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Want to Make an Impact on Animals in Need?

Become a Caryl D. Philips Society Member Today!

The Caryl D. Philips Society (CPS) is a group of passionate and dedicated individuals who love animals and support the lifesaving work of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton through upper level membership contributions. CPS annual membership gift levels range from $1,000 to $10,000 or more.

CPS members receive a variety of benefits and exclusive privileges and serve as advocates for the animals in our care and the organization's mission to serve the community.

CPS gratefully acknowledges those individuals who, through their outstanding generosity, loyalty and commitment, have initiated or renewed their membership gift at one of the following levels during the previous year:

CPS Membership Levels

  • Bronze - $1,000
  • Silver - $1,500
  • Gold - $2,000
  • Platinum - $5,000
  • Diamond - $10,000

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Membership contributions are the lifeblood of our nonprofit organization, enabling us to continue to provide outstanding programs and services and to enhance the quality of life through relationships with pets throughout Dayton and the greater Miami Valley region. By becoming a member of the Caryl D. Philips Society, you will join a number of prominent area pet-lovers to ensure the continued stability and growth of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton's programs and services.

We would like to thank all of our 2013 CPS Members for their constant support of our organization. If you are interested in becoming a CPS member, contact Courtney Steckel at (937) 262-5923 or csteckel@hsdayton.org.


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Cruelty - HorseThe Humane Society of Greater Dayton defines neglect as failure to provide adequate food, water or shelter. The use of physical force sufficient to cause injury to an animal is abuse. Neglect or abuse is considered cruelty to animals, which is illegal in all 50 states. 

The Humane Society of Greater Dayton depends on the public to report any suspected case of animal cruelty. Write down all of the information you can; include details on the “who, what, where and when” of the situation, then contact us at 855-PETS-911 or fill out our online cruelty report.