This Humane Society was named as 4-star charity for fiscal responsibility!
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton has had such massive success for its nonprofit organization for fiscal responsibility. In fact, it’s going to be seven years of changing the lives of animals.
Further, it’s said that only four-percent of nonprofit organizations nationwide received the 4-star rating.
So, congrats to the Humane Society of Greater Dayton for achieving that rating as well!
“A 4-star legacy proves that the Humane Society of Greater Dayton is committed to upholding the best practices for financial health while remaining accountable and transparent to those they serve and the people who support their work,” Charity Navigator spokesperson Ashley Post said.
Charity Navigator is the largest evaluator of nonprofits in the country.
“Fiscal responsibility is something we take very seriously at the Humane Society of Greater Dayton,” President and CEO Brian Weltge said. “We want the community to know that we are not only grateful for their generosity but that we do everything we can to show them that their donations are being used responsibly, ethically and that every dollar given to us directly impacts the lives of thousands of animals here in the Miami Valley.”
They strive to the best they can to help these animals live a happy life until adopted by a loving family.
“We are pets, people, and community. We are a nonprofit organization with a nearly 120-year mission of helping Dayton’s lost, abandoned, and homeless animals. A community of animal advocates, supported by the community—by people like you.”
Isn’t it true that animals don’t have a voice? Well, we can be their voice and there are plenty of ways you can further help the Humane Society of Greater Dayton!
How to help
It’s tough work, but somebody has to play with the dogs, cats, and rabbits. They need scratches, pets, and special treats. But, if that’s not the cat’s meow for you, we have lots of other ways you can help! Be an animal’s hero by volunteering with our organization.
Report animal cruelty
Put this number in your phone: 855-PETS-911. Call it when you see animal abuse and neglect and help us stop the suffering. We investigate all signs of cruelty, neglect, and abuse against all animals. We need your help because animals need your help.
Foster a pet in need
Help an animal become someone’s new pet. Open your home as a foster family. Give an animal a safe, loving temporary home with one-on-one care until that pet is ready for adoption. Help provide some positive human interaction so the animal will be ready for its new relationship.
Twitch streamer Alinity
In fact, if you would like further information on ways of getting involved, check out their official website, you will be changing the long-term life of an innocent fur baby.
One topic I would like to sound off about is reporting abusive situations, for example, the Twitch streamer PaladinAmber who tossed her cat over her shoulders on a live stream and let it drink vodka in a past stream.
It’s sad to say that people don’t think, animals are just showing love while we waste away in front of a screen. Money should never come before your fur babies.
Game for a purpose, if that your chosen method of obtaining money. I myself stream on Twitch and seeing PaladinAmber treat her fur baby that way due to a game is sickening.
It’s not even the tossing that’s the problem, it’s all of it as a whole, why she tossed it, selfishness.
For example, “this cat is in the way of my stream.”
If you’d like to get involved in the streamers case, you can sign the official petition “Ban Alinity on Twitch.”
The ban has already reached over 32,158 have signed. Let’s get to 35,000!
BE that voice and at least get a further investigation on her. I don’t throw my fur babies around like stuffed animals and I’m certain you likely don’t relate as well.