The Connecticut Humane Society is rated by Charity Navigator. This is a promise and assurance of the highest level of financial stewardship of gifts.
Following is information to help you learn more about the leadership and financial support behind CHS.
Board of Directors
Meet the members of CHS’ Board of Directors.
|Name||Title||Voting Member||IRS 990 Independent|
|Jo Ann Roberts, Esq.||Treasurer||Yes||Yes|
|William A. Haines, DVM||Secretary||Yes||Yes|
|Eric Lopkin||Board Member||Yes||Yes|
|Steve Parker||Board Member||Yes||Yes|
|Peter Cable||Board Member||Yes||Yes|
|James Basquil||Board Member||Yes||Yes|
How is CHS funded?
CHS relies primarily on the support of donors like you to sustain its mission. Adoptions, program fees and investments supplement CHS, but only your gifts make it possible to offer services to pets in need. Without you, adoption fees and programs like CHS’ Fox Memorial Clinic would cost substantially more to the community.
Donor Bill of Rights
When you give to support Connecticut Humane Society pets, you have rights. Read more here.
Your Dollars at Work
Take a look at CHS’ most recent quarterly animal sheltering statistics here.
How do you summarize a year of amazing, lifesaving work for pets?
Take a look at CHS’ annual reports!
Want to see an older annual report? Contact CHS!