resumed.

VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP

Summer camp is one of OHS’ most popular youth programs. Camp was held

online in 2021 which allowed young people from as far away as Massachusetts

to attend. Four three-day sessions were held for a variety of age groups and

included an up-close look at what work at OHS is like through virtual tours of the

shelter, hospital, dog walking path and an inside look at shelter operations. There

were interactive discussions with OHS trainers on animal behavior. OHS staff led

campers through a variety of craft projects and activities to makes treats and

toys for pets.

More than 170 young people participated and feedback from campers and parents

was positive.

YOUTH VOLUNTEERING AND AFTER-SCHOOL CLUBS

After more than a year of virtual programs, on-site youth activities returned to

OHS in August 2021. Volunteers, ages 12-17, were excited to return to working

hands-on with the shelter animals and assisting staff with special of projects.

Youth Volunteers share a special bond, and it was great to see their friendships

rekindle when they were able to gather in person again.

OHS hosted after-school clubs which gave youth the chance to come together to

learn about kindness and compassion, participate in arts and crafts and interact

with shelter animals. Special guest speakers included OHS Veterinary Social

Worker Kelly Bremken, Animal Care Technician Jenny Rapinchuk, and Chief Medical

Officer, Dr. Stephen Kochis.

HUMANE EDUCATION RETURNS TO THE CLASSROOM

As schools opened in the fall, OHS was able to return to classrooms with beloved

Education Pets to provide presentations and experiences for school-aged

students and their teachers. Teachers felt that OHS curriculum based around

the healing power of pets, and kindness and compassion was greatly needed as

students returned to in-person learning.

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103

Staff and volunteers

certified in Emergency

Animal Sheltering (EAS)

33

Members of the OHS

Technical Animal Rescue

Team (OHSTAR)

305

Calls / technical requests to

OHSTAR

208,543

Hours of volunteer time given to OHS

1,543

Number of volunteers who

gave their time to OHS

422

Youth and volunteers reached

through Humane Education

Virtual programs

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FINANCIALS

2021 Expenses

Animal Care & Adoptions 34% $6,412,523

Medical Services 17% $3,217,230

Fundraising* 14% $2,609,952

Community Outreach 11% $3,217,230

Administration 11% $2,066,764

Investigations & Rescue 5% $857,543

Training & Behavior 4% $893,159

Volunteer 2% $389,489

Humane Education 1% $214,170

ASAP/Spay & Save 1% $167,105

TOTAL EXPENSES

$18,924,677

Adoptions

• Total adoptions – 6,466

• Dogs adopted – 1,888

• Cats adopted – 3,894

• Small animals adopted – 684

Incoming Pets

• Total incoming pets – 6,803

Second Change Program –

Interagency Transfers

• Number of partner agencies – 60

• Animals transferred in – 3,753

OHS Animal Medical

Learning Center

• Total surgeries – 8,514

• Spay/neuter surgeries for owned

pets through the Spay & Save

program – 3,666

Foster Care

• Number of animals fostered – 1,878

Humane Law Enforcement

• Animals helped – 6,917

2021 Revenue

Donations & Fundraising 48% $8,869,817

Bequests & Planned Gifts 33% $6,161,100

Volunteering

• Volunteer hours given to

OHS – 208,453

Humane Education

• Adults reached – 36,688

• Young people reached – 12,907

Program Revenue 19% $3,430,570

TOTAL REVENUE

$18,461,487*

Investments $6,406,382

Capital Projects (net) $1,379,540

Net Assets at 12/31/20** $90,567,240

Increase in Net Assets in 2021*** $7,322,731

Net Assets at 12/31/21 $97,889,971

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*Excluding New Road Ahead.

**Final, audited figure for 2020

***Includes capital campaign and investment earnings

and unrealized gains

These are preliminary figures pending an independent audit of fiscal year 2021.

Detailed financial statements are available at www.oregonhumane.org.

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Planning Our Future 2022-2027

Oregon Humane Society is entering a time of tremendous growth, change and opportunity.

THE NEW ROAD AHEAD PROJECT WILL ALLOW OHS TO TACKLE SOME OF THE MOST PRESSING ISSUES IN ANIMAL WELFARE.

THE MERGING OF WILLAMETTE HUMANE SOCIETY INTO OHS IN JULY 2022 PROVIDES NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE PETS

AND PET OWNERS IN THE MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY AND EXPAND OHS’ INFLUENCE IN THE CAPITOL.

The strategic objectives provide guidance on how OHS will continue to pursue the mission and improve the

lives of pets and their people. The five-year strategic plan is the culmination of an organization-wide effort

to identify priorities, refine our focus and stay true to our mission.

Strategic Objective #1

Establish Oregon as the safest place in the

United States for companion animals.

In the last 10 years, huge strides have been made in

legislation that protects animals, but many unintended

loopholes and shortcomings remain. OHS

will continue to advocate for updates and

refinement to animal welfare laws.

Ensuring that Oregon is the safest place for

companion animals also means creating effective

strategies to provide resources and services to pet

owners. This includes pet food, housing, supplies,

and medication.

Strategic Objective #2

Ensure animals are protected from cruelty

through education and by holding those

responsible accountable.

Through public awareness and outreach efforts

with government and social service agencies,

animal suffering in its many forms can be more

deeply addressed. When an animal is the victim of

neglect or abuse, the solution can be as simple as

access to services, or as complex as a multi-agency

response resulting in criminal charges.

Criminal cases involving animals can be particularly

challenging to prosecute. The new Animal Crimes

Forensic Center, opening in late 2022, will ensure

that the strongest evidence is used to hold

abusers accountable.

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FOLLOWING TWO YEARS OF THOROUGH ANALYSIS,

DISCUSSIONS AMONG EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP,

AND APPROVAL BY BOTH BOARDS, WHS WILL

MERGE INTO OHS EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2022. THE

INTEGRATION OF THE TWO ORGANIZATIONS WILL

BE AN 18–24-MONTH PROCESS.

The combined organization will operate under the

Oregon Humane Society name with two campuses,

Portland and Salem.Both organizations have a long

history of serving the pets and people of Oregon -

more than 200 years combined.

Sharon Harmon will continue to be the

President and CEO of the Oregon Humane

Society and two of WHS’ current board

members will join the existing OHS board.

BJ Andersen, WHS Executive Director, will help

guide the transition.

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Strategic Objective #3

Provide accessible, quality veterinary care so

that more pets can stay with their families.

OHS’ Community Teaching Hospital will provide

subsidized veterinary care so that cost isn’t a barrier

to getting a pet the treatment they need. No one

should have to make the heartbreaking decision to

give up their pet because of the cost of care.

Strategic Objective #4

Continue to build a sustainable and fiscally

responsible organization.

OHS has been able to serve the community for more

than 150 years thanks to the support of donors. The

goal of being financially responsible will continue

with a focus on resilience and innovation.

WHS and OHS have partnered as the leaders in

animal welfare in Oregon for many years. This

collaboration has taken place through transfer

partnership, animal neglect cases, crisis response,

veterinary care, legislative efforts and an unrelenting

passion to do more for pets and pet-loving

people in the community.

“The alignment of our missions and the work that

we have already done together sets us up

perfectly for this next step as WHS becomes part

of OHS,” says Andersen. This model is an emerging

best practice in animalwelfare that is being implemented

by several prominent organizations around

the country including San Diego Humane Society,

Wisconsin Humane Society, the Humane Rescue

Alliance, and the Washington Humane Society.

More information and an FAQ at:

oregonhumane.org/WHSupdate

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PAYING IT FORWARD AND FINDING LOVE

How a Tribute Gift helped heal a broken heart and lead to a new furry best friend.

NANCY SULLIVAN WASN’T LOOKING FOR LOVE BUT FOUND IT

TWICE RECENTLY AT OHS. LONGTIME OHS SUPPORTER AND

ADOPTER, NANCY WOULD VISIT THE OHS ADOPTABLE DOGS

WEBPAGE IN EARLY 2020 JUST TO SEE THE FURRY FACES AT

THE SHELTER.

But then she saw Belle. A ten-year-old tri-colored fox

terrier, Belle had been at OHS looking for a family for

four months. After arriving at OHS in January 2020, she

received essential medical care and an advanced dental

procedure so she could be comfortable and healthy

while she waited for her new home.

When Nancy saw Belle’s

photo online, Belle was

looking dapper in with

a vibrant, floral scarf

wrapped around her neck.

Lacking confidence around

both dogs and people,

Belle would have to go

to a home without other

pets and with owners

committed to helping her

feel safe and comfortable.

Even though she was a bit

standoffish and had difficulty

interacting with people,

there was something

about her that appealed

to Nancy. And in May 2020,

Belle found her new home

with Nancy.

Over the next several

months, Belle and Nancy enjoyed each other’s company.

They took walks together and made trips to Belle’s

favorite place, Pets on Broadway.

After a year of togetherness, Nancy experienced the

heartbreak that faces many pet owners. She had to say

goodbye to her beloved Belle.

