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Calendar of Events

See what’s happening at (and for) Bond County Humane Society

Your participation in these events will benefit the temporarily homeless pets in our care.

Do you have an idea for a fundraiser? Do you have experience organizing a fundraiser? Does your family, club or class want to help raise money to support Bond County Humane Society? Let us know!

BCHS does not receive funding assistance from the city, county, state or any other organization... Especially NOT the Humane Society of the United States! BCHS is totally dependent on membership dues, donations, grants and fundraisers to help the animals.

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.

Upcoming Events

Volunteers are still needed for all events. Please call (618) 664-4068 or email bchs4pets@sbcglobal.net to sign up.

Adoption “Meet & Greet” Days

Adoption “Meet & Greet” Days are 11:00am - 3:00pm on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Saturdays (skipping major holidays) at Fairview Heights, Illinois Petco Store at Hwy 159 & Hwy 50 (near the I-64 interchange).
We will conduct adoptions by appointment at our Shelter Office - 2510 S. Elm St, Greenville. Adoption days may vary depending on availability of adoption staff.

Membership Meetings

Membership Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of every month starting at 7:30 pm at our conference room inside our Shelter & Business Office - 2510 South Elm Street, Greenville. Please watch our Facebook page for any changes or additional notices. All members and potential members are welcome. If this is your first meeting, you may want to call and confirm time/location.


Garage Sale - Friday & Saturday, Oct TBD, 2022

orange cat excited about a yard sale

Stay tuned for info about donating your gently used and useful items (no clothing or large appliances, sorry) to our upcoming Fall Garage Sale at Bond County Humane Society’s shelter! Contact Mickey or the BCHS office 618-664-4068, bchs4pets@sbcglobal.net


Paws In The Park Cancelled for 2022: Cite Lack of Event Volunteers

 Bond County Humane Society (BCHS) has made the difficult decision not to hold the 18th Annual Paws in the Park event this year. “It was a very difficult decision to make,” leaders of the society said, “since we depend on the income from the event to continue our mission of saving homeless, neglected, and abandoned cats and dogs.”
 A lack of volunteers to organize, set up, and conduct the event was the primary reason for cancelling. That, along with a decline in attendance at last year’s event, prompted the decision. In the past, Paws in the Park has featured dog contests, costume parade, nail trimming, vendor booths, silent auction, food, and demonstrations of K-9 Search & Recovery. The event would draw more than 350 participants and guests throughout the day. It is the hope of BCHS that Paws in the Park will return in September 2023.
 Donations are appreciated to help Bond County Humane Society cover the expenses associated with their lifesaving mission, as well as promoting awareness and education which allow animals and humans to come together for the benefit of both. As BCHS is an approved 501c3 non-profit, your donation may be tax-deductible. Donors may make one-time or monthly financial gifts by check, credit card through Paypal, Facebook fundraisers; or make purchases from BCHS’s Chewy.com and Amazon.com online wish lists. People may also give in honor or in memory of a person, pet, or occasion. Many employers will match charitable donations, increasing the impact of your gift, so check with your company first. Find all the donation details.


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.