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August 2014

  • RK Dixon Make My Non Profit Run Better Contest!
    Posted: 8/22/2014
    Thank you to everyone who voted for us in the contest! You helped us get into the final round, but we did not have the votes needed to win. Still, we appreciate your time and effort in voting. Next year!
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  • HAHS Finalist in Technology Makeover Competition
    Posted: 8/4/2014
    The Hooved Animal Humane Society is pleased to announce that we were voted into the second round of the RK Dixon and Premier 2014 Make My Non-Profit Run Better contest!

    HAHS now has the opportunity to win up to $15,000 in an office technology makeover! The Hooved Animal Humane Society receives no federal or state support. We are totally dependent upon contributions from fund raising activities, membership donations, grants and endowment gifts. The majority of this money goes straight to the care of the animals, and, therefore, our office technology often goes without updating. We could use a technology makeover because our office technology is outdated and slow running.

    Our office equipment is important to us because we use it to run our investigation, fundraising, and education programs. Through our investigation program we have 25 investigators sponsored by HAHS and licensed by the Illinois Department of Agriculture. These investigators are called upon to investigate all kinds of cases involving abuse and neglect of hooved animals. Our fundraising program allows us to raise money for the hooved animals that remain in our care.

    Finally, our education program allows us to educate others about the proper treatment of hooved animals. For all of these programs, technology is essential as it is at the heart of our office operations.

    Voting starts 8am on Monday August 4th and ends Monday August 11th at 5pm. Supporters are encouraged to vote once a day by visiting www.MMNPRB.com and click on the Hooved Animal Humane Society!

    Check out our contest video at:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToDq9rCtEck

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