“I loved that dog. There was something about her that

drew me near her and made me love her.”

Nancy decided to turn that sadness into an

inspirational way to help other pets in need and made

a generous donation to OHS through the Tribute Kennel

Dedication program.

Through the OHS Tribute Kennel Dedication program,

kennels at the shelter can be temporarily dedicated in

memory or honor of a loved one, be it pet or people.

With a donation of $500 or more, a personalized

dedication card is placed on available dog, cat and

small animal kennels at

OHS for three months to

a year.

Sherlock enjoying his new life in Nancy’s home.

In September, Nancy asked

to see Belle’s dedicated

kennel in person. The shelter

had been closed to the

public, but she was able to

come into the shelter and

visit the small dog kennel

in the back of OHS’s Green

Pod. Little did Nancy know

that the kennel had just

been newly occupied by a

small, senior fellow.

Sherlock; a ten-year-old

pug had arrived from

Klamath Falls Animal

Shelter just days before.

Sherlock needed an extensive

dental procedure and

was transported to OHS to receive this medical care.

After surgery, he recovered in the kennel dedicated

to Belle. Even through a pain medication fog, Sherlock

looked beyond his kennel and made lovey eyes at

Nancy. Here was another senior dog in need of a home

residing in Belle’s dedicated kennel. Nancy took it as a

sign and Sherlock found himself a new family.

OHS appreciates everyone who generously donated their car,

motorcycle or boat to help the animals through OHS’ Autos

for Animals program.

Last year, nearly 700 vehicles were donated to support OHS’

lifesaving programs and services.

Vehicle donations raised enough to do all the following:

• Feed 600 dogs, cats and small animals for a full year.

• Provide complete care to 500 pets during their stay at OHS.

This includes food, shelter, medical treatment, spay/neuter

surgery and other individual needs.

• Fund the entire Second Chance program for a year. In 2021,

the Second Chance program transported 3,753 shelter pets

from overcrowded shelters and brought them to OHS to

be adopted.

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Honor a special person or beloved pet with a Tribute Kennel Dedication. Sponsorships

starts at $500 for three months. Visit oregonhumane.org/donate or call (503) 802-6766.

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THOMAS LAMB ELIOT CIRCLE

We are honored to recognize our Thomas

Lamb Eliot Circle (TLC) donors for their

generous support of our ongoing

operations in 2021.

In 1868, Thomas Lamb Eliot and 12 leading

Oregonians founded the fourth

humane society in the United States.

“Must do something for horses here,”

Dr. Eliot responded after witnessing a

much-abused carriage horse mired in

the mud of a Portland street.

This tradition of pioneering spirit, compassion,

and dedication continues at

OHS today through the leadership of the

Thomas Lamb Eliot Circle donors. TLC

donors contribute $1,000 or more annually

to support daily operations and help

OHS improve the lives of animals in our

community. TLC donors receive recognition

in our annual report, and a special

look inside OHS through behind-thescenes

tours, a quarterly e-newsletter,

and invitations to exclusive

TLC events.

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OHS gratefully acknowledges the

following donors for their generous

gifts to support our ongoing

operations in 2021. We treasure all

contributions great and small and

wish there were enough space to list

our additional supporters by name.

To give a gift, please call us at

(503) 802-6793 or visit us online at

www.oregonhumane.org.

TLC

Members

$100,000+

John M. Barry & Toni Eigner-Barry

Don Marshall in memory of

Michael Marx

The Rachael Ray Foundation

$25,000-$99,999

AmazonSmile Foundation

Lynn Davis & Alan Mitchell

The Willard L. &

Ruth P. Eccles Foundation

Jen Fasold & Dan Zielke

Arleen Fried

Steven L. & Jacquelyn H. Gish

In Memory of Melvin &

Marjorie Hurd

Gordon H. & Katherine Keane

Mildred Lusin

R. W. & Patricia Peterson

Tracey Richard & Bruce Davis

Marcy Tonkin

OCF Joseph E. Weston

Public Foundation

$10,000-$24,999

Anonymous (5)

Audrey Buckingham Albaugh

Lore Aloro

Courtney & David Angeli

Laura Ayers & Chiane Binford

Dean L. Baker Fund of Oregon

Community Foundation

Paula & William Ball

Banfield Foundation

Bear Gulch Foundation

Richard Becker

Fred K. & Lucinda L. Bigeh

Bill Block Foundation

Sydney T. & Sherida Brown

Katheryn Carnahan

Holly Olson Coit in memory of

William E. Coit

Jess M. Dishman

Dr. Richard Drake Family

Bob & Georgina Dubay

Mark & Lisa Erdmann

David Grau Sr. & Penny Grau

Jake Janovetz & Amy

Vandenbroucke

Steven & Kathryn Johnson

JYN Foundation

Dyanne McDonnell

James & Kristine Merritt

Larry & Marilyn Miller

Linda Milleson

Virginia Montag

Bud R. & Wynema N. Moore Fund of

The Oregon Community Foundation

Anne Nelson-Debord & Ray Debord*

Karen O’Kasey & Richard Kuhn

Gloria Patton

Eric & Rae Piesner

Julie Postel

Nancy Preece

Frank D. & Nancy P. Riebe

Judith Ritt & Ronda Ellis

Angela Roach

Lynette Sahnow & Jeffrey Jones

Sharon Scharen in memory of Bruce

A. Scharen & Sophie

Shannon Family Charitable

Foundation

Sandra Suttie

Thomas & Kimberly Switzer

in memory of Moonshine

Lee H. & Marion B. Thompson

Foundation

Dudley & Marie Wade

Memorial Fund

Mary Weller

Wrather Family Foundation

Judith Wyss

Wyss Foundation

Dennis Yost

Marie & David Young

$5,000-$9,999

Anonymous (5)

Thomas & Joan Almy

Virginia Alvis

Roger & Lisa Anthony

Charles Aubin

Brian August & Dana Katz

Berinstein Family Charity Fund

at Schwab Charitable

BetsWest Foundation

Patricia Boyden

D.R. Boynton on behalf of beloved

Maggie & our furever furr family

Wayne Bridges: Carol Hilborn

Bridges Fund

Suzanne Brooks in honor of Bear

Fox Butterfield & Elizabeth Mehren

John & Lou Chapman

Carol A. Christensen

Cornuelle Family Foundation

Dolly Blanda & Pat Costa

Teresa Cowles

Scott & Karen Crawford

Barbara & Robert Crooke

On behalf of Minxie &

Friends Forever

Dennis Digman

Karla Drewsen

Tom Eastlund

Rhandi Edwards & Thomas Larkin

Reg & Linda Eklund

Everett Hill Fund of The Oregon

Community Foundation

Richard Goldsmith

Geraldine K. & Lynn Bash Griffith

Debbie Hagan

Howard B. Hecht

Sherry Heying

Frank & Kathy Hillman

William M. & Olivia L. Holt

Richard Humphrey

Lyla Husband

Lance & Tiffany Inouye

Marianne Steflik Irish Fund of The

Oregon Community

Foundation

Amy & Lawrence

Johnson

Ruth & George

Johnson

Jane Kreider

Sondra Lacy

Lellah Jeannine

Lawrence

John & Louise Leis

Patricia Lloyd Fund

Lynn & Jack Loacker

The MacWilliams

Family

Sharon McCormick

Mary Jane McGary

Annie Miller

Sydney Miller

Michael &

Jessie Moran

Mr. Howard W. MorganIII

Jane A. & Terry

Morrison

Ben Ngan & Julia

Wong-Ngan

Pets for the

Elderly Foundation

Marcia Petty &

Walter Gorman

The Renaissance

Foundation:

Stephanie Fowler &

Irving J. Levin

Johann Rode

Russ Rosner

Roth Charitable

Foundation

Rebecca Rowe

Louise &

Raymond Rowntree

Robin Ruscigno

John E. Ryan

Frank & Karen

Sampson in honor of

Gidget & Teddy

John Sarr &

Paul DuCommun

Julie Saugstad &

Michael Roberts

Guy Snyder & Alice

Wood-Snyder

So Hum Foundation

Ruth Sorensen

Prudence M. Stavig in

honor of Wheels

Marilyn Stewart-Frank

Henry J. &

Louise Stukey

Hongyon Suauthai

Virginia Swaren

The Swigert-

Warren Foundation

Joan & Don Terry

Liz Tilbury

Nancy Tonkin-Zoucha

Michael Van Note

Elaine Wilderman

Monty Wirth

Mary T. Kelly-Wolfe &

Patrick A. Wolfe

Barbara Coit

Yeager: Coit Family

Foundation

$2,500-$4,999

Anonymous (5)

Donna & Daniel

Aguirre*

Marc Aigner

Jeanne I. Arbow

Dennis Atkin

Mary Jo Ball

Douglas Bean

Laurel A. &

Guy R. Bernard

W illiam &

Laura Berner

Lawrence &

Susan Black

Stephen Bloom

Donald Braden

Harry & Ingrid Brown*

Patricia Bruggere

Amelia Bunch

Melinda &

Wayne Butterfield

Nancy R. Carpenter

Nancy E. Chase

Katharine Coan

Joanne Collins

Nancy Congdon

Janet Conway

Bruce &

Dianne Copper

Doug &

Cheryl Cormany

William Coutts

Anne Cowper

Carol Cox

Matthew Crook

Rober t &

Michael Cummings

Jacqueline Damm &

John Groener

Rob & Mollie Davidson

Candice Davis

John De Simini

Donna & Steve Deacon

Wolfgang Dempke

Barbara &

Walter Dickie

Hillary Dixon

Jan Douglas

Gerard K. &

Sandra H. Drummond

Donna Eddington

Christa-Maria Engle

Connie &

Frederick Erickson

David Erickson

Susan Fernald

Chris & Michael Feves

Leslie Fontaine

Dave Ford

Stanton &

Colleen Freidberg

Kari Friedewald

Bonnie J. Fry

Karen & Howard

Gandler, M.D.

