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Belleville Area Humane Society launches 2021-2022 monthly membership program

The Belleville Area Humane Society is launching its new monthly membership program for the 2021-2022 year.

Though new giving tiers have been established, any gift amount helps. BAHS is 100 percent donor funded and receives no tax dollars. Through the kindness of its donors, BAHS has been improving and saving the lives of animals since 1959.Monthly Giving Levels:

●        Friend Level ($5/month) – For $5/month, BAHS provides one heartworm test for an animal. In 2020, BAHS treated 40 heartworm positive dogs.

●        Vet Tech Level ($10/month) – For $5/month, BAHS provides one heartworm test for an animal. In 2020, BAHS adopted out 761 fully vaccinated animals.

●        Lifeline Level ($25/month) – For $25/month, BAHS provides one dog or cat foster with all necessary supplies. In 2020, BAHS provided supplies for 451 animals in foster.

●        Advocate Level ($50/month) – For $50/month, BAHS spays or neuters one community animal. In 2020, BAHS altered 401 community animals.

●        Foodie Level ($100/month) – For $100/month, BAHS supplies food for 50 dogs or 80 cats with the pet food pantry. In 2020, BAHS served 105,300 pet food pantry meals.

●        Best in Show ($250/month) – For $250/month, BAHS covers full intake costs for one animal. In 2020, BAHS increased shelter intake by 45 percent

One-time donations are also graciously accepted. If your employer has a charitable match program, BAHS encourages you to ask them to match your donation.  To learn more about how to give and the impact of your donation, visit

The Belleville Area Humane Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has been serving St. Clair County, Illinois for over 62 years.  BAHS strives to improve the lives of animals in the community through adoption, humane education, and community outreach. Services include: affordable spay/neuter options, low cost vaccine and microchip clinics, emergency veterinary assistance, and a monthly pet food pantry. Animals in our community are valued, cared for, and treated with compassion. Volunteers and fosters are welcome. To learn more, visit

1 Comment

  1. Kathy Murphy on August 1, 2021 at 10:41 am

    I would like to know things I can donate.My daughter use to volunteer at St Louis County humane society before it ran into multiple problems with paid staff and management.

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