Donate

Your tax-deductible donation will save lives. We welcome your donations; stop by the shelter and see us in action. Our Tax ID number is 93-6002316.

Donate Online:

We've made donating to help the animals easy because you may now donate online! Use your Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit card on our secure site.

Donate by Mail:

Simply fill out this form and send your donation by mail. We recognize cash, memorial, honorary gifts, and bequest gifts. If you wish to make a tribute gift, please let us know who you would like to honor or remember. Your tribute gift may be for a person or a beloved pet.

Thank you. Your gift will save an animal's life

Come by the Shelter:

We’re located at 1901 SE 24th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97123.

Donate Your Vehicle:

Donate your car, truck, RV, boat or other vehicle to our Cars Fur Care program. Read about the program and fill out the form to help the shelter's Animal Medical Fund.

Remember the Animals in Your Estate Planning

Leaving a bequest to the Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter not only leaves a legacy in your name, but it also increases our success in saving animals' lives. Whether you designate your bequest to our greatest need, to the Aurora Fund, or to help us remodel and expand our building in the future, every dollar of your gift stays here.

Here's one of our most recent bequests.

Legacy helps the animals

Susan Irwin with dog

If you ever had the pleasure of knowing Susan Irwin, former Washington County Director of Health & Human Services, you'd know how much she loved animals and how much she enjoyed giving. Susan worked tirelessly and gave wise counsel as the Director for over 13 years, overseeing public health and human services to children, adults, veterans, and seniors. Several years before passing away due to a battle with cancer, she accepted the responsibility of leading animal services. 

"Losing Susan, who was not only an inspirational leader but also a friend, and then receiving her $5,000 bequest is truly bitter-sweet," says Susan Field, public affairs officer. "Susan just keeps giving and her legacy will help many animals in our care." 

According to her brother John Latkovich, "She loved life and was such a whole person, balancing her profession with her family and her dogs." On behalf of our staff and the 7,000 animals that find refuge at our shelter each year, we thank Susan for her generous gift.