Become a Corporate Sponsor

Sponsorship is a terrific way to promote your company while at the same time supporting your local animal welfare agency. The NH Humane Society hosts many events large and small throughout the year. With so many levels of sponsorship you can pick the event that piques your interest, and support the New Hampshire Humane Society at a level that works for your business. Packages and payment plans are also available.

Community Business Partnerships

If sponsorship does not work for your business, please consider becoming a Community Business Partner – there are dozens of ways that you and your employees can support the shelter: dress down days, Round Up programs, matching employee donations, or even holding a company-wide pet food and supply drive.

Click Here to learn more about Community Business Partnership programs, and ways that other local businesses are supporting the NH Humane Society.

Employee Giving

If you participate in your employer's annual United Way campaign through payroll deduction, you can choose to designate the NH Humane Society as the recipient of your charitable contribution, even though the NHHS is not a United Way funded agency. Talk to your employer's Human Resources office to learn how.

Make a Matching Gift

Ask your employer if they will match your charitable contributions to the NH Humane Society and increase the impact of your gift dollar-for-dollar. You can inspire other employees to do the same!

If you or your partner work for a company with a "Matching Gift" program, please tell us the name and address of the company and we’ll handle the rest!

The NH Humane Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit, so your donation is tax deductible.

All that we have accomplished and all we plan to do in the future is only possible with the generous support of people like you. Let’s see what we can do together!

Contact Charles Stanton, Executive Director at 

or by phone 603-556-9910 to discuss the possibilities.

“I knew volunteering at NHHS would be rewarding, little did I know I stumbled upon a small oasis where humanity has hidden some of its best.”

— Eric, NHHS volunteer