Kathryn Gauntner

Caroline & Richard

Godderz

Sara Goodwin &

Dave Johnson in

honor of Jazzy

Cat & Rileyburg

Thumpertink

Susan & Eric Graf

Mary Ann Graham in

loving memory of

Hazel

Angela &

Thomas Griglock

Marc & Pam Grignon

Robert M. &

Joyce B. Grossman

Hardy Gruen in

memory of Inge

Gruen

Patrick Hager

Robert P. Hale

Jean & Tom Haley

Martha A. &

William J. Hall

Michael &

Renee Hanks

Sharon Harmon &

Gary Kish

Gary & Janie Hibler

Joanne Hodgdon

Ronnie Hoffman

Patricia D. Hogan &

Bud Donald*

Stephen &

Leslie Holcomb

John R. &

Gloria J. Holter

John &

Laurene Howell

Jill & Tim Hurtley

James K. & Nancy N.

Iwasaki Family Trust

in memory of Duke,

Nikki & Jake

Deborah Jacques

Susan & Ernest Jenks

Johnson Family

Foundation

Melissa Johnson

Marion Jones

Sunita & Mark Kenner

Laura & Joseph Klink

Jim Kosta

Bette Kruger

Karen D. Landis

Stuar t &

Barbara Larson

Dr. Hubert A. Leonard

Gloriene Lesmeister

Dr. Robert Mack & Dr.

Barb Crabbe

Sanghamitra Mandal &

Vidit Agrawal

Craig & Fran

Mansfield

Eugene & Lar Matson

Tokio Pat & Florence

K. Matsushita

Endowment Fund

of The Oregon

Community

Foundation

Stefan Matthaeus &

Edward Reilly

Amber Milavec

J. Michael Miller

Jennifer Miller &

Charles Lockwood

Deb Morgan

Anna & Martin Morris

Scott & Shifter

Muramatsu in

memory of Wynton

Lisa Nelson

Stephanie Noble

Betty Norrie

Jaime O’Dell &

Thor Mitchell

The Oswald &

Mitchell Family

Patricia Pancoast &

Peter Roessler

René & Don Pizzo

Stephen Poole

Sherrill & Paul Puziss

Janet A. Ramsdell

Janet Rankin

Marveita Redding &

David Stafford

Kim & Betsy Redifer

Nicole Rennalls

Patricia Renwick

Maria Rose

Lloyd & Rosemarie

Rosenfeld Fund of

the Oregon Jewish

Community

Foundation

Erich and Hannah

Sachs Foundation

Salesforce Foundation

Carol E. Samuels &

David B. Taylor

Gift Fund

April Sanderson

Carol & Lewis

Seagraves

C. Glenn & Karen

Shirley

Ellena & Rafael

Silva, M.D.

Mary K. Slayton

Kathr yn &

William Smith

Laura & Steven Smith

Levi Smith

Patricia J. Smith in

memor y of

Betsy Smith

SN Charitable

Foundation

Sandra Somers

& Christopher

Mongrain

Particia Stenaros

Kenneth &

Pamela Still

Sonja Straub

David Stutz

Robert Sweeney, Jr.

Family

Carmen Swigart

Miracle Swigart

Charles &

Darci Swindells

Patricia Tarzian

Thurman Family

Charitable Trust

Kevin Vernier

VMware Foundation

George & Carolyn Vogt

in honor of Missy

Lawrence &

Dorie Vollum

Hubert &

Frances Walker

Charitable Fund

Lynda L. Walker

Constance C.

Weatherman-Crass

Matthew West

Eric Whittier

Doug Winter &

Irma Kane

$1,000-$2,499

Anonymous (17)

Keith &

Christine Abernathy

John Adler

Ron & Cathy Airing

Margit Albrecht &

Douglas Barrett

David Alexander

Michael &

Sharon Alexander

Diane Allen &

Nathan Keith

William Allred

Heinz B. &

Doris Amatter

Jamie Ambrosini

Eldon &

Sharon Andersen

Anna Anderson &

Norman Cohen

Brent W. Anderson &

Kathleen I. Birchfield

David Anderson &

Patty Dost

Judy Anderson

Linda Anderson

Michael C. &

Jamie Anderson

Patricia &

James Anderson

Scott Anderson

Helen Andrews

Jo Anne Czuba

Melissa Arnzen Dugan

Arlene Ashcraft

Theresa J. Auld

Bethany Bacci

Jerre Ann &

Richard Bader

Fred & Amy Bailey

Donna Bangle

Carole Barkley &

David Loftus

Judith &

Frederick Barnes

Patricia A. Barnes

Lynne & David Barra

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Scott & Julie

Barton-Smith

Debra L. Bauer

Barbara Baugnon &

Kenneth W. Smith

Carl & Janet Bean

Jane & Missy Bechen

Jefferson &

Kara Beeler

Jordan Bellaire &

Nathan Whitham

Margaret Beltrami

Jami Beltz-Patrick

Antoinette Benfit

Barr y &

Jacqueline Bennett

Michael &

Marsha Bercutt

David & Pat Berkeley

Jeffrey Berks &

Michel Gillespie

Bruce Berning &

Marcia Darm

In memory of Gloria

G. Berwick

Robin & Gary Best

Kendra & Tom Biller

Alan Bishop

Sarah Bishop

Harvey Black

Melissa Black

Jerry Blackburn

Lora & Jeff Blackburn

Adriane T. & Samuel

S. Blackman

Family Fund of The

Oregon Community

Foundation

Steven Blackmore

The Blair

Family Foundation

Elizabeth Blair

Kirsten Blair

Marilynne Blakely

Michael Blankenship

Marcia Blasen &

Mario Brusasco

Jill Blount

Brittney Blume &

Nicholas Wood

Carol Boehm

Joan Bolen

Edward Bonilla &

Brian Hennes

Elizabeth Booher

Clarisa Borrego

Christ &

Barbara Bouneff

Amy & Charles Boyle

Sue & Bob Boyle

Jane Braaten &

Steven Minnick

V.M. Brasseur

Lore Brautigam

John, Lily &

Sarah Brehmer

Marge &

Stephen Brenneke

William & Sheryl Brice

Aaron Brindell

Steven & Nancy

Brockschink

Jann O. Brown

Jeanne &

Lorren Brown

Lori Brown &

Melissa Lehman

Sherri & Ernie Brown

Jillian Bruce

Patricia Bruce

Susan Volek &

Bruce Hasley

Ann Brumbaugh

Katherine Brumbaugh

Rhonda L. Buckner

Michael Budwig

Carolyn Bunker

Danna Burch

Virginia Burgess

John Burkhart

LeslieAnn Butler &

Ron Cox

Chelsea Caldwell

Emily Campbell

Faye & Gerald Canape

Clyde L. &

Phyllis Cansler

Gary Cantwell

Ladislav &

Alena Capek

Gayle & Scott Carda

Lucas Carlson &

Yoscelina Renteria

Randall &

Barbara Carlson

Dr. Heather Carpenter

Christine Casebeer

Alexis Cauble

James M. Cech

Ira Chapman

Robert & Lun Chau

David McClure &

Cheryl Maslen

Cheryl &

Steven Childress

Benjamin Chu-Kung

Dan Cicerich

Mike & Tracey Clark

Silvia Clever

Rob Closs, Debra

Somers-Closs &

Kasey Closs

William Cobb

Claudia & Phillip Cohn

Twila Coleman

Kaye Condon in

memory of John

Condon

Evaughn Cook

Jerome &

Sherry Cooper

Ilana Corson

Elizabeth Costa

Susan Couveau &

Joel Clark

Julie A. Cowan

Dianna & Scott

Crawford

John E. & Julie A.

