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Recycling at IMHS

Thank you to all of the kind people in this community that have donated their aluminum cans to benefit our animals here at the shelter. All of the cans have been turned in for money and we received almost $300 for the volume that was brought down to Iron and Metal Inc. off of Franklin Street in Denver. I have to shout out a big thank you to Tap Sittiseri for giving us a much better price per pound because we are a non-profit and I think he has a soft spot for animals. All of the workers at the scrap yard were very helpful with unloading and Raymond was patient with the newbie that brought the three loads down. The ladies in the office were wonderful and it was a very pleasant experience. We

Don’t Get Bitten by the Law: Requirements for Service & Assistance Animals

Join Disability Law Colorado to learn about the law regarding service and assistance animals! Do you know the difference between a service animal and an assistance animal? Do you know which of these animals is allowed in a public business? In housing? In a school? Do you know when an animal – even an legitimate service animal – can be removed from a public business? Do you know what information can be requested of a person with a disability entering a public business with an animal? In housing? Do you know about Colorado’s new law regarding intentional misrepresentation of a service or assistance animal and how it will apply when it is effective on January 1, 2017? If the answer to any of

IMHS is GuideStar Gold

Intermountain Humane Society received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Gold level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world's largest source of information on nonprofits. The logo demonstrates InterMountain Humane Society's deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability. In order to be awarded the Gold logo, IMHS had to fill out every required field of our nonprofit profile on guidestar.org for that level of participation. We hope you will check us out and tell us what you think. http://www.guidestar.org/profile/74-2244148

August Volunteers of the Month

August's honorees for Volunteer of the Month actually goes to a family: the Glenn family. This amazing team of cat and kitty fosters apparently don't like to sleep as for years now they've been doing newborn kittens and bottle feedings around the clock. While cat overpopulation is finally getting better in Colorado, you might not know it by the hours the Glenn's put in. Jennie is their fearless leader and mom but all of the girls help: Dalton 14, Daisy 11, and Lulu 8, so all of the girls got tickets to the Alamo Movie Drafthouse Theatre in Littleton. Also of note: Alamo Movie Drafthouse has been sponsoring our volunteer recognition program for all of 2016. We are seeking other sponsors of th

Volunteer Needs and News for August

Volunteers! We love you and all you do for us. Of course we always need more volunteers so refer a friend! You are our best advocate and ambassador. We have a lot going on this month and have lots of news and need more help in the following areas: More off-site adoption helpers. We could be doing 2-3 events each month if we had more volunteers for this More alternates for cat and dog duty at the shelter More Thrift Shop workers More shifts available at both King Soopers and Safeway to sell reloadable gift cards More Committee help and Committee Chairpeople And obviously, the big one this month: Cause for Paws! 8/20 from 12-4. We need all the vols we can there helping out so everyone gets a c

Wagana Dog Bandanas Donate 10% of Sales to IMHS

Wagana Dog Bandanas are a colorful way to style your dog and are specially designed to keep your companion cool for outdoor adventures! Simply add ice to the pocket at the top of the bandana, and tie loosely around your pal's neck. The bandana keeps the jugular vein cool and prevents overheating. As the ice melts, it keeps your dog's body cavity cool. Proceeds are donated to Colorado Shelters and rescues, with different recipient each month. This month it is us! We'll get 10% of each order. You can see a sample of this awesome bandana at both Elevation Celebration and our Cause for Paws. This fundraiser ends for us at Cause for Paws on 8/20. This company was started by Jessica Hein who is a

Do you shop on Amazon?

Did you know that purchases you make on Amazon can benefit IMHS? It only takes a few clicks to add IMHS as your charitable organization of choice to receive a donation when you make purchases. Please take a moment to check out smile.amazon.com! AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to su

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