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    Thursday, Jul 24 All Day
    Saturday, Jul 26 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Thursday, Jul 31 All Day
    Thursday, Aug 7 All Day

     

    Franklin County Humane Society
    30 Sunset Meadow
    St. Albans, VT 05478

    (802) 524-9650
    fax: (802) 527-2450
    info@franklincountyhumane.org
    www.franklincountyhumane.org
    Open Tues-Sat 11am-4pm
    Closed Sundays & Mondays


    Donation for a Quote

    "Donation for Quote" program. Every time someone gets an auto or home insurance quote only (not a policy), we will donate $10 per quote. It's a fundraiser to raise money for FCHS without people having to pay out of their own pockets. Contact me for your free Quote: jim.moran@libertymutual.com and my mobile number is 802-881-1345.

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    Our Mission

    Franklin County Humane Society promotes the health, welfare and humane treatment of animals in Northwestern Vermont by providing temporary shelter for them with the ultimate goal of finding them good, permanent homes within the community.

    Our History

    FCHS was originally established in 1964 by several area residents who wanted to help the growing numbers of abused animals in their community. Over the next 32 years the shelter would move from Castle Farm in Fairfield to the old Yandow Farm in Saint Albans, an old house on Woods Hill Road in Swanton, an old barn on Parsons Avenue in Saint Albans Town, and then the Air Force Base on Bellevue Hill in Saint Albans. It wasn’t until 1996 when the shelter made its way to its current location at 30 Sunset Meadow in Saint Albans City. The 3500 square foot building was intended to comfortably house approximately 23 dogs and 30 cats; numbers which more often than not are exceeded.

    Franklin County Humane Society has grown from a totally volunteer effort by a small group of concerned residents to an incorporated 501 ©3 non-profit organization that is privately owned and receives no government funding. The future of FCHS depends totally on caring, generous individuals to ensure its ability to shelter these animals until they can find their rightly deserved loving permanent homes.

     

    FCHS Board of Directors

    President:
    Adam Fitzgerald
    Vice President:
    Michael Wasco
    Treasurer:
    Bob Cole
    Secretary:
    Virginia Holiman
    Director:
    Sara Monell, Jean Koegler,Dorothy Hilliker

     

    FCHS STAFF

    Shelter Director:
    Rusty Posner Ext. 12
    Email
    Finance/Donations:
    Ext. 11
    Email
    Front Desk & Cats:
    Linda Corwell Ext. 10
    Email
    Animal Care:
    Jennifer Hilliker, Mike Scott,
    Karla White, & Rose Barber