Annual Membership fees are as of August 2014
- $1,000.00 Lifetime
- $100.00 Corporation / Organization
- $50.00 Family
- $30.00 Individual
- $15.00 Senior (60 and older) / High School or College Student
Print and mail in the Annual Membership Form with appropriate check or money order, or make a secure online payment through PayPal then mail in Annual Membership Form. PayPal does charge a nominal fee for their services, for larger amounts a check would be preferable.
Please make CHECKS payable to Bond County Humane Society (or BCHS) and mail to:
Bond County Humane Society
2510 S. Elm Street
Greenville, IL 62246
Memberships are renewed in the first part of every calendar year. We are always trying to increase our membership so if you know someone who loves animals and wants to help, please tell them to call (618) 664-4068. We will be glad to send them a membership application.
Benefits of Membership Include:
- Foster home opportunities
- Semi-annual newsletter
- Volunteer opportunities
- Membership meetings and special events
- Annual Financial Report
Membership meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of every month starting at 7:30pm at our conference room inside our new Cat Shelter & Business Office (2510 South Elm Street, Greenville). Please watch our Facebook page for changes or additional meeting notices.
BCHS is a Private, Independent Entity
Bond County Humane Society (BCHS) is a primarily volunteer organization operating solely on membership dues, donations, fundraisers and grants and receives NO funding from city, county, state or federal governments, or any other private organization. We provide food, shelter, medical treatment and loving care until homeless animals can find their forever home. BCHS is an independent entity not financially affiliated with nor financially supported by Humane Society of the United States. We need your direct local support to continue our efforts in helping the animals of Bond County, Illinois. Together we can all make a difference. BCHS is a no-kill animal shelter and an IRS approved 501(c)3 charitable organization so all donations are tax deductible in accordance with IRS guidelines.
Volunteer as a BCHS Officer
Join our membership and volunteer to serve as an officer! We have great fun and make lifelong friendships while performing our mission to save and find loving responsible homes for adoptable pets, reduce pet overpopulation, and increase awareness for the welfare of pets in our communities.
Open officer positions include:
- Vice President — Volunteers
- Vice President — Membership
- Vice President — Grants
- Foster Homes Manager
In order for BCHS to fulfill its mission it takes a lot of effort on the part of many people. If you would like to start participating more actively, please do not hesitate any longer. Call or email or come to one of our members meetings (1st Wednesdays 7:30pm at our conference room in our new Cat Shelter Building, 2510 South Elm Street.) Plus, please watch our Facebook page for changes or additional meeting notices. We can’t hardly wait to meet you and introduce you to the leadership team!