How Do We Fund Our Program?
Lake Norman Humane is a non-profit 501(c)3 animal rescue. We receive no government funding or subsidy. All our funds are generated from private donations, fundraisers, and small operational grants for medical needs. Every donation directly benefits the amazing animals of Lake Norman Humane. From one-time donations and donations of much needed items, to brick and kennel purchases; there are many ways to get involved and support Lake Norman Humane.
There are many ways you can help
Throughout the year Lake Norman Humane host several fundraisers. From small dinner nights to large Gala events. Every donation helps and all donations benefit our amazing animals.
Night for Paws
Join us Wednesday September 18th from 6-10 for a Night for Paws as we celebrate our new facility and the amazing animals of Lake Norman Humane. We will be hosting a silent and live auction with heavy hors d’oeuvres and pasta bar for dinner, open bar from 6-9 and cash bar from 9-10, with live music and raffles and so much more!
Tickets available for purchase @ lakenormanhumane.org
Children’s book reading/signing
Join us for a children’s book reading/signing on Tuesday September 24th at 5:00pm. Each family will receive an autographed copy of Harley the Throwaway Puppy, learn about the importance of rescue, meet and enjoy a reading from author, Elisabeth Davis, and learn more about Harley and his rescue brother Mo. There will even be a special appearance from an adoptable puppy through Lake Norman Humane.
Tickets are $10 per family and additional books will be available for purchase.
Contact Emily @ email@example.com to confirm your family’s spot today!
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Lake Norman Humane
2106 Charlotte Hwy
Mooresville, NC 28117
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Beebe accepted the position of Director of Operations for Lake Norman Humane in April 2017. Prior to her role in rescue she dedicated her life to Emergency Veterinary and Trauma Care with a specialty in exotic medicine. She currently resides in Terrell, NC with her wife Storm and their amazing daughter, Zoe. Together they run “Cajun Chicks” farm where they continue their passion for animals and care for their dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish (including freshwater sharks and lobsters), bird, tortoise, and chickens.