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HSTC is a volunteer organization and we are not affiliated with any local, state, or federal government agencies.  We rely solely on fundraisers and donations to support our organization.   We are always in need of monetary donations to pay for food, shelter and medical care for our pets.  If you would like to make a monetary donation, you may do so through pay-pal below or mail a check to HSTC PO Box 311 Dawson, GA  39842.  Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and we are happy to provide a receipt upon request.   We (and the pets) greatly appreciate any donation.

We gladly accept any pet related items, such as dog and cat food, doghouses, fencing, leashes, collars, flea and tick prevention, heartworm prevention, kitty litter, toys, treats and bedding of any kind. 

It is our goal to someday have a no-kill animal sanctuary so that we may save as many homeless pets as possible.  Therefore, donations of building supplies and materials of any kind and labor would bring us much closer to making this dream become a reality.

HSTC is a registered charity with  If you shop online, please consider registering at and selecting the Humane Society of Terrell County as your charity.  It is a completely free service that has partnered with hundreds of retailers to donate portions of purchases made online to non-for-profit charities.  We receive a check from each quarter from any online purchases made by those who have registered and selected us at and again, it is absolutely free with “no strings” attached.   

A bequest in your will or living trust is an uncomplicated way to give to us and make your love of animals a legacy.  A bequest may take several forms. It can be specific sum, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder of your estate after expenses and gifts to loved ones. Bequests can include cash, securities, real estate, houses, and personal property such as valuable collections, art, or jewelry.  Living trusts are a popular choice because the terms of a living trust, unlike a will, can be put into effect immediately upon your death, bypassing probate and keeping the terms private.  If you are interested in this type of giving, please check with your estate planner or tax advisor for more information.

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