Volunteers and benefactors make MACS possible. Thank you to our volunteers for their faithful hard work throughout the year, spending weekends adopting animals at the satellite venues, fostering animals and all other support capacities.
Volunteers are needed at the following events:
On-site Pet adoptions—Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm
- Walking dogs
- Setting up/breaking down crates
- Cleaning crates
- Talking to prospective adoptive parents about adoption
- Taking applications for adoption
- Boat Cruise
- Pooch Prance
- Additional fundraisers as scheduled
A Special Thanks……
A very special thank you for some of the many people who make what we do possible!
To all of our volunteers, foster families, contributors, employees and friends. To everyone who has ever helped an animal in need, thank you for making this a be kind to animals world. The Michigan Anti-Cruelty Society would not be able to do our work without you.
A special thank you to the American School of Dog Grooming. You make our world a little cuter, one dog at a time!
Thank you to Shirley Julin at the Best Friends Dog Training School. Your tireless support has helped so many of us learn how to help our dogs truly become our “best friends.”
In loving memory of Shari West, one of our beloved foster moms whose generosity and love helped many animals find forever homes—2009.
Mr. George Gregory, for a lifetime of quiet contributions to aid and support the shelter—February 2008.
In loving memory of Sally Ann Mamo—2005.
Thank you for the Exam Table and Scale donated in memory of Irwin Goldfarb, a kind and generous friend of animals.
Thank you for the Heating and Air Conditioning dedicated in memory of Florence Goldfarb, a loving friend of animals.
In memory of Marjorie Devlieg, for her generosity and compassion for all animals in the world (2001).
In memory of Mary E Mellor, for deep appreciation of her generosity and compassion for animals (2001.
Thank you for the radiant heat system, in memory of Burton T Levy and his love of animals.
The building and kennels were presented to us by Evelyn Greenslade Stephens on October 15, 1949.