A New Place to Call Home
With frigid weather approaching, 101 dogs and cats were living outside with little protection from the dangerous weather. But supporters like you made sure HSMO arrived just in time to help these vulnerable animals.
Careful Planning Leads to HSMO Support
Rosemarie and her husband, Albert, lived simply. When Albert passed away, Rosemarie threw herself into her life-long loves of music, dancing and animals. Through careful planning, Rosemarie provided for her pets in her estate along with including a distribution to the Humane Society of Missouri.
Family Honors Ralph’s Love for People and Pets
Barbara Lowenbaum knew how much her late husband, Ralph, loved his beloved dog, Benny. It’s why she established the Lowenbaum Pets for Seniors Fund at HSMO.
A Window Into Puppy Philanthropy
Philanthropy means different things to different people. To Laurie Livingston, a longtime Humane Society of Missouri volunteer, philanthropy means to give back through time, money, conversation or through one's actions.
The Time Is Now
If there was ever a time to be inspired to take action, now is that time. Your generous contributions have allowed the Humane Society of Missouri to continue offering essential programs during these uncertain financial times. Thanks to gifts from supporters like you, we can give second chances to thousands of animals that have been abused, abandoned or surrendered to us.
St. Louis Teacher Remembers Family Through Generous Gifts
Carol Hohenberger grew up in south St. Louis and, like most young girls, had a deep love for horses. She took English riding classes at the stable next door to Grant's Farm and eventually graduated to jumping lessons. Lessons ended, however, when she fell and cracked some ribs. Even though lessons were over, Carol's love for animals never waned.
Alitz Tucholko: A Gift From the Heart
When one first meets Alitz Tucholko two things strike you: her charming accent and her warm, inviting manner. Alitz’s warm personality matches her warm heart and the compassion she feels for all living things.
Dianne Carlile Gives Far-Ranging Support
Growing up in Ipswich, England, which is 60 miles northeast of London, Dianne Carlile was not around many animals. Although her mother did not have the same affinity for animals as Dianne, she did allow her daughter to have one cat as a young girl.