Following guidelines from public health officials regarding containment of COVID-19, Oregon Humane Society (OHS) had to make the difficult decision to postpone Doggie Dash. Originally the event was scheduled for May 9.
While we may not be able to host the event now, OHS volunteers and my Team Highway To Home (H2H) look forward to reuniting for Doggie Dash once it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, you can still save lives to help homeless, neglected and abused pets, and OHS is counting on all of us more than ever.
About My TEAM HIGHWAY TO HOME (H2H). We are a group of dedicated volunteers from the OHS Second Chance Program who assist with the intake of animals transported to OHS from other shelters both in Oregon and out of state where they might otherwise be euthanized. There’s something about staying up late at night, unloading deserving critters off of a truck and then coaxing them from their crates to safety at OHS that creates an unbreakable bond. It is some of the most rewarding volunteer work I have ever done. We have donated about 6,000 hours a year to the shelter! Our H2H team is hosting many fundraising events here in Portland to help us reach our team donation goal.
While I’m busy with local fundraising, I also do lots of other shelter volunteer work. I am so happy to be helping these animals in need! And you can help, too.
From this page, you can make a safe and secure donation to help support animals. I am very grateful for your donation and can assure you first-hand that even the smallest donation makes a big difference.
Thank you for your support,
OHS found forever homes for more than 12,000 animals last year—and more than 8,000 came through the Second Chance program covering more than 78,000 miles! Plus OHS the only agency that has full-time humane investigators who fight animal abuse all over Oregon (more than 1,000 cases a year).