What's Going On
2015 Calendar Fundraiser
Our 2015 calendar pages have been filled with your photos and sent to the printer! We will have them in October to sell...stayed tuned for more details.
Yankee Candle Fundraiser
We are having another Yankee Candle fundraiser going on now until October 17th! We are selling out of the Fall catalog and orders will be in by Thanksgiving. If you would like take a catalog and order forms to sell to your friends / family / etc, please let us know!
If you would like to put in an order, but do not want to sell, we also have a catalog & order forms at the shelter.
12th Annual Black Cat Event
Saturday, October 25th, starting at 6pm at The Main Place on Main Street in Hornell. There will be a buffet dinner and music by Shepard Pi. Tickets are $25 and are available at the shelter.
The Black Cat Event is our opportunity to recognize people and businesses in the community whose efforts have been instrumental in helping our shelter animals.
This is a fun-filled event with raffles, music, food and good company!
This year's event is dedicated in loving memory of Jillian Andolina.
November 8th - Basket Auction & Vendor Fair
This year's Basket Auction / Vendor Fair will be on Saturday, November 8th from 10am - 4pm at the Canisteo Legion (61 West Main Street in Canisteo). There will be over 100 themed baskets!
The Basket Auction will also be going on the week before the main event...from November 3rd- 7th it will be set up at Maple City Dodge in Hornell, where you can buy tickets and put in for the baskets. (Then on Saturday it will be moved to the Canisteo Legion)
If you are interested in putting together a themed basket for this event, please let us know!
We will also be having the Holiday Vendor Fair going on at the Canisteo Legion during the Basket Aucion from 10am - 4pm (November 8th)
If you would like to be a vendor for this event, click on the link below to print off the vendor application...
Christmas Party for the Animals
Saturday, December 6th at the shelter. Come on down for our Christmas party and bring a gift for the animals to put under our tree!
The orientation is on a Powerpoint presentation here at the shelter and it takes about 10 minutes to go through. You can go through the orientation any day during business hours, and once you've watched the presentation, you can volunteer as often as you'd like, any day that we're open!
Used Clothing Drop-Off Shed
We now have a shed to the right of our building to collect donations of clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes and stuffed toys. These items will then be collected by St. Pauly Textile Inc. and we will receive money from the items taken. Your donations of these items are greatly appreciated because they will be sent to people who can use it them all over the world. You can even receive a tax deduction for your donation - receipts are on the shed. To help keep your donations clean and dry, please put them in plastic bags. Items that are NOT accepted are rags, fabric scraps, pillows, toys or household goods.
Animal Note Cards
Photography by Jenna Leaman / An assortment of cards are available for sale at the shelter / $2 per card.
Dirty Dog Bath
Does your "dirty dog" need a bath? For $20, we will shampoo, dry and brush your dog. We also offer nail trims for $5. To make an appointment, give us a call at 324-1270.
We are now offering micro-chipping at our shelter for $30. If you would like to have your dog micro-chipped, just call us at 324-1270 to make an appointment.
Returnable Bottles / Cans
We will gladly take your returnable bottles and cans off your hands! Drop them off at the shelter on Industrial Park Road.
In Lieu of Donation - Having a hard time trying to figure out what to buy that one person for a
Birthday / Christmas / etc present? Make a donation to the shelter in their name and they will receive a card from us notifying them of your donation. Please provide their name and address so we can
send them a card!
For after hours emergencies: Call: 607-968-0012
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The vision of the Hornell Area Humane Society is to be the premier independent and community-funded shelter providing compassionate care, education, and serving as a community resource encouraging responsible pet ownership.
The mission of the Hornell Area Humane Society is to provide safe housing for animals without homes, reunite owners with lost pets, provide a comprehensive adoption program, and reduce pet overpopulation.