Rooms for a Reason
May 1st, 2013
Stay in the heart of downtown at Embassy Suites Indianapolis Downtown or Conrad Indianapolis and feel good about giving back.
Pets: Stories and Safety
May 30th, 2013
Children ages 4 - 7 and an adult are invited as Humane Society staff share the basics of pet ownership.
Dog Communications Class
June 8th, 2013
Adults and families are invited as representatives from IndyHumane explain what your dog may be saying to you.
What should I do about stray cats in my neighborhood?
Should I feed stray cats? What can I do to help ferals?
Does my dog have separation anxiety?
My dog tears up my house while I'm away. Does he have separation anxiety?
How can I train my puppy to use the bathroom outside?
My puppy keeps pooping and peeing in my house. How can I housetrain my dog?
The Humane Society of Indianapolis maintains an active volunteer program, an integral part of our daily operations. As an independent non-profit organization, we and our animals rely on the assistance of caring and hard-working volunteers in all of our programs. You can volunteer in several ways:
Our foster families care for animals who aren’t ready for adoption. Most fostered animals stay in homes for two to six weeks, and include nursing mothers and their litters, young kittens, puppies, injured pets or animals needing socialization or time away from the shelter. Learn more.
If you're at least 16 years of age, our Shelter Volunteer Program is for you. Our devoted team of 200+ volunteers invests thousands of hours every year helping to care for the animals. Learn more.
The Adult Summer Program is for people at least 18 years of age. Learn more.
Need service hours for school, community groups, work groups, or for court-ordered community service hours? We may be able to help you while you help the animals. Learn more.
School, work, and community groups may volunteer at IndyHumane. Learn more.
There are a number of other ways you can assist the animals and staff at the Humane Society that don’t involve working at the shelter or with animals. You can even suggest your ideas! Learn more.
The Paws & Claws Club gives young people the opportunity to give their time and love to homeless animals at the Humane Society of Indianapolis.
Click Here to Become a Paws & Claws Club Member: 10-15 Year Olds.
Click Here to Become a Paws & Claws Club Mentor: 16-21 Year Olds.
Click Here to Become a Paws & Claws Club Camp Counselor: Must be at least 18 Years Old.
Pat's Paws is a service and mentoring program for high school students. Learn more.
Parent & Me Days give families the opportunity to volunteer their time and love to the animals at IndyHumane. Learn more.
This information center is for current IndyHumane Volunteers. Log in to the Volunteer Information Center.
The Center at 456 N. Holmes Avenue offers low-cost vaccines, flea and tick control, deworming, heartworm preventative, nail trimming and microchipping.Open
Monday, Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.