Crawford Charitable

Gift Trust

Melanie Crawford

Leslie Crosby &

Craig Anderson

Jerrica Culhane

Lee Dachtler

Robin &

James Dancey*

Kathryn D’Angelo

Betty Daniels

Rober t &

Patricia Dant

Bonnie J. &

Douglas K. David

Carrie Davis

Christine & Eric Davis

Marian Davis

Shelly Davis

Sher yl &

Doug Dawson

Constance De Haan &

Steve Sangster

K. Dean & D. Farrell

Jennifer &

Paul DeBruler

Terri De Ment

Arlene F. Derr

Karl Detweiler

Joel Dietzman

Lyn Dobrunick

Diana Dolstra

Michael Doss

William Doubleday

Barbara Duerden

Andrea Dufresne

Marie &

Thomas Duncan

Deborah & Pat Dutrow

Kathy Eaton

Kara & Todd Eck

Richard & Dorothy

Egan in memor y

of Lou

Dana Eggerts

Bill Ellis

Carol Ellis

Fay Harrison & R.

Scott Enochs

John Epifanio &

Jean Flemma

Barbara Erickson

Kathryn Estey

Mark Evans &

Keely Koenig

Erica Fanning-Lewis

Molly Farkas

Candice Fay

Feathers Family

Foundation

Jeffrey Feiffer &

John Briggs

Autumn Feister &

Theodore Stipe

Drs Marc &

Susan Feldesman

Brittany Ferguson

Patricia Berl Ferrell

Charitable Account

Bernard T. & Marsha

J. Fisher

Dennis & Sandy Fitch

Charles & Angela

Fleckenstein

Mary Fling

Renee Flint

James A. Flynn

Mike Flynn

Joseph Focer

Noah Fontes

Margaret Fortsch

Lori & Bernie Fox

Kelly Francis

Peggy & Robert

Fujimoto

Yoko Fukuta

Max Fuller in memor y

of Palomita &

Gemmie

Natalie Fuller

The Fuzz Fund

Dona Gaertner &

Sherry Adams

John & MaryJo Galick

Douglas &

Lynn Gallinat

Zanley & Claire Galton

Kai Galyen

Michael Gamroth

Marissa Garbar

Diana & Gary Garr

Annikka Geary

Rober t &

Carolyn Gelpke

Justin & Brett

Giammona

Hengemeh &

Bruce Gibbins

Kathryn Gibbs

Richard & Cara Gielow

Michelle E. Giguere

Bryan Johanson &

Victoria Gilbert

Johnny Gilleland

Joyce Gillespie

L ance &

Karen Gilmore

Susan Gilpin

Stephen Glenn

Ellie Godfrey &

Vicki Reid

Heidi Goetz, M.D.

Neil & Diana

Goldschmidt

Barbara E. &

Bruce D. Goldson

Jeff Goocher &

Kathleen McNally

Jeanne Goodrich

Johnathan J. Goodwin

Grace & Co.

Arthur & Diana

Graham in memor y

of Adventure

Carolyn Graham

John Graham & Kristin

Nelson Graham

John & Judith Gram

Lewis Granofsky &

Mindy McCreery

Carol & Kevin Grant

Deborah &

Michael Grant

Jane Grecco

Stella Green

Marc K. Greenfield in

memory of Carlitos

Michael Greenstreet

Leora Gregory

Holly

Cathlene Grennan

Rebecca Griffith

Robert Grummel

Paul Gunderson

Michael Gustafson

John E. Gustavsson,

M.D. & Stuart Weitz

Siri Gypmantasiri

Hope Hadley

Heather Hall

Kathleen &

Forrest Hall

Amy Hammond &

Bob Eckland

Marsha &

Stephen Hammond

Dave & Julie Hannan

in memory of Mazie

Dave & Mary Hansen

Marion Hansen

Steve & Cindy Harder

Clyde &

Sherry Harmon

Kathy & Dan Harmon

Laurie Harmon

Sandra Harrington &

Frankie Sanderson

Jeanne E. &

Michael S. Harrison

Christine Hauptmann

Kathleen Havens

Travis &

Katherine Haynes

Pamela & Kirk Hays

Donna & Larry Hazel

in memory of

Benny Hazel

Airick Heater

Ann Heath &

David Theisen

Janice Heber

Susan M. Hedges

William Hedlund &

Jennie Logsdon-

Martin

Mary M. Heinricher &

Donald L. Hoffman

Tyler Hendershot

Diane Hendricks

Ruth Hendricks

Arlene & James Henry

Carmen Henry

Bart Henson

Cooper Herr

Marcia & Scott Hicks

Dr. Bill E. &

Susan J. Hill

Pat Hilsinger

Edna Hobbs

Natalie &

Brett Hocken

Lawrence K. Hogan &

Tauma Pillette

James &

Valinda Hokinson

Sherry Holley &

Al Didier

Diane Hollstein

Andy & Yumiko Hooper

Lynne Hooper

Marilyn Hopkins

Suzanne Hopkins

Marlowe Hopper

Robert Horn

Laura M. Hornibrook

Robin Horowitz

Roger Hull

Tonya & Boyd Humbert

Lisa Hunt

Richard &

Sunny Hunteman

Andrew Hunter

Nancy Hurley

William Hurst

Dawn Huston

Kim Hutchinson

Rebecca Hutfilz

Dr. Laura Ibsen

Christine &

Y. Martin Igarashi

W illiam &

Joni Isaacson

Yvonne M. Iverson

O. Scott Jackson

Janis Jacobs

Jake Jaffe

Mark Jamieson &

Harold Lowe

Julia Jans

Angela & James Jason

Beth R. Jenkins

Jennifer and Peter

Fisher Foundation

Deena Jensen

Peter &

Danielle Jensen

David Jimerson

Jonathan Jochimsen

Carolyn Wooden-

Johnson &

J. Michael Johnson

Helen & Paul Johnson

Kathr yn &

Paul Johnson

Randee Wright-

Johnson &

Chris Johnson

Rodney &

Pamela Johnson

The Samuel S.

