To forward our statewide animal protection mission, the Humane Society of Louisiana operates several chapters in communities around the state. These all-volunteer groups focus on a variety of programs, from cruelty investigations, animal rescue and pet adoptions, to spaying and neutering.
Our chapters provide critically needed services for animals in distress. They are a lifeline for abused, neglected and abandoned animals, particularly in communities where no other viable direct-care programs or shelters for animals exist.
In Louisiana’s poor, rural communities, there is little or no support or funding for animal protection work. That’s why we encourage caring citizens to operate under our umbrella, to help us save more animals in need, even in the most remote and under-served areas of our state.
All funds raised by our chapter volunteers stay in their communities, to directly fund animal rescue and care costs, while the donations of other HSL members support the costs of making these programs possible.
For more information on our chapters, please contact our coordinators in their respective communities. If you’d like info on starting a chapter in your own community, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TANGI HUMANE SOCIETY
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TANGIPAHOA PARISH WEBPAGE ON HSL’S SITE
The Tangipahoa chapter has grown into a separate, independent organization, although we share mutual interests and assist one another whenever possible.