Naming Opportunities

dog cat headerThis exciting project will result in a very special place where animals are saved, where second chances are generously given and where people and animals in Butte County come together to help, heal, learn and love.

While staff and volunteers have done the best they can with the resources they have, we know our capacity to serve will grow exponentially with this new facility. Our new shelter will be built entirely on gifts from community members who understand and want to support the needs of stray and abused animals here in the North State.

All gifts of $20,000 or more will be honored on a prominent donor wall.

Can the animals count on your help?


Location        $   Location      $
Shelter Campus 3,000,000 Bereavement Suite 75,000
Veterinary Medical Center 1,000,000 Feral Cat Holding Room 75,000
Adoption Center 500,000 Free Roam Cat Rooms /Catios 75,000
Community Dog Park 500,000 Get Acquainted Dog Rooms (4) 75,000
Humane Education & Training Center 500,000 See Spot Shop Retail Area 75,000
Pet Celebration Garden 500,000 Medical Center Exam Rooms (3) 50,000
Mobile Adoption Trailer & Truck 250,000 Medical Center Lab/Pharmacy 50,000
Outdoor Patio and Garden 250,000 Outdoor Catio 50,000
Shelter Activity Yard (outside) 250,000 Small Animal Room 50,000
Cat Colony Dorms (4) 100,000 Volunteer Suite 50,000
Doggie Dorms (5) 100,000 Adoption Counseling Area 35,000
Get Acquainted Dog Yard (Outside) 100,000 Children’s Interactive Experience Room 35,000
Humane Education Classroom (2) 100,000 Medical Center Surgery Suite (2) 35,000
Indoor “Cat-atorium”—Lobby 100,000 “Relief” Fire Hydrants w/plaque (10) 5,000
Indoor “Smallville” (small dogs)—Lobby 100,000 Bench w/plaque (10) 5,000
Kitten Nursery 100,000 Cat Kennel (50) 5,000
Puppy Nursery 100,000 Dog Kennel (50) 5,000
“The needs of cats are different than those of dogs or rabbits, so special attention will be given to match the natural needs of the animals to their spaces. Things like temperature control, sanitation, noise reduction, ventilation and lighting are critical to the well-being of the animals and will also help make the new shelter inviting and warm for our visitors, volunteers and employees.”
—Katrina Woodcox, Executive Director

How to Donate…

Gifts of Cash
The easiest and most direct way of supporting Butte Humane Society’s Capital Campaign is a gift of cash.

Gifts of Stock
Avoid capital gains through a gift of highly appreciated stock while taking a full value deduction on your tax returns.

Recurring Monthly Donation
Recognizing that many caring people may not have the capacity to make a sizable gift at any one time, we suggest the alternative of making a smaller gift on a monthly basis.

Matching Gifts
Many corporate employers will match their employees’ gift to a 501(c)(3) non-profit. If your company has such a program, please request their matching gift form and send the completed form to us.

Bequest
Leave a legacy of love by remembering Butte Humane Society in your will.

Services or Items
If you have a professional service or product you wish to donate to the capital campaign, please let us know. Services such as painting, construction, building materials, artwork, etc. will all be considered.


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