In an era when the “1%” and corporate greed are all over the news, it is nice to remember that some businesses are active community partners, generous and caring. Read More
NHHS News & Blog
1/16/2017 - Life on the streets is tough for cats in any season. Contrary to what humans think, that they can fend for themselves, survival skills are not inherent and have to be learned. Little Momma cat, luckily found herself homeless in the heat of last summer. A concerned citizen brought her to New Hampshire Humane Society rather than turning a blind eye to her obvious distress.
Meredith - Laura Brusseau’s Freshman Government class doesn’t just learn about civic engagement – they do it! Mrs. Brusseau asks her eighty-five 14- and 15-year-old students to change the world by making a positive change in their own communities. Each student posed an essential question about a topic she or he is passionate about; identified a local non-profit to partner with for at least 10 community service hours, and; created a presentation, including a public service announcement about what they learned and why others should also give back - and the outcome was extraordinary! Read More
January 4, 2017 - 2017 starts off smartly with our first dog of the New Year looking for his permanent forever home, the very handsome, ever so slightly cross-eyed, Australian Cattle dog, Jake. Read More
Maggy of Maggy D's Garden Center in Laconia presents Lissa Mascio, Development Director of the NH Humane Society, with 10% of the proceeds of their Christmas tree sales in the amount of $1,656.50 - that will go a long way to help the shelter animals in the coming year! Read More