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Kids Can Help

Are you a student, scout group or classroom looking for ways to help animals? There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of animals at WHS and in our community.

Crafts for Critters

There are all sorts of crafty ways that you can help animals! Make fleece blankets or plush toys for the cats and dogs at the Wisconsin Humane Society. Use your creative side to come up with more ideas to create more toys, beds, or snuffle mats to help our companion animals at WHS.

Hold a Fundraiser or Themed Wish List Drive!

You and your friends, classmates, or neighbors can start your own fundraiser or wish list drive to collect much-needed supplies for the Wisconsin Humane Society. From bake sales to wish list drives, or even an online fundraiser, there are dozens of ways you can put your creativity to work for animals. Choose from a theme below or check out our entire wish list here

Questions? Contact Meredith at mkopca@wihumane.org.

BusyKid App

BusyKid isn’t just a chore app. It’s an advanced financial system where children can easily learn, save, share, spend and invest real allowance from the palm of their hand. Don’t you wish you had this as a kid? BusyKid is designed to use modern technology to help children develop into adults with a strong work ethic and sense of what it means to be responsible and financially smart.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the BusyKid app!

Once your child is ready to donate any amount of their earnings, CLICK HERE

Youth Programs at WHS

The Wisconsin Humane Society offers a wide variety of programs for young people who love animals, from camps and kids' nights to scouting events and teen volunteer positions.

Learn more here!

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Hope's Lights

Please help us kick off the season of giving with a gift to Hope's Lights. You can purchase a light in honor or memory of a beloved companion animal, person, or even a wild animal. Every gift helps animals in need.