Johnson Foundation

Nelson &

Lisa Johnston

Suzanne Johnstone

Chris & Ronald Jones

Stuar t &

Janet L. Jones

Jo Jordan

Shawn Jurgensen

Chris &

Elizabeth Karlin

The Kassel

Family Fund

Hari & Anju Kataruka

Janice Kato

Stuart & Connie

Keebaugh

Matthew Kehoe

Denise Kelley

The Carol Kennell

Fund of the Eton

Lane Foundation

Delora & Gregg

Kerber in memory of

Marguerite C. Irwin

David & Kelly Keys

David &

Catherine Kiersey

Erik Kilgore

In memory of Jane

Kilkenny

Anne Kimberly

Kristina &

Russell E. Kinyon

Fred & Beth Kirsch

Rachel Klein &

Jayme Hauck

Rosemary Klein

Walt & Patty Knapp

Lisa &

Carl Knodle-Bragiel

Barbara &

Gregory Knopp

Helen F. Knutson

Wendy & Karl Koch

Murray Koodish

Patricia Korshoj

Blaine Kozak

Ruth & Tim Kramer

Michelle &

Jeffery Krieger

Sharon Kristoff &

Mark Beard

Eric Krone &

Colleen Shaw

James Kronenberg &

Sondra Gleason

Richard Krueger

Kevin Kuch

William Kwitman,

Flora Kwitman &

Monica Moriarty

Kathleen Kyle

Gail Lambert

Kathy &

Michael Landert

Jack & Susan Lane*

Kim & Gerry Langeler

Susan Larimore

David & Alice Larsen

Diane & David Larson

Kathryn Larson

Marilyn Happold-

Latham &

Dale Latham

Joei Lattz

Erica &

Chuck Lauer Vose

Sandra J. Lawson

Tricia Lee

Yuna Lee

Robert Leipper

Thomas &

Elizabeth Lemen

Carolyn K. Leonard

Jennifer Letourneau

Adam Levin, in

honor of

Chuck Nole

James Lewis

Yuanjie Li &

Yuqing Wu

Joanne Lilley

Kathryn & Jim Lillis

Leslie Lindholm

Laura Lockhoven

Rose Loe &

Larry Short

Krissy & Marc Long

Celeste Lucas

Sharlene &

Leonard Ludwig

Judith Lunki

Nico Lutz

Katie Lyons &

Mary Wheat

Anne Mabley

Cynthia Maccini

Penelope &

Michael Machinski

Donald & Susan

MacKay

Charitable Fund

Sally Mackler

Andrew & Laurel

MacMillan

Kristin & Matt

MacRostie

Christine &

Michael Maerz

Jeff & Jeanne

Maixner

James &

Carol Malnar

Michelle Manary

Lori &

David Manougian

Herman &

Andrea Marenstein

Akiko & Ken Marti

Elaine Martin

Michele Mass &

Jim Edwards

April Matthias

John May

Lisa Mayo

Carole McAdams

Todd McAllister &

Jim Browne

Lynda & Dennis

McCarthy

Nellie Ann McCarty

Don &

Melinda McCoy

Susan &

John McCracken

Judy & Louis

McCraw

Faith McCreary

Meghan McCullers

Devon McFarland

Nancie McGraw

Molly Mcgrew

Laura Mcguire

Arlene McKay

Patricia McKinnon

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Krista Mclaren

Janise &

Brian McMenamin

John Medway

Krista, Walker &

Casen Meili

Karen Memory

Elizabeth &

Warren Menche

Alena Mendoza

Naomi Merritt

Michael Metz

Renee & Aaron Meyer

John &

Kelly Middleton

Margaret &

William Middleton

Justin Miller

Randon C. Miller-

Graf f y &

James J. Graffy

Todd E. Miller & Toni

Breckon-Miller

Karen & Earl Ming

Karen &

Randy Misustin

Ken, Emily &

Marjorie Miyasako

Jenny Moede

Ali & Ruth Momeni

Melinda Montgomery

Linda L. Mooney

Nancy &

Bradley Moore

RoseAnn Moorman &

Michael Yurconic

Sandra Morey

Ann Morgan

Neil & Joyce Morgan

Jane & Scott Morrill

Billy Morris

Scott &

Caroline Morrison

Stephanie Morrison

Jeff Muceus

Karen & Ulrich Mueller

Ronald &

Bonnie Mueller

Stephen Mueller &

Debra Gillis

Carolyn Muller

Dave & Anne Munro*

Kenneth Murphy

Colleen Murray

Virginia Murray

Robin M. Murto

Bruce & Wanda Myers

Gloria Myers

Muriel Stevenson

Nagle & Robert Nagle

Merlene Nelson

Susan & Jim Nelson

John & Ginger

Niemeyer Foundation

Gail Njos &

Susan Chauvie

Susan Norwood &

Rhonda Handly

Elisa Novelli

Nwessingerk

Foundation

Karen Oatis

Penny O’Connell

Jim O’Connor & Karen

A. Demsey

Tracy O’Donnell

Amy & David Oh

Paul & Mary Oldshue

Maxine Olsen

Ines Olson

Janet Olson

L averna &

Steven Olson

Lori Olson

Lou Olson

Joy Orevik

Ann C. Otte

Maureen &

Lauren Oviatt

Karen & Kevin Oyama

Denise Pang

Rober t &

Rachel Papkin

Mrs. Jo Pappas in

memory of James T.

Pappas, MD

Wilda A. Parks

Christine Parno

Peter Parslow

Nancy & Tom Patik

Nancy &

Joseph Patrick

James &

Susan Patterson

John Payne

Jeff Perala

Debra & Jeffrey

Peretti

Jan & William Perry

Stephen &

Susan Perry

Mary Ellen Peters

Sue Ann & Dan Peters

Ron &

Juanita Petersen

Alan Peterson

Michael &

Marion Philips

Lynette Phillips

Perpetua Phillips

Cheryl Oliver Pickett

& Richard Pickett

Melinda & Carl Piluso

Theresa Pirie

Krista Pisano

Tod Pitstick

Greg Pitter

Juliana Pixner

Deborah Planert

Sher yl &

Patrick Plautz

Alecia &

Bradley Pollard

David J. Pollock

John Popplewell

Barbara Porter

David S. & Suzan

Porter in memor y

of Toci

Joan D. &

Roger L. Porter

Suzanne Prideaux

Jasper Prince

Lou Ann &

Gloria Prince

Timothy Prukop

Ashley Puls

Trevor Rachko

Kim Raglione

Bill Ramirez &

Roberta Staff

Sheryl Lee &

Charles Rastorfer

Enid Ray

Joyce Rayborn

Rebecca Reardon

Julie Reid &

Nathan Graves

Suzanne &

William Rempfer

Marjorie Reveal

Phyllis C. Reynolds

Gabi &

Scott Richardson

David &

Mary Richenstein

Megan Ricket &

Alex Dreyer

Debra & Tim Rilling

Martin Ringle &

Noelwah Netusil

Mary Ellen &

Jim Robbins

Cynthia, Michael &

Robert Combs

Karen Faunt &

Robert Dempster

Nan Robertson

John & Karen

Robinson Fund

Cheryl Robison

Elizabeth Rodgers

Jason Roellchen

Bernard Roesner

Danyel & Mike Rogers

James Rogers

Patricia A. Rojas

Lispet Roland

Abbey Rollins

Sally &

Richard Rolloff

Michael Rosa

Kathleen & Alan Rose

Diane Rosenbaum

Rosenberg Family

Fund of The

Oregon Community

Foundation

Richard & Mary

Rosenberg Fund

at The Oregon

Community

Foundation

Madison, Jay &

Annette Ross

Bobby & Terri Roush

Conrad & Gayle Rue

Leland Rutledge

Susan Ryburn &

Bettie Bowen

Marianne Sahaida

Nicole Sanchez

Barbara Salter

Kathryn Salyer Martin

Sue Sample & Al

Varnes*

Deanne Sandau

Lance Santin

Toni & Carl Sargent

Jennifer Sayles

Mary Ann Scanlon

Darcy L. Schaffer &

Kathleen S. Smith

Dick & Marsha Schalk

Joan Scherer

Jason Schmitz

Hazel & Milton Scholl

Sue & Dick Schubert

Ja Young &

Pete Schulz

Joyce & Paul Schwer

Sue Scudder

Barbara J. Seiter

Mark & Denise

Seligman

Kathleen & Eric Sena

Larry Senn

Carol Stenaros

John Sewell

Brad Shafer &

Amanda Clark

Katherine Shamey &

Bonnie Kramer

Lois & William Shatzer

Judy Shaver

Kathy Shaw

The Shaw Family

through The Douglas

& Gloria Rumberger

Foundation

Susan Sherborne &

Karen Evers

Julia & Don Sherman

The Sherwin-Williams

Foundation

Barbara Baltz-Shields

& Albert Shields*

Lynn & Daniel Shirey

Jennifer Shirley &

Bruce Hazen

Karen Shumaker

David & Xuan Sibell

Gregory Sieger

William Siggelkow

Barbara Silverman

Laurel Simon

Brenda Simpson

John & Kristen Sims

Karen Skjei

Patti S. &

Don L. Slusher

Tyler Smalley

David Smidebush

Edwin Smith

Judith Smith

Matthew Smith

Andrea Snyder

Denell R. Solberg

Richard Solomon &

Alyce Flitcraft

Val Solorzano

Dawn & Josh Sorem

Jeff & Judith Sosne

Ellnora Soule

Travis Spear

David & Lydia Specht

Joan Spratlen & Sonja

Vik in memor y

of Gracie

Steven Squire

St. Clair Family in

memory of Len Brock

Jamie D. St. Mark

Lisa Stacey

Jennifer &

Robert Stangel

Suzanne J. Stanton

Adrian Stark

Mary Starmont

Paul Steele & Lynn

Myers-Steele

Rhonda Stensrud

Karen Stenzel

Xiaoyang Liu &

Stephen Christ

Berit, Grace &

Lee Stevenson

Daniel Steves

Douglas E. & Kimberly

B. Strand

Valerie M. Strickland

Patricia Stringer &

James Logan

Ellie Sullivan

James E. Summerfield

Anne & Bill Swindells

Katherine Tacker

Bonnie & Steve Tanner

Davol Tedder

Gilah Tenenbaum

Rober t &

Abigail Tessman

Jeff Thede

Theresa Kraljev

Jordan Thigpen

Dawn Thomas

Lynette Thomas

Thomas Thomas

Jean &

Robert Thompson

Kathryn Thompson

Diane &

Alexa Thornton

Mar ta &

Kenneth Thrasher

Sara & Scott Thurman

Toni & Stanley Tidman

Beth Canton-Tiegs &

Paul Tiegs

Karen, Dan &

Tim Halloran

Jeanne Todd

Jerome Todd

Karmin Tomlinson

Christina

Tommeraasen

Chris Tracey

Catherine Trapasso

Mark & Glenda

Triebwasser

Carol Tripp

Julie Tripp in honor of

Judy Carroll & Panda

Susan J. Lair &

Douglas W. Trobough

Natalie Troxel

Joyce Trull

Misty Trulove-Boggs

Terr y &

Teruaki Tsubota

Sami Jai Tucker in

memory of Dr. Robert

L. Crooks

Merrill Maiano &

Duke Tufty

Nancy Turner

Alana Twedt

Krista A. Ulland

Martha Urman &

Perry Rikli

Eric Valkenaar

Kristine

Vallandingham

John, Debra, Dylan &

Jordan Van Allen

Lisa Vance

Halina Offner-

Vandenbark &

Arthur Vandenbark

Connie Vanderzanden

Martha VanHise

Martique Vargo

Pamela Viado

Sandra &

Richard Visse

James &

Constance Voelz

Nicole Vollum &

Melissa Sanchez

The Wagner

Family Foundation

Travis Wagoner

Kathleen Waldorf &

James Biemer

Mary J. Walker

Linda Wallace

Sarah & Andy Walter

Zandra Walton

Lori Wamsley

Madeline Warner

Ann & Charles Warren

Jennifer Watson &

Richard Birch

Jack & Heather Weast

Lawrence &

Sharon Webb

Wyatt &

Stefanie Webb

Gloriela Webster

Elizabeth Wehrli

Elena Welch

Regina Welling

Gary Welp

Linda Welton

Wentworth Fund of

Oregon Community

Foundation

Lance & Jennifer West

Philip Westergren

Marilyn Weston

John & Marilee Wetten

Gail Whitted in

memory of Cali

Matt & Michele Wier

Charitable Fund

Jeffrey Wihtol

Alison &

Matthew Wilkinson

Cathie Williams

Juliana Williams

Pamela Williams

Randy and Marte

Williams Giving

Account

Sandi Williams

Suzanne Williams

Carol & Arthur Wilson

Jean Wilson &

Mark Siegel

Steve W. &

Jane A. Wilson

Marie Windhorn

Jennifer Wiseman

Melaura Wittemyer

Barbara M. &

T. Scott Woll

Denise & Robert Yorke

Ian Young

Jacqueline Young &

Eric Freund

Marie Young

Denise Zahradnik

Greg Zarelli &

John Bush

Allison & Alan

Zimmerman

Terry Zimmerman

Mark Zornow

Anne Kraul &

John Zukin

Michael Zulauf

Patricia Zullo

We strive to recognize our donors accurately, and we apologize if an error has occurred. If your name was inadvertently omitted,

