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Donate with children’s book purchase

The Sammy Shelter Project is assisting the Kankakee County Humane Foundation with the sale of children’s book, “Sammy Sparrow’s First Flight,” by Tracy Ahrens (Momence, Il.).

Order “Sammy Sparrow’s First Flight” through the author’s website and $2 will be donated to Kankakee County Humane Foundation.

In “Sammy Sparrow’s First Flight,” (Guardian Angel Publishing; Dec. 25, 2014; ages 2-8, $9.95) a young sparrow named Sammy quickly learns why parents set rules. He was told not to fly alone at night.

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Life = $250
Family = $30
Individual = $20
Senior (age 62+) = $10
Corporate/business = $250

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Kennel Club

The Kennel Club is an annual giving club that helps support KCHF’s efforts of rescuing, vetting and placing homeless animals into new loving forever homes. Each year KCHF experiences a shortfall between our income and our expenses. Our projected budget for 2014 is $250.000. By joining the Kennel Club as a supporter, you are showing your concern for the welfare of homeless animals that need our help. That concern is expressed in an annual gift of $100 or more. Supporters of the Kennel Club will learn first hand how their gifts make a significant impact on the animals’ lives...


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KCHF Shelter Needs

shelter needsOur on-going needs are just that, on-going. If you find any of these items at a good price and you wonder if it's currently needed at the shelter, you can assume that it probably is.

The Kankakee County Humane Foundation is a non-profit, no-kill Shelter that promotes the prevention of animal cruelty through rescue, spay/neuter, veterinary care, and the responsible adoption of homeless animals in Kankakee County.