Love, support, and individualized care are all part of what makes your local humane society home to hundreds of pets each year. For only $3 a day, you’ll help give a pet a nourishing meal, special training, a puzzle toy to keep their mind engaged, standard vaccinations, and maybe even the emergency surgery that could save their life.
Your plaque will be displayed on your kennel and seen by thousands of people every year. Kennel sponsorships renew automatically each year, but when you decide to opt out, your plaque will be given to you as a souvenir of your support.
Sponsoring a kennel is a smart way to advertise your business to a broader market while deepening your involvement in the community.
Individuals and families can sponsor a kennel and enjoy making a difference together, or as an impactful way to carry on the memory of a loved one.
As a kennel sponsor, you receive:
A spotlight post to the CHS Facebook, where we have over 12,000 followers, and which you can share with your own followers
Updates featuring photos and stories of the pets you have helped so far
Recognition on our website
To schedule a tour, talk to staff, or ask further questions, please call (231) 946-5116.
Dog Kennel Sponsorship Contract for Businesses
Dog Kennel Sponsorship Contract for Individuals and Families
Cat Kennel Sponsorship Contract for Businesses
Cat Kennel Sponsorship Contract for Individuals and Families
Chris Warren, General Manager of WTCM Radio
“WTCM Radio is proud to assist the Cherryland Humane Society in its efforts to care for homeless dogs and cats in our community, as well as connect these deserving animals with good homes. A Non-profit often can be measured by the strength of its staff, and the size and commitment level of its volunteers. To that end, the Cherryland Humane Society is one of the most worthy organizations in our community.”
Kathy Hyland, Owner of Pets Naturally
“As owner of Pets Naturally I thought it only natural to support Cherryland Humane Society and all the tremendous work that they do. As I learned more about the organization, their staff, their commitment and their programs I feel extremely proud that my business is a Dog Kennel Sponsor.”
John Kessel, Owner of “The Mold Man”
“As a business owner I feel it is important to support your community and nonprofits that are working hard to do right. I learned so much about Cherryland Humane Society and all they do for the abused and neglected animals and the daily challenges they face and was shocked they receive NO outside funding, I knew that is the organization I needed to support. They run an amazing shelter and do it all with private/company donations and grants, that’s impressive. I would encourage everyone to look into Cherryland Humane Society and see how you could help them accomplish their difficult goals.”
Tim Hyland, Owner of Bay View Flooring
“Bay View Flooring is committed to their customers and the more I learned about all the changes that had been made by Cherryland Humane Society I realized they are as committed to the animals of our community. The challenges they face and the accomplishments they achieve on a daily basis continues to confirm my decision on being a Dog Kennel Sponsor, they are a great organization.”
Kathy Smith, Owner of Alpha Mail Inc
“My company, Alpha Mail Inc, has been involved with the Cherryland Humane Society for close to 20 years. I have watched the administration change over the years. In recent years, with the hiring of Heidi Yates as Executive Director, I have seen CHS take a breath and bring new life to the halls and kennels. AMi is a small company with limited funds for donations but CHS is at the top of the list as they are sincerely trying to make a better home for animals. It seems not to be as much about the money as a whole, but how the money will break down to help these beautiful beasts. I am so proud of our Cherryland Humane Society and will always donate money, food, and items to help them find homes for every dog, cat, etc brought through their doors. Sponsoring a kennel is just one small way to make a dog comfortable while they stay at CHS awaiting their forever home.”