A POB 95, Kempton, IL 60946 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals, birds, horses, farm-type animals.
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We are a fall 2010 established grassroots Illinois based all volunteer non profit organization. We are not affiiated with any national organizations. We aim to provide a wide variety of services and resources to the public. Thes include statewide community partnerships and multiagency coalitions, establishment of a food/suppy bank program, equine support services, promotion of spay-neuter programs, neglected and abused animal support services, various transportation services, a foster care program, and sponsoring of humane investigators. The Humane Society of Illinois offers it's benefits to everyone who needs and applies for them. There are no obstacles in the way of those who need the services offered by the organization, such as residency requirements or membership fees. Our limitations will only be due to available resources. Mr. Kernica established the Humane Society of Illinois and is a proud Desert Storm combat veteran. He holds an MBA from Roosevelt University - Chicago and is a lifelong animal lover. Mr. Kernica truly believes in equal opportunity and that in the spirit of philanthropy, we as a community can strive to support one another for the common good, regardless of social, economic or other historical divisions. He believes that true charity has no boundaries and therefore hopes that the Humane Society of Illinois will spearhead a statewide call to integration and a fruitful movement towards animal welfare initiatives.
Goals & what we strive for:
Partnering with the community to assist low income individuals animal welfare needs in order to prevent neglect, abandonment or relinquishment. Emphasis on food distribution and the creation of a sustainable food and supply bank with a target goal of disaster relief support capabilities.
Create coalitions with other organizations, rescue groups, and animal controls in order to broaden advocacy efforts.
Focusing on equine rescue coordination and transportion
Encouraging the spay and neuter of animals to ensure the numbers of unwanted animals be kept to a minimum.
Arranging transport of animals to low-cost spay-neuter facilities.
Coordinating rescue, shelter and medical care for neglected or abused animals.
Assisting with the management of feral cat colonies.
Arranging transport of animals from high overpopulation areas to high adoption areas.
Targeting recognized high need groups such as bully breeds.
Promote volunteerism thru fostering animals in homes.
Sponsoring humane investigators
Come meet our pets, by appt. only.