ASPCA is Matching Donations to the New Road Ahead Up to $250,000

Exterior shot of OHS Community Veterinary Hospital

Help Us Reach the Finish Line

The ASPCA is matching donations up to $250,000 to help Oregon Humane Society complete the New Road Ahead expansion project.

The Road to the Finish Line

By donating over $2 million already, the ASPCA has supported Oregon Humane Society’s New Road Ahead expansion project since its inception in 2016. We are currently at 98% of our fundraising goal, with just $1 million left to raise to cross the finish line. With the ASPCA’s $250,000 matching donation, each dollar donated through Dec. 31, 2022 will have twice the impact.  

The New Road Ahead project is the most ambitious expansion in OHS’ 154-year history and paved the way for the newly opened Community Veterinary Hospital (CVH), Behavior and Rescue Center (BRC) and Animal Crimes Forensic Center.

The Community Veterinary Hospital offers preventive, wellness, and urgent care services to the public as well as dental care and spay & neuter services.

The Behavior and Rescue Center will offer expanded housing for animals affected by natural and man-made disasters. It will also offer a dedicated space for shelter dogs who need behavior rehabilitation prior to adoption.

The Animal Crimes Forensic Center is a state-of-the-art facility that will analyze and store evidence used to bring animal abusers to justice.  

Donate to the New Road Ahead campaign by Dec. 31 and have your impact doubled!