incorrectly listed, contains misspellings or other errors, please let us know by contacting Kelly Jo McCaughey at (503) 278-9110

or kellym@oregonhumane.org.

*Recently deceased

WE INVITE YOUR

PARTICIPATION!

To join the Thomas Lamb Eliot Circle, please

use the envelope provided to submit your

donation, or contact Kelly Jo McCaughey,

Leadership Giving Manager, at (503) 278-9110

or kellym@oregonhumane.org for

more information.

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BEQUESTS RECEIVED

THE OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS WHO, DURING THEIR LIFETIMES, THOUGHT-

FULLY INCLUDED OHS IN THEIR ESTATE PLANS AND FROM WHOSE ESTATE BEQUESTS WERE RECEIVED DURING 2021.

For more information about including OHS in your plan, please contact Gary Kish, Vice President of Legacy Gifts and Strategic

Initiatives at (503) 416-2988.

Iris P. Adams

Marvin M. Adams

Marylou W. Alberdt

Leona Ambrose

John & Patricia August Trust

Brenda Barton

Eckhard Bernardy

Leanore Therese Bittner

John & Ardys Braidwood

Barbara A. Brown

Doris Callahan

Dennis Canoy

James & Patricia Carlton

Linda S. Coates

JoAnne E. Conley

Kent A. Copeland

Shirley M. DeLance

Lynn Frances Drake

Christine M. Duddington

Diane Everitt

Donn & Janyce Gassaway Trust

Calvin L. Grimm

Thomas Louis Gross

Lois Grufke

Jennie Lee Harke

Lee Hotchkiss Trust

George Hull

Ronold Edward Iverson

Sharon Jenda

Rex & Betty Johnston Trust

Joanne Kaneaster

Sylivia L. Kinnari

P. Jayne Lebsack

Peter Samuel Leichtfuss

Marjorie J. Lovenguth

William A. Luce

Martin Madow

Malcolm M. Marquis

John R. Marsh

Steven L. Maxwell

Joan K. McCracken

Barbara Mary Mildenberger

Hunter Moore

Ann Neuenschwander

Shirley E. Phillips

Marlene Ragan

ENDOWMENT FUNDS:

Phyllis Jean Ray

Howard Allen Reeher

Nancy Ann Roach

H.D. & Betty Roren

Margaret Frances Rowley

Judi P. Rutherford

Anne K. Schiedel

Jeanne M. Schmelzer Downing

Lisa Selig

Janet E. Sims

Joan P. Skaggs

Sandra M. Smith

Carol Sorenson

Nancy Spohn

Barbara Stetson

Elaine Tanzer

Sally J. Taylor

Sharon L. Waffle

Carita B. Wagner

Deborah Walker

Mildred I. Wright

John F. Wrigley

WE HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE FINANCIAL STABILITY OF OHS BY ESTABLISHING THE FOLLOWING FUNDS WITHIN

OHS’ ENDOWMENT. ENDOWED FUNDS EXIST IN PERPETUITY, THUS CREATING A LASTING LEGACY FOR THE DONOR.

Bert K. & Velma Rogers Fund

Ernest Swigert Fund

Francie Swigert Fund

Leonard Lucas Fund

Malcolm Marquis Fund

I can Create a More Humane Society

with a gift in my will to OHS.

-OHS volunteer Carol Christensen with Birmie

To learn more, contact Gary Kish or

Kathryn Karr, (503) 802-6743.

Margaret Thiele Petti & August Petti Fund

Margaret T. James Fund

Shirley E. Finley Animal Assisted

Therapy Fund

A LASTING LEGACY

Toni Eigner-Barry & John Barry Fund

for Medical Care

Wanda F. Meyers Fund

PLANNED GIFTS

The Oregon Humane Society honors the following individuals who have made a commitment to animal welfare and OHS’ future

operations by planning a gift through their will, trust, retirement plan, insurance policy, charitable gift annuity or other estate

planning device. If you have already remembered OHS in your plan or would like to start a confidential conversation about future

support, please call us at (503) 416-2988.

Gillian & Jeffrey

Abendroth

Douglas & Kerry Aden

Charles &

Margaret Allen

Leslie Joan

Allen Bancroft

Terri Allison &

Mike Fittro

Elaine K. Anderson

Kathy Anderson

Anonymous (112)

Anonymous -

Grace & Co.

Anonymous - On

behalf of Minxie and

Friends Forever

Susan Arney

Charles Aubin

Barbra Bader

Richard A Balazs

Mary Jo Ball

Vlasta N. Barber

Carole Barkley

Lynn E. Barnes

Juanita L Barrabee

Barbara Baugnon &

Ken Smith

Tammy Jo Becker

Betty Beeson-Bauder

Lynda R. Bell

David &

Collette BeLusko

Darlene Benjamin

Barry & Jacqueline T.

Bennett

Patricia L. Bieker

Amanda Black

Susan Boitano

Genevieve Bond

Barbara Bremler

Carolyn J. Brock

Patricia Bukieda

Rochelle Burney

M. Hope Burns

Tod Burton &

Lynn Weigand

Dawn Campbell

Jeanne L. Carlson

Christine E. Carocci

Nancy R. Carpenter

John & Lou Chapman

Diane &

Baer Charlton

Helen R. Chauncey

Janice Chellis

Marilyn Christianson

Julie Coe

Elizabeth Cohn

Twila Coleman &

Kent Wadsworth

Joanne Collins

Patricia Collins

Dolly Blanda &

Pat Costa

Laurie Craghead &

Brent Huchison

Kip &

Catherine Craglow

Sandra &

John Crosland

Judy Dancer

Chitralekha Rath &

Jayashis Das

Terri Jo Davis

Lisa De Graaf

K. Dean & D. Farrell

Jennifer &

Paul DeBruler

Beth Deitchman &

Dave Peticolas

Vanessa Delk

Jess Dishman

Risa Dixon

Holly Dodson

Gregory Doyle &

Sally Adelman

Kay Doyle

Bob & Georgina

Dubay

Stephanie Dunagan

Thomas &

Marie Duncan

Frank Dyl

Kathy J. Eaton

Rhandi Edwards

Diane Eklund

Elinor Elliott

Tracy Ellis

Kathryn Estey

Renee Ewins

Nancy J. Fazzolari

Christine Fecteau

Waltraut Fischer

Dennis & Sandy Fitch

Michael &

Karen Foley

Joanne Fong

Barbara Foster

D.D. Francke

Diane Freedman

Stacia Gabriel

Robert &

Sandra Galati

Joseph Patrick Genna

Jeff Ghitelman

Lance &

Karen Gilmore

Thomas &

Barbara Gloden

Ellie Godfrey &

Vicki Reid

Debbie Goetz

Kyle Golphenee &

Brook Chris Armes

Nancy &

Paul Granada

Debra S. Gray

Robert &

Joyce Grossman

Merl Grossmeyer &

Jerrold Packard

Susan M. Gundlach

John Gustavsson &

Stuart Weitz

Gary W. Hahn

Jason Halstead &

Rob Chapman

Marsha &

Stephen Hammond

Fay Harrison & R.

