The best way to learn how you can donate your time is by attending a
meeting. The Bingham County Humane Society (BCHS) meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first
Thursday of each month at the Bingham County Extension Office, 583 Sexton Street
Everyone is welcome, and special orientation meetings can be arranged for large
groups, special interest groups, and junior volunteers and their parents.
You may know that the BCHS provides a wide variety of animal welfare programs to the
residents Bingham County and their pets. But did you know that we receive no local,
state, or federal government funding, and must rely solely on private donations from
generous individuals like you? We need YOUR help to accomplish our goals!
Your tax-deductible cash donation will help us to house, feed, and provide veterinary
care to hundreds of homeless animals each year. It will help us reduce the number of
homeless animals by keeping our spay/neuter program going.
BCHS is constantly in need of dog houses, pet carriers, cat litter, pet food, pet toys,
collars and leashes, bleach, and clean bath towels, rugs, and blankets.