Enjoy people treats, dog treats, and meet awesome volunteers
Nassau Humane Society Gala raised over $35K in event donations and sponsorships, and also received a $15K donation to begin a new animal care fund, WAGS.
Nassau Humane Society is holding their first Spring Fashion Show, March 19th at their store in the 8 Flags Shopping Center.
The Nassau Humane Society is looking to add to their team of volunteers. One area you can help is at our Second Chance store.
Rotary club members learned about the features of the new building and all the services the Humane Society provides to city and county residents.
Volunteer to help ensure the homeless animals in our community receive love and compassion while waiting for their forever homes.
The Nassau Humane Society will host Parade of Paws on Saturday, December 6 at the Old Railroad Depot in downtown Fernandina Beach.
Capacity for dogs has increased by 150%, from 25 kennels to 64. The new cattery has additional space in the open cattery for the 40-50 cats in our care
We expect over 500 guests from our community to attend Pasta for Paws who are dedicated supporters of animal rescue and adoption.
NHS could not provide the care and love to our shelter animals without the dedication and support from their wonderful volunteers.
Between taste-size bites of food and sips of wine or beer, guests can head into an adjoining courtyard for a visit with some furry friends from the shelter.
Nassau Humane Society is partnering with restaurants in historic FURnandina Beach for a fundraiser that pairs food with wine or beer.
For a $100 donation, a brick will be engraved and installed at the new Animal Rescue Center in Nassau County.
The Nassau Humane Society, a no-kill animal shelter, is proud to welcome Kelly Monti as the newest addition to their staff.
Nassau Humane Society hosts the 14th Annual Parade for Paws on Saturday, December 7th in downtown Fernandina Beach.