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HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY ANNUAL REPORT

JULY 1, 2019 - JUNE 30, 2020

ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020


The bond we share with our animals is unlike any other we have. Our pets give us unconditional love and companionship, providing mental, emotional and physical support during all of life’s moments. They ask for nothing but compassion and kindness in return. Helping to preserve the human-animal bond is central to the Hawaiian Humane Society’s mission. Our work to support this bond begins well before an animal comes into our shelter. To be successful, we need to be out in the community, where the animals and people are, working hard to connect with those struggling to care for their animals, or with those who are trying their best but who are overwhelmed with too many pets. We need to work with those who love their pets, but who don’t have a shelter of their own. We must be there, where the greatest need is, with empathy, creativity, tenacity, and support. And now, in the midst of a pandemic, these truths are reinforced for us. We are reminded that we are part of a large community of animal lovers, who step up to provide emergency foster homes, to adopt, to give, to volunteer, to pass better laws, to defend their rights in court, to fly them across the ocean to new homes, to help lost pets reunite, and community cats to be cared for. In this year of change and challenge, we are grateful to be part of a community that wins so many victories for the animals. You allow us to do that and we are so very appreciative of your support. With much aloha,

Ginny Tiu 2019-2020 Board Chair

Anna Neubauer President & CEO

BOARD OF DIRECTORS July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020

Ginny Tiu CHAIR

Tim Brauer VICE CHAIR

Mike Ching TREASURER

Rebecca “Becki” Ward SECRETARY

Eric Ako, DVM Gina Woo Anonuevo Robert H. Armstrong Robert R. Bean Shelley Cramer John C. Dean Nick Dreher Elisia Flores Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Elizabeth Rice Grossman

Pam Jones Mi Kosasa Susan Kosasa Stephen B. Metter David Y. Okabe Melissa Teves Pavlicek Lawrence D. Rodriguez Virginia Weinman Rick Zwern


MISSION To promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals.

FISCAL YEAR 2020 HIGHLIGHTS July 24 August 17

Clear The Shelter results in 104 adoptions in one day

October 13

Pet Block Paina brings together more than 4,000 people to celebrate pets

October 23

Hawaiian Humane welcomes new President & CEO Anna Neubauer

December 18

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Hawaiian Humane celebrates 136 years of service

Hawaiian Humane adds a fourth day to Community Spay/Neuter Clinic

January 29

Bill 59 Animal Welfare Bill passes City Council

Mid-March

COVID-19 closures begin and emergency response efforts across all programs launch

June 1

Pet Food Bank response to community need exceeds 29,000 pounds of food provided

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WELCOMING ALL ANIMALS We are committed to being a resource for O’ahu’s animals and treating each animal in our care humanely and with compassion. During Fiscal year 2020 we made many changes to help us save lives including increasing our Veterinary Services staff so we can do more life-saving procedures, hiring a behavior manager, no longer accepting trapped healthy unsocialized cats for euthanasia, saving FIV+ cats, increasing our Foster team, starting an adoption transfer program to the mainland, and much more.

17,841

ANIMALS WELCOMED TO OUR CAMPUS

365

9,347 CATS

5,661 DOGS

DAYS OPEN

24/7

HOURS OF OPERATION

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1,764

SMALL ANIMALS

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ADOPTIONS Finding loving homes for the animals in our care is central to our mission. We work together to heal and prepare pets for the special day that they get adopted, and to set them up for a healthy and successful life with their new families. Our amazing adoption partners include Petco, Hawai‘i Cat Cafe and Pounce Hawaii. They are important parts of connecting the community with prospective pets, and hundreds of animals a year find new families as a result of these partnerships. Despite the impacts of the pandemic we have had a successful year thanks to our partners and community.

6,871

2.4%

ANIMALS ADOPTED

CATS

7.8%

2,917 DOGS

SMALL ANIMALS

27.9%

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3.2%

3,116

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SPAY/NEUTER Hawaiian Humane provides a spay/neuter program for all cats, dogs and rabbits we adopt out. We also provide spay/neuter services for pet owners and Free-Roaming Cats through our Community Spay/Neuter Center. Â Spaying or neutering your pet early in life helps reduce pet overpopulation and provides a number of health benefits. Sterilizing Free-Roaming or community cats and returning them to the colonies where they make their home is a humane and effective way to reduce the Free-Roaming cat population over time.

8,195

ANIMALS SPAYED/NEUTERED

4,864

1,736

2,132

882

2,534

854

PETS FOR ADOPTION

DOGS

CATS

OWNED PETS

1,595

FREE-ROAMING CATS

DOGS

CATS

196

SMALL ANIMALS

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FIELD SERVICES

WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT

Field Service officers work in the community investigating cases, responding to complaints, saving pets from cruelty, performing rescues, and educating the public.

