Beartooth Humane Alliance

Beartooth Humane Alliance

Nonprofit
Beartooth Humane Alliance

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A large part of our organization’s success may be attributed to the support we receive from the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation. There are no better words to describe them other than “valued Partner”. RLACF provides us with the resources most often found only in larger communities and which serve to strengthen our non profit organization. They work hard to provide professional managerial training specifically focused on the non-profit sector, serve as a conduit for community collaborations, make meeting space and other resources available to area non-profits, and of course, enables financial support to all participating non profits through it’s first class event, Red Lodge Fun Run for Charities. The financial support gained from this event allows our organization to focus precious human resources on providing more community services and less on fundraising efforts. We are grateful to have this dynamic organization devoted to the success of area non profit agencies servicing our rural communities. Diane Zook, President, BHA

Mission
Beartooth Humane Alliance assists the people and animals of Carbon County, Montana by helping companion animals in need, promoting responsible animal care through education, providing solutions to dog and cate over population, and serving as an animal welfare resource.
Use of Funds
Beartooth Humane Alliance has received $15,707.76 from the 2010 Fun Run. These funds are utilized for several different purposes to assist companion animals in Carbon County.

Impact
Another primary mission of BHA is to teach youth pet responsibility while promoting kindness and compassion towards all living things. To that end, BHA hired Sarah Harris as Humane Education and Outreach Director to develop and implement humane education programming throughout the Carbon County school system and to formulate collaborations with area youth organizations for the same purpose.

Volunteer Opportunities

Foster Homes for Homeless Pets

 

 

(406) 446-3500