Help Us Build Them a Better Future
 
New Scott County Humane Society Adoption Center  
 
UPDATE!   The site plans are completed and we have our encroachment permit and our construction stormwater permit.  Notice to proceed from Scott County Planning and Zoning has been issued on the building design and construction of the Center.  Authorization of interior and exterior finish work and a final completion date will depend on how quickly we raise the remaining funds.  
 
THE NEED: SCHS currently rents space in a strip mall for an adoption center. All of our dogs and most of our cats are in foster homes but we do keep some adoptable cats at our center. The center is also used to hold cats and dogs temporarily while waiting for a foster home to pick them up. Our current space is inadequate for our needs as it is too small, there is no isolation area for new or sick animals coming into our care and no place to temporarily house a dog. There also is no private space to have meet and greets for cats and dogs. Scott County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State and the time is now to build a suitable adoption center so we can help more homeless animals.
 
LAND IS PURCHASED!: Thanks to generous donations from the Dale & Lois Osier and Marie Hosie Estates, SCHS has purchased a 4.5 acre lot at 1376 Lexington Road in Georgetown for the construction of a new adoption center. Our Development Plan has been approved and features will include a large fenced area for dog exercise and covered caged outdoor rooms for cats to enjoy when the weather is nice. See site plan drawings below.  The total cost of constructing the new center is now about $1,200,000 due to recent building price increases. The great news is - we are well over halfway to our goal. Please help us build this important building with a donation today!
 
Any funds donated for this cause will be placed in a restricted account for the purpose of construction of the new adoption center.
 
KEY FEATURES FOR NEW
ADOPTION CENTER:
  • Separate areas for dogs, cats and small animals (Note: Dogs will return to foster homes in the evening, cats and small animals will remain overnight)
  • Dog meet and greet room
  • Temporary dog holding rooms
  • Several open cat rooms for smaller groups
  • Rooms to isolate new cats and sick cats
  • Inviting reception area
  • Multipurpose meeting room
  • Dog wash/grooming area
  • Laundry room
  • Dedicated room to dip and isolate cats with ringworm
  • Adequate office and storage space
  • See full site plan below

You can be a part of helping more homeless pets in Scott County! There are many naming opportunities available, and your donations will make this important space for the animals possible. Please donate today!

 Naming Opportunities:

Includes plaque on door of room or bench acknowledging donation, recognition on website and social media, e-newsletter story and invitation to Friends of SCHS Preview Night of new adoption center. 

Adoption Center Name:   SOLD
Meeting room:   SOLD
Medical room:   $50,000 donation
Dog and Cat Meet and Greet Rooms: (2 rooms available) $25,000 each
Cattery rooms:  (3 rooms available) $15,000 each - SOLD
Dog holding rooms:  (4 rooms available) $10,000 each
Small Animal adoption room:   (1 available) $10,000 

Four Benches   (2 in dog play area, 1 in outdoor cat area, 1 outside of building) $10,000 each

See donation button below or if you have any questions or would like to meet, contact Board Chair Bethany Giordano at 502-419-3238 or email schschairgiordano2023@gmail.com today!

Donor Recognition Levels:

Grand Champion Donor - $100,000 or more - includes recognition on website, listing on plaque in front lobby, social media post, signage inclusion at preview event, e-newsletter picture with caption. 

Best in Show Donor - $10,000 up to $100,000 - includes recognition on website, social media post, listing in e-newsletter and signage inclusion at preview event. 

Best of Breed Donor - $1,000 up to $10,000 - includes recognition on website and social media post plus invitation to Friends of SCHS Preview Night of new adoption center. 

Premier Donor – $250 up to $999  – includes recognition on website

Brick donations  (includes recognition on website and message on brick):
4”by 8” brick along front sidewalk or to create dog walk path  - $250
8”by 8” brick along front sidewalk or create dog walk path   - $500

 

Thank You Donors to Scott County Humane Society New Adoption Center as of May, 2022

Grand Champion Donor ($100,000 or more)

Dale & Lois Osier Estate (Adoption Center Naming Rights)

Joni Fowler & Family (Medical Treatment Room sponsor)

Best in Show Donors ($10,000 to $99,000)

Ball Homes, LLC (Dog area seating)

Brenda Moore Estate

Kristen and Timothy Lowry (One cat room)

Marie L. Housie Trust

Mike and Becky Crews (One cat room)

 

Best of Breed Donors($1,000 to $9,999)

Aubrie Jones

Bob & Pat Schneider

Caitlin Briggs

Carrie Thayer Cardwell and David Cardwell

Community Trust Bank

Connie Morse

Elizabeth Schulman

Elizabeth Trotter

Gregory Giles

Jeania & David Burge

Karen & Danny Strippelhoff

Kathleen & Phil Logsdon Family

Lisa Lucas

MacLellan Integrated Services Inc

Menasha Corporation Foundation

Patricia Tripp

Petco Love Foundation

Sue & Scott Weakley

Carol Weigand

 

  Click the donation button below to help fund our new adoption center!

If you prefer to write a check please make a note your donation is towards our building fund and mail to Scott Co. Humane Society, PO Box 821, Georgetown, KY 40324

Check out what we have raised so far!!!


 
 *as of November, 2023*

 
 
Our Development Plan as been approved and features will include a large fenced area for dog exercise and covered caged outdoor rooms for cats to enjoy when the weather is nice.