Scott Enochs

Christine M. Hartman

John &

Wallis Hathaway

Karen S. Hawkins

Linda & Dale Headrick

Howard B. Hecht

Diane Heffron

Patricia Heffron

Max Helser

Mary Jane Hildreth

Ann Pytynia &

Bob Hillier

Linda Hodge

Melvin Hoffman

Frederick &

Connie Erickson

Patti & Andy Huhn

Roger Hull

James Hurd

Laura M Ibsen, MD

Marcy Jacobs

Randy Jacobson

Tom Jannetta

Deena & Neil Jensen

Lori & Steve Jensen

J. Alan Jensen &

Marilynn

Murray Jensen

Lyn Johnson

Steven &

Erika Johnston

Joseph Joyce

Mary Anne Joyce &

Catha Loomis

Nancy Judy

Linda Kahlbaum

Cheryl &

Larry Kanzler

Kathryn Karr &

Dixie Hoback

Jackie Kendall

Edith Kerbaugh

Sharmon King

Sharon Harmon &

Gary Kish

Dawn Klein &

Anne Murray

Diane Knudsen

Donna Kossoff

Klara Kuntar &

Don Shiel

Al & Helga Lacock

Clara La Marche

Eric Landon

Tom & Martha Lawler

Lellah Jeannine

Lawrence

Sandra J. Lawson

Nancy Roberta Lee

Robert and

Barbara Lee

William &

Mary Leverette

Joshua & Stacy Long

Pamela J. Lord

Tricia Ludford

Leslie Lukas-Recio &

Manuel Recio

Michael Madias &

Elaine Pepper

Cynthia Madsen

Marki R. Maizels

Victoria &

Douglas Makitten

Michael Marx &

Donald Marshall

Erin Marshall

Sue Martin

April Matthias

Grace Mattioli &

James Gadbois

Ed & Ellen McClaran

Dyanne McDonnell

Marie McDonough

Rita Melone

Elizabeth &

Warren Menche

Jo E. Meyertons &

Sarah Linehan

Chuck Michael

Dick & Jane Miller

Gayle Miller

Vicki Miller

Linda A. Milleson

Christine &

Morris Minich

Ann Morgan

Sandy Morgan

Anna & Martin Morris

Bruce & Carol

Morrison

Robert G. &

Joanne F. Mucken

Kori Murphy

Jon W Murray

Anne Kilkenny &

Jon Naviaux

Joanne R. Nehler

Kenneth Nielsen

Chris Noble

Betty Norrie

Greg & Carol Ontkean

Eileen O’Reilly &

Kyle Young

Mark & Susan Ozbun

Ruth &

Matthew Page

Sally Palmer

Keith Patterson

Anne & John Pearson

Sally Perkins

Gerald K. Petersen

Andrija Phillips

Perpetua M. Phillips

Steven &

Pamela Philpot

René & Don Pizzo

Linda &

Richard Polier

Patrick A. Porter

Deborah Putnam

Margaret Quentin

Wayne &

Michael R. Quimby

Margie Raber

Betty Reineccius

Terrell (Terri) R.

Reynolds

Wendy & Allen

Rightmire

Linda &

William Rodgers

Catherine J. Ross

Rio Rossarne

Alex & Gretchen Sabo

Terry Salasky

Sue Sample

Pat and Roger

Sandquist

Joe Saraceno & Dr.

Catherine Maddox

Ede Ellen Schmidt

Brian Schmonsees

Mary Schoenborn

Julia & Curtis Scott

Marilyn J. Scott

Cheryl A. Seleen

Annette Shelton-

Tiderman &

Ron Tiderman

Melody Sheppard

Mary Kristine Shigley

Helen Wendy Slater

Cara Sloman

Dinah S. Smith

Susan & Drew Smith

Jan Smith Stark

Joanne L. Somers

MarKay &

Steven Spaulding

Kent Spear

Rita & James Stanley

Teresa Statler &

Christopher Caron

Dan & Susan Stein

Denise Stone &

John Allen

Francine S. Storzbach

Linda & Larry Stout

Jeffrey &

Cary Tamburro

Meg Taradash

Mary Jean Taylor

Veda Taylor

Richard & Marcy Teal

Gilah Tenenbaum

Donald & Joan Terry

Kallie & Brian Thomas

Pamela Thompson

John C. Tidball

Juliane D. Tilton

Joyce Trezona

Douglas Mitchell &

Daniel Tribble

Justine Triest &

David Krug

Jeffrey & Linda Tross

Joyce Trull

Robin Vertner

Terri Vincent &

D.A. Armstrong

Patricia Robertson &

Bertha Von Craigh

Scott R Vondrak

Karen Waehlte

Christine Walker

Edward & Elizabeth

Washburn

Jennifer Watson &

Richard Birch

Karen Weaver

Dr. Jerold &

Felicia Wershba

Helen Westbrook

Martha E. Westbrook

& Judith E. Schrader

Kathleen White

Virginia Whitmer

Matthew &

Michele Wier

Barbara Williams &

Jon Smeenge

Carolyn Williams &

Donald Choura

Susan Willis

Suzan Wilson

Susan Winfield

Sherry Winker

Colleen Winter

Thomas &

Bonnie J. Wojcik

Wanda Wojnowski &

David McKinney

Barbara Wolman

Michael &

Susan Zaretsky

Cathy Zarosinski

Alexandra Zell

Carolyn Zelle

Patricia L. Zullo

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TLC Business Partners

The following businesses have made significant financial contributions ($2,500+) to OHS and/or in-kind donations over the

past 12 months. A complete list of TLC Business Partners can be found online at oregonhumane.org/support-our-partners.

DIAMOND

Boehringer Ingelheim

Google Ad Grants

Intel

KOIN

Lease Crutcher Lewis

Nike

Subaru of America

The Standard

PLATINUM

Angeli Law Group

C.O.A.T Flagging

iHeartMedia

Lithia Subaru of Oregon

City

MetLife

Mud Bay

OnPoint Community

Credit Union

Portland General

Electric

Slalom Consulting

Subaru of Portland

Western Partitions Inc.

GOLD

Bennington Properties

LLC

Brooks Greenhouse

Construction

Central Garden & Pet

Company

Columbia Bank

Delta Fire, Inc

Fetch by The Dodo

Hallmark Inns and

Resorts

Horizon Air Airlines

Lease Crutcher Lewis

Lithia Subaru of Oregon

City

Matrix Partners LTD

Mike’s Hard Lemonade

Moda Health

Nissan of Portland

Oracle America, Inc.

Phillips Pet Food &

Supplies

Ruffwear

Scott | Edwards

Architecture

Southern Glazer’s Wine

& Spirits

Stella & Chewy’s

Tito’s Handmade Vodka

The Kroger Co.

Vetsource

Wag Brands

Walsh Construction Co.

Zoetis Petcare

SILVER

14 Hands Winery

All Natural Pet Supply

Allied Cloud Solutions

APR Staffing

Arm the Animals

Avangrid Renewables

Berkshire Hathaway

Energy

Bora Architects

Bristol Urban

Apartments

Cambia Health

Solutions

Central Pet

Clean Affinity

Comcast Corporation

Cumming Management

Group, Inc.

Direct Marketing

Solutions

Lam Research

LexiDog Boutique &

Social Club

Lowe’s Home

Improvement Salem

Microsoft Corporation

Morel Ink

Nintendo of America

NW Wine Company

Petco

Republic Services

Rex Hill Masonry, Inc.

Stoller Wine Group

Tanasbourne Veterinary

Emergency

Thede Culpepper Moore

Munro & Silliman LLP

VCA Animal Hospitals

Washman Car Wash

Wisdom Health

Xplane

Young’s Market

Company of Oregon

BRONZE

2 Towns Cider House

Animal Supply Company

Apple

Bank of America

Birch Community

Services

Bluebird Botanicals

Bow Wow Film Fest

Broadleaf Studio

CIDA Architects

Columbia River Surgery

Center

Columbia Sportswear

Constellation Brands

Costco

Duck Pond Cellars

eBay

Fear Free, LLC

Goodwick Creative

Services, LLC

Green Pet Compost

Company

Hollywood Grocery

Outlet

Hyster-Yale Group

Johnstone Supply Inc.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kent Pet Group

Kuni Lexus of Portland

Lucky Dog

McKinsey & Company

Midland National Life

Insurance Company

Migration Brewing

Morel Ink

Mt. hood Vacation

Rentals

Netflix

Northwest Engineering

Service

Precision Images

Republic National

Distributing Company

ResQ Animal Massage

Rose City Veterinary

Hospital

Second Growth

Counseling

Sky Window Clean &

Maintenance

Sniff Dog Hotel

Stewart Sokol & Larkin

LLC

United Healthcare

Western Pet Supply

Wildfang Co.

Workplace Giving

OHS gratefully acknowledges the following employers that participated in the 2021 Workplace Giving Campaign.

Abbott Laboratories

AbbVie

Adidas America

Adobe Systems Inc.

Alaska Airlines

Allstate

American Express

American Family

Insurance

Ameriprise Financial

AMN Healthcare

Apple

Applied Materials, Inc

AT&T

Atlassian

Autodesk

Automatic Data

Processing, Inc.

Bank of America

Bill & Melinda Gates

Foundation

Bi-Mart

BMO National Bank

Bonneville Power

Administration

Cambia Health Solutions

CBRE

CDK Global

Century Link

Chevron Corporation

Cisco Systems, Inc.

