Napa Humane


Napa Humane

What They Do:

Offer community programs that create and support humane homes for companion animals and help prevent pet homelessness. Operate a high-quality, low-cost clinic for spay/neuter, vaccination and microchipping services; provide free wellness clinics for low-income families with pets; teach Humane Education in our schools and community; run a non-emergency helpline.

Since 1973, Napa Humane has proudly served the entire county without regard to income. They offer progressive, proactive, solution-based programming that has a demonstrably positive, long-term impact on reducing the number of unwanted animals, pet-related injuries, and needless animal suffering. Prevention is the solution.

In 2017, Napa Humane performed 4,322 spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinated 2,443 animals, implanted 1,954 pet microchips and provided wellness clinics for low-income families with pets. They also fielded thousands of calls seeking behavior counseling and referrals, and taught nearly 5,000 children how to be compassionate, humane friends to animals.


Other Ways to Help:

  • Collect new or gently used pet collars, leashes, and harnesses (all sizes for cats and dogs).
  • Sign up to volunteer.
  • Make DIY catnip treats.
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have Napa Humane give a presentation to the class.
  • Choose “Humane Society of Napa County” as your selected charity while shopping on Amazon Smile.
  • Host a party or donation drive benefiting Napa Humane.
  • Sign up for our e-newsletter to stay informed of our work.
  • Follow and share our social media posts.
  • Attend community events in support of Napa Humane.

Business Partners:

Cultivate Systems LogoOur thanks to Cultivate Systems for providing matching funds for donations made to Napa Humane through the Give!Guide.


Testimonial:

Napa Humane has incredible commitment to their vision. Every single thing they do addresses the needs of local pets and supports and educates the people who care about them. It’s big-picture strategy with laser-focused execution.

~ Tom Fuller, Owner, Fuller & Sander Communications

  1. Sylvia Weaver Jones
  2. Tanya Cole
  3. Janice Taylor
  4. Linda Wargo
  5. Susan Duke
  6. Nadia Valenzuela in honor of VIttoria Boscarino
  7. Anonymous
  8. Jennifer Byram
  9. Christy Gronseth
  10. Colleen Clark
  11. Patricia Simpson
  12. Nancy Brown
  13. Lanita Stilwell in honor of Winston Henry Greystone (lop bunny)
  14. Lorraine Fazzolare
  15. Anonymous
  16. Jane Zastrow
  17. Teresa Bernards
  18. Anonymous
  19. Katherine McQuade
  20. Veronica Ortiz
  21. Sally Buchanan
  22. Lynda Rhyno
  23. Anonymous
  24. Nancy Fireman in honor of hilary zunin and her tireless efforts to help others
  25. Sandra and Dean Hansen
  26. Bob and Donna Holder
  27. Carol Lilleberg in honor of Hope Lugo and Evie Trevethan
  28. Judi Kannon
  29. Karin Haywood
  30. Anne S. Percelay
  31. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Miller
  32. Linda Henderson
  33. Anonymous
  34. Anonymous
  35. John Lemanski
  36. Dianne Snyder
  37. Evelyn Trevethan
  38. Board of Directors in honor of Matching Funds
  39. Anonymous
  40. Robert Van Der Velde
  41. Marvin and Jean Sakakihara
  42. Anonymous
  43. ZD Wines in honor of Drew Tomasyan
  44. ZD Wines in honor of Chris Musante
  45. Mel Tearle
  46. Anonymous
  47. Lynn LeChevalier
  48. Ismail and Candy Akman
  49. Sharyn Fuller in honor of the memory of Eleanor & Wesley Meyer
  50. Gerane W. Park
  51. Jeff Mays
  52. Kathy Mosher
  53. Barbara M Pacey
  54. Michele Grupe
  55. Harris Nussbaum in honor of Johanna Muth / Sunrise Horse Rescue
  56. Sandra Aldrich
  57. Anonymous
  58. Randall and Krys Wulff
  59. Anonymous
  60. Anonymous
  61. Paula Brutocao
  62. ROGER ROELLE in honor of Rosie
  63. Anonymous in honor of Ed and Joyce Jensen
  64. Barbara Stone
  65. Christine Ochs
  66. Anonymous
  67. Dale and Bette Acomb
  68. Kelli Marchbanks
  69. Anonymous
  70. Ann Schwartz and Gina Kulik
  71. Bruce Ketron and Debra Inman
  72. Joan Burrell
  73. Susan Perry
  74. Mary Whitehill in honor of In memory of my mother, Barbara Mooney.
  75. Ellen Barberi
  76. Michael Feenan
  77. Penny Pawl
  78. lisa mar-johnston in honor of patti brown, danielle brown, bev and mart flynn and family, lisa aand jj johnston and family
  79. Susanna Morin Groom
  80. Anonymous
  81. Jessica Harcourt
  82. Anonymous in honor of Dale D. Miller
  83. Patricia Williams in honor of Samantha Williams
  84. Anonymous
  85. Janelle Sellick
  86. Anonymous
  87. Donna Mertz
  88. Kari Cluney
  89. Anonymous
  90. Anonymous
  91. Sandra Pena
  92. Deassa Binstock
  93. Anonymous
  94. Anonymous
  95. Mary Christensen in honor of Sweetie Pie
  96. kathy wade
  97. Anonymous in honor of pet rescuers
  98. Ross Allen in honor of Cimarron
  99. Heather Marshall in honor of Maisey Marshall
  100. Frank & Kerstin Nicholson Nicholson in honor of Polly Jean
  101. Bonnie Aguilar
  102. Anonymous
  103. Jeff Gold
  104. Diana Griffin
  105. Hilary Zunin in honor of Corinne Yoshihara for donating her time and taking photographs at the kick-off party
  106. Anonymous
  107. Douglas Cole
  108. Anonymous
  109. Cultivate Systems in honor of : This Additional Match is for More Critters in Need
  110. Cultivate Systems in honor of This Cultivate Systems Match is for Critters in Need.
  111. Anonymous
  112. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  113. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  114. Rian Lindley
  115. Teresa Reynolds
  116. Bill Imada in honor of Ms. Anita Howe
  117. Gianna Giorsetto in honor of June Pollock
  118. Christie Fulton
  119. Christie Fulton
  120. Marilyn Ferrante in honor of Nelson & Shasta
  121. Jeanie Whelan
  122. Anonymous
  123. Karlin McLean
  124. Jan Kim
  125. Lois Glazier in honor of Mitzi & Mollie
  126. Carol Nelsen
  127. Cyn Langlois in honor of Susan Caldera
  128. Anonymous
  129. Colonial Dames of the XVIIC Century Rebecca Nurse Chapter
  130. Deirdre Bourdet
  131. Gail Lansinh
  132. Anonymous
  133. Natalie Griffin
  134. Deirdre Bourdet
  135. Patricia Krueger
  136. Ken Morris
  137. Nancy Kuhn
  138. Anonymous in honor of Mimi
  139. Sandra Sims
  140. Sandra Hausser
  141. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
  142. Anonymous
  143. Helen Bowman
  144. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Dougie Bernhardt
  145. Art & Kathleen Morgan
  146. Lisa Alexander
  147. Terry Longoria in honor of My aunt Mamie
  148. Linda Methven
  149. Karen Swain
  150. Paula J. Peterson
  151. Val Murphy
  152. Dorothy Hearn
  153. Linda Jesmok
  154. Don Payne
  155. Wendi Piscia
  156. Anonymous
  157. Evan Albertson
  158. HEATHER GRAVES
  159. Carol Glaser
  160. Elizabeth Bloch
  161. Robin Mock in honor of My mom Lin and my beloved cat Yin
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