The links below are provided to help you, our supporters, clients and members of the public, learn more about the Connecticut Humane Society and its corporate practices.
Board of Directors
Meet the members of our Board of Directors.
Meet the members of our executive team.
Donor Bill of Rights
The Connecticut Humane Society wants to assure you that you have rights when you support pets in need. Read more here.
2015 Annual Report...MORE
2016 Annual Report...MORE
2017 Annual Report...MORE
Conflict of Interest Policy
It is the policy of the Connecticut Humane Society (hereinafter the “Society”) that its voting directors (excludes Emeritus Directors), officers and employees maintain the highest moral and ethical standards and avoid conflicts of interests in conducting their business activities. MORE
Employees, directors and officers of the Society are encouraged to report to the Executive Director good faith and credible information about. MORE
Records Retention and Destruction Policy
The Connecticut Humane Society sets guidelines on the retention of records which are designed to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, to eliminate accidental or innocent destruction of records and to facilitate Society operations by promoting efficiency and freeing up valuable storage space. MORE
Executive Director Compensation
The Board of Directors determines the Executive Director’s compensation annually. It is based on performance, goals achieved, and comparison to independent source data regarding compensation paid by other non-profit organizations of similar size and complexity.
Connecticut Humane Society Shelter Operating Statistics
Learn about the most recent quarterly and annual animal sheltering statistics.