City of Portland

Columbia Bank

Columbia Threadneedle

Investments

Columbia Trust Company

Comcast Corporation

Concordia University

Constellation Brands

Costco

Critical Mass

Daimler

Dell

Deloitte

eBay

Edison International

Elasticsearch

Enterprise

F5 Networks

Fed Ex

Federal Government

Finastra

First Tech Federal Credit

Union

Fiserv EFT

FLIR Systems, Inc.

Fossil

Gee Automotive

Companies

Geffen, Mesher & Co., PC

Genentech

General Dynamics

GitHub

Google

Gusto

Harsch Investments

Hewlett-Packard

Company

Hoffman Corporation

HPI

Hyster-Yale Group

Iberdrola Renewables

Instrument

Intel

International

Brotherhood of

Electrical Workers Local

280 PAC

Intersection

Itron

Jacobs

JC Penny

Jones Lang LaSalle

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Juniper

Kaiser Permanente

KPMG

Lam Research

Laurelhurst Elementary

School

Levi Strauss

Liberty Mutual

LinkedIn

Macy’s

Mercari

Metro

Microsoft Corporation

Moda Health

Morgan Stanley

Multnomah County

Network for Good

New Relic

Nike

Nordstrom

NVIDIA

NW Natural

Okta

OnPoint Community

Credit Union

Oregon Health & Science

University

PacifiCorp

Pella Rolscreen

Foundation

PepsiCo

Pfizer

Portland General Electric

Portland Public Schools

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Raytheon

Regence BlueCross

BlueShield of Oregon

Sage Software

Sherwin Williams

Chemical Corp

Silicon Valley Bank

Simply HEALTHCARE

SiriusXM

Skyworks

State of Oregon

Stoel Rives LLP

SUEZ Water Technologies

& Solutions

SunPower

SurveyMonkey

Swinerton

Symetra

Synopsys

Target

Tetra Tech

The Boeing Company

The Clorox Company

The Guardian LIfe

Insurance Company of

America

The Hartford

The Standard

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Total Quality Logistics

Travelers

U.S. Bank

Umpqua Bank

UnitedHealth Group

UPS

USAA

Veeva Systems

Verizon Wireless

Visa

VMware Foundation

Wells Fargo

Wilbur Labs

Wiley Publishing

Wilson Construction

Windsor Solutions

Workday

Wyndham Destinations

ZGF Architects LLP

Zoom

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Business Partner Profile

Introducing Fetch by The Dodo (yes, that Dodo!)

If you’ve adopted a pet from Oregon Humane Society recently, you probably

noticed a new step in our adoption process: a conversation about pet health

insurance. OHS is pleased to be in partnership with Fetch by The Dodo, the most

comprehensive pet insurance for dogs and cats. Accepted by all veterinarians

in the U.S. and Canada, Fetch provides pet owners with peace of

mind and is the only pet insurance recommended by the #1 animal

brand in the world, The Dodo - the same The Dodo that shares

thousands of heartwarming animal videos on social media.

“OHS wants all animals to have the best chance at staying

healthy and remaining with their adopted families,” says VP

of Shelter Operations Chase Patterson. “We’re happy to provide

the opportunity for adopters to walk out of our shelter

with the confidence that their new family member has the

most comprehensive coverage available.”

Workplace Giving Profile

Kaiser Permanente Employees Gives Back to Pets in Need

Each fall, Kaiser Permanente Northwest employees can maximize personal donations to community

organizations through the Kaiser Permanente Community Giving Campaign. In 2021, OHS was

one of the top five organizations supported by KP employees with $15,000 donated from

their paychecks. Their generosity was matched and earned OHS an additional $10,000

gift to support shelter animals.

Kaiser Permanente has a long history of supporting OHS’ lifesaving programs and

services. Since 1998, KP has donated more than $75,000 to help the animals through

corporate matching, tribute donations, hosting fundraising and pet supply drives,

and more.

“It’s an honor to manage Kaiser Permanente’s Community Giving Campaign where

employees give to the charities that support the causes they care about most,” says Ron

Shoals, Program Manager, Kaiser Permanente. “The additional corporate match makes

the campaign even more impactful.”

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Services Directory

OHS is dedicated to making our community a better

place. Call (503) 285-7722 for more information or

visit us online at oregonhumane.org.

ANIMAL ADOPTIONS

Cats, dogs, birds, rodents and rabbits

are available for adoption.

oregonhumane.org/adopt

ANIMAL RESCUE

OHS responds to situations where an

animal is trapped and needs human

help (in case of emergency, call your

local police). (503) 802-6707.

ANIMAL SHELTER ASSISTANCE

Food, supplies and training are offered

to animal agencies throughout Oregon.

(503) 416-2993.

BEHAVIOR HELP-LINE

& ONLINE LIBRARY

Consult our online resources, or call

the free OHS telephone help-line with

questions about problem pet behavior.

(503) 416-2983;

oregonhumane.org/training.

FIND A HOME FOR YOUR PET

If you are unable to keep your pet,

OHS may be able to place your pet in

a new home. Call first to schedule an

appointment. (503) 285-7722, ext. 211.

HUMANE EDUCATION

OHS offers classroom presentations,

after-school clubs, summer camps and

more. (503) 416-5034;

katiew@oregonhumane.org.

LOST AND FOUND PETS

OHS is not able to accept stray

animals, except stray cats from

Clackamas County. Please contact

your local animal control agency for

assistance. More resources available

at oregonhumane.org/lostpets.

PET MEMORIALS

OHS maintains an animal cemetery,

mausoleum and columbarium and

provides private cremation services.

Euthanasia services are offered if

no other options are available.

(503) 285-7722, ext. 217.

PET SUPPLIES

Best Friends Corner inside the shelter

offers a variety of supplies.

(503) 285-7722, ext. 201.

PET TRAINING

OHS offers classes and consultations.

More information at

oregonhumane.org/training.

SPAY & NEUTER FINANCIAL AID

OHS offers discount coupons and

participates in the Spay & Save

program, (800) 345-SPAY;

asapmetro.org.

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Ways to Help

AUTOS FOR ANIMALS

Donate your car, motorcycle or boat to

help the animals. Contact Kelly Rey,

(503) 802-6766;

kellyr@oregonhumane.org.

CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES

Lifetime income plus a tax deduction.

Contact Gary Kish, (503) 416-2988;

garyk@oregonhumane.org.

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

Sponsor an OHS event or organize

a benefit. Contact Sarah Yusavitz,

(503) 416-7084;

sarahy@oregonhumane.org.

ESTATE GIFTS

Include OHS in your will, trust or

with a beneficiary designation.

Contact Gary Kish, (503) 416-2988;

garyk@oregonhumane.org.

FRIENDS FOREVER

Ensure the welfare of pets who may

outlive you. Contact Kathryn Karr, (503)

802-6743;

LegacyTeam@oregonhumane.org.

To learn more about opportunities to help animals, call

(503) 802-6793 or visit us online at oregonhumane.org.

GIFTS OF STOCK

To make a gift of securities contact

Shelah Hanson, (503) 802-6817;

shelahh@oregonhumane.org

IN-KIND SUPPLIES, MATERIAL

See our wish list online at

oregonhumane.org/donate/wish-list.

SUPPORT

Your donation includes a 10% discount

at the OHS retail store, subscription

to the OHS magazine and more. Call

(503) 802-6793 or

oregonhumane.org/donate.

ONE COOL THING

Donate fine art, jewelry, popular

electronics or memorabilia. Contact

Kelly Rey, (503) 802-6766;

kellyr@oregonhumane.org.

PAWS

Monthly gifts through the Planned

Account Withdrawal System (PAWS)

support OHS throughout the year.

Contact Marsha Chrest, (503) 416-7079;

marshac@oregonhumane.org.

THOMAS LAMB ELIOT CIRCLE

The Thomas Lamb Eliot Circle (TLC)

honors donors contributing $1,000 or

more annually. Contact Kelly Jo

McCaughey, (503) 278-9110;

kellym@oregonhumane.org.

TRIBUTE GIFTS

Tribute gifts can be made in memory

of, or in honor of, a pet or loved one.

A card will be sent to your loved one.

Contact Kelly Rey, (503) 802-6766;

kellyr@oregonhumane.org.

VOLUNTEER

OHS volunteer programs are available

for youths, adults, groups and

companies. Contact Kim Hudson,

(503) 285-7722, ext. 204;

volunteer@oregonhumane.org.

WORKPLACE GIVING CAMPAIGNS

To learn more about workplace giving

campaigns, contact Kelly Rey,

(503) 802-6766;

kellyr@oregonhumane.org

Lyndsey Asparro,

Operations Administrator at OHS

Monthly giving through PAWS

(Planned Account Withdrawal

System) offers a convenient way

for you to support the Oregon

Humane Society throughout the

year. PAWS donors provide OHS

with a much-needed, dependable

stream of income that we use to

provide shelter, medical care and

adoption services to

homeless animals.

You can make your PAWS gift by

credit card or with your

checking account.

For more information, please

contact Marsha Chrest at

(503) 416-7079 or

marshac@oregonhumane.org.

Join PAWS today at

www.oregonhumane.org/donate.

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