Become a Sponsor
One of the most meaningful ways you can contribute to saving lives is by sponsoring a kennel or other location in the shelter. When you become a sponsor, a personalized plaque will be placed on a kennel or other location of your choice for one year. A plaque can be personalized in your name, your company’s name, or in honor or memory of a beloved family member, special friend, or cherished pet and a picture or company logo can also be added. Your plaque will be seen by the thousands of people who visit our shelter annually. In addition, you’ll have the pride of knowing that you are supporting an organization that protects and cares for approximately 6,000 homeless animals each year!
Sponsorships are available for $1,500 per year. Payments can be made monthly ($125/month) or annually. We also have Co-Sponsorships for $750 per year or (12) $62.50 monthly payments. Co-Sponsors will have their own plaque but will share a kennel or location with other co-sponsors. By becoming a sponsor, you help us offer a second chance to homeless pets, providing them with shelter, health care, and an opportunity to be adopted into a permanent, loving home. Your gift of sponsorship is also tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. A limited number of locations are available for sponsorship, so reserve yours today!
How to Become a Sponsor
1) Complete our Sponsorship Form
2) You can e-mail your completed form to us, or mail to:
ATTN: Donor Relations Coordinator
Maui Humane Society
PO Box 1047
Puunene, HI 96784
If you have any questions, please contact our Donor Relations Coordinator at (808) 877-3680 ext. 240 or email email@example.com.
Mahalo to our 2019 Sponsors:
Anne & Larry Stevens: Forever in our hearts – Buddy
Leslie Mullens, PlayBook Consulting Group
Ronald & Eileen Krause: Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever
Kellen & Kelcee: Life is better with a dog.
David & Andrea Hayes: With Mahalo to MHS and honoring Nani (MHS Alum) and Limerick
Mary Jane Kramer: Pepe, Julio, Poli & Chicky Kramer
David & Helen: In loving memory of Patrick, MHS Alumnus
Trudy & Mason Williams: In loving memory of Abbey, Kayla, and Lynley. You left pawprints on our hearts.
The Hagen Ladies: In loving memory of Karl Hagen–how lucky are we to continue the legacy he left behind
Wailea Builders: In honor of all dogs who have gone before us, most especially those anywhere who felt they went unloved–with warm Aloha, the Knox Pups
The Leis Family Foundation: In honor of all the pets we’ve loved during our 67 years of marriage
Pooping Pooches: Helping dogs in need one poop at a time
In loving memory of Officer Austin Perreira, ACO 10. Our “gentle giant” – your smile lit up the room & you will forever live in our hearts. Your love, dedication, and compassion for all animals in need will never be forgotten.
Kathleen & Robert Bates: LOVE lives here and gives the HOPE of a second chance to find the PEACE and JOY of a forever home.
Tere Patterson and Motoki: In loving memory of my husband, Jim “Kimo” Patterson, March 14, 2013, and Lakota, our chocolate labrador, November 6, 2010
Ken & Lisa: In loving memory of our Kona Girl
Roya Deyhim & James Silvani
Debra & Steve Pestrack: Zorro, Astro and Max you’ll always be in our heart.
Sandra Brissette: Thank you Officer D. Riggs & staff for keeping our pets safe!
Jane Ehnot & Kendra Finger: Mahalo! Buddy Finger
Mike and Carrie: In loving memory of Abby the PoohBear & Connor the WiddleGuy
Nancy Willis, Carole Willis & Alice Bennett: In loving memory of Rose Sherry “Meme” Becker. She never met a dog that she didn’t like or want to help, and she gave us our endless love of animals. Love Alice, Carole & Nancy
Nancy Brouillet & Mark Favrow: In remembrance of our beautiful loving golden girl, Kihei
Jeane Garthe – Volunteer, Sedona, AZ: I can’t resist a feline face
Kihei Rent-a-Car: Adopt–they will love you for it!
Dorothy Nakama: In memory of Jim Nakama
Mara and Boris: In memory of Georgie
John Flint – Flint Stone & Tile: Pets are a gift we only get to borrow for a short while. Let’s treat them like (Angels).
Zahra and Zan Ali: In loving memory of Mokie
In Honor of Dr. Judy Aikawa: Thank you for your love and compassion for the animals of Maui Humane Society. You have helped save countless numbers of animals in your 9 years and we thank you for your dedication.
Madeline Callahan: In loving memory of “The King” Reilly Cheddar III
Coconut’s Fish Café: Named in memory of our beloved coconut. He was adopted from MHS and moved into our furrever home and hearts. He was loved by our ohana and become the namesake of our restaurant Coconut’s Fish Cafe.
By all Animal Lovers: In memory of Ari, Kona, and all others that have left our sides, but not our hearts.
Leslie Ann Yokouchi
Peter Gehring: “All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” – Charles M Schulz
The R.E.A.P. Foundation: Richard Buckley, President
Each Foundation: To EACH Their Own