Humane Heroes

Humane Heroes

Become a Humane Hero and Make a Difference in the Life of a Homeless Pet

Make a continuous gift to animals in need by becoming a Humane Hero. Provide a monthly gift of $10, $25, $50 or another amount and be a hero to all furry friends in need. They need you!

What else could your gift do? Here’s more examples of what your donation could mean to a homeless pet:
$10 Vaccinates one dog
$25 Feeds twelve dogs for one week
$50 Spays one cat

You can positively affect the lives of so many with one simple and easy monthly donation!

When you sign up to become a Humane Hero, you will receive a homeless animal’s loving thanks, our gratitude and the following gifts of appreciation:

  • $10: You will receive a “I Support Rifle Animal Shelter” decal
  • $25: You will receive a “I Support Rifle Animal Shelter” decal and a commemorative “10 4 Them” mug
  • $50: You will receive a “I Support Rifle Animal Shelter” decal and a commemorative “10 4 Them” mug and a Tee Shirt.

Click the button below to donate:

 


Meet Some of Our Humane Heroes

Nanette Leborgne
“The Rifle Animal Shelter may not be a big shelter but it is BIG on heart. Any shelter that cares about and loves the animals that much deserves any help I can give, whether in monetary donations, supplies, or volunteering. I love animals and I hate to see any innocent animal not have a loving home. At least when the shelter adopts an animal out, it has a better chance of getting all the love it deserves. Thank you for all your care and love to these angel animals.”

Ida Hoaglund
“I really care about animals and I appreciate that there’s a place to take them, that will care for them – instead of being out on the streets”

Annick Pruett
“I support the Rifle Animal Shelter because they bring lives together in the community. Adopting brings love and laughter into a home!”

“The Rifle Animal Shelter is a role model for other shelters. They have been able to do so much with the limited space and facilities they have now. I can only imagine the good they will continue to do once the new facility is built.”