6,298 TOTAL CALLS FOR HELP

1,019

CALLS FOR RESCUE

915

CRUELTY, NEGLECT, AND ABANDONMENT REPORTS

131,558

MILES TRAVELED BY HUMANE INVESTIGATORS

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PETS FOSTERED Fostering saves lives. Loving foster homes give young, ill, underweight, and shy pets the opportunity to heal, strengthen, gain courage, and ultimately find new families. This is why we have invested more in our foster program by hiring two additional staff and streamlined our foster volunteer orientation. Our fostering numbers rose dramatically in fiscal year 2020.

1,991

TOTAL PETS FOSTERED

32.8%

559 DOGS

381

COVID-19 EMERGENCY

FOSTERED PETS

8

112.5%

CATS

62.9%

1,311

54.1%

119

SMALL ANIMALS

In response to COVID-19 we put out a call in midMarch for emergency foster families. The community stepped up and fostered, giving us the time and resources to adjust to this new reality. Many of the fostered pets were adopted by their foster families.

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LOST ANIMALS RETURNED Hawaiian Humane is the official lost and found for pets on O’ahu. Our Admissions and Field Services teams work hard to reunite lost pets with their families and to return microchipped FreeRoaming Cats to their caretakers.

2,355

TOTAL ANIMALS RETURNED

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The best way to help reunite a pet with their humans or to a Free-Roaming Cat with their colony, is microchip them. This is why earlier this year Hawaiian Humane supported a Honolulu City & County bill that would mandate microchipping for all pet dogs and cats. The bill became law in July of 2020. We anticipate an increase in the number of reunions as a greater number of pets are microchipped in response to the law.

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VOLUNTEERS Our volunteers are critical to our mission to care for O‘ahu’s needy animals. Their positive impact can be felt in so many areas of our organization, from walking dogs, to doing laundry, caring for cats, answering phones, fostering, and assisting in our Community Spay/Neuter Center.

110,878

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27.6%

TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS

Increase due to COVID-19 Emergency Foster Program Volunteers

3,150

TOTAL VOLUNTEERS

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SPAY/NEUTER WITH FELINE FIX The City & County of Honolulu subsidizes free sterilization surgeries for Free-Roaming Cats (FRC) at participating spay/neuter clinics on O‘ahu. Sterilizing these cats and returning them to the colonies where they make their home is a humane and effective way to reduce this population over time. Hawaiian Humane administers the program and is a provider of sterilization services.

4,642

FREE-ROAMING CATS SPAYED/NEUTERED (ALL PROVIDERS)

Participating Veterinary Clinics Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services Cat-Bird Vet Mobile Hospital CatFriends O‘ahu SPCA

Ohana Veterinary Hospital Purradise Cat Clinic Hawaiian Humane Society

SPAY/NEUTER WITH NEUTER NOW The City & County of Honolulu subsidizes sterilization surgeries for owned pets to assist community members with affordable spay/neuter at participating clinics on O‘ahu. Hawaiian Humane administers the program and is a provider of sterilization services

2,142

NEUTER NOW SPAYED/NEUTERED PETS (ALL PROVIDERS INCLUDING HAWAIIAN HUMANE)

Participating Veterinary Clinics Aina Haina Pet Hospital Animal Clinic of Honolulu Blue Cross Animal Hospital Hawaiian Humane’s Community Spay/Neuter Center Kakaako Pet Hospital Kalihi Pet Clinic Kamaaina Pet Hospital Kapalama Pet Hospital Ohana Veterinary Hospital PetVet Animal Hospital Purradise Cat Care Inc. The Pet Clinic Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services

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Animal House Veterinary Center Cat-Bird Vet Mobile Hospital Hawaii Pets Veterinary Clinic Kapolei Pet Hospital Mililani Mauka Veterinary Clinic Mililani Town Center Pet Clinic O‘ahu SPCA Poi Dogs & Popoki Wahiawa Pet Hospital Waianae Veterinary Clinic Waipahu-Waikele Pet Hospital Kailua Animal Clinic Makai Pet Hospital

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OUTREACH & EDUCATION Our outreach and education team works in the community, manages our pet visitation program, provides education on animal welfare, works with our unhoused community to make sure their animals are cared for and runs our pet food bank that helps keep pets with their families.

28,897 152

ADULT AND YOUTH STUDENTS EDUCATED

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

Our volunteer teams of pets and their humans visit schools, hospitals, retirement homes and other venues, giving participants the opportunity to interact with loving and friendly pets. 

680

VISITS MADE

The Pet Food Bank is a lifeline for those who are experiencing financial hardship and is made possible by community donations. COVID dramatically increased the need for this program.

53.7%

14.3%

54.7%

1,738

6,178

29,630

PEOPLE SERVED

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ANIMALS SERVED

POUNDS OF FOOD DISTRIBUTED

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COMMITTED TO COMPASSION As an independent, local nonprofit that is O‘ahu’s largest animal welfare organization, we rely on the generosity of our donors to be a force for good in the community. Every donation made to the Hawaiian Humane Society goes directly to helping Hawai‘i’s animals in need. It takes more than $27,000 a day to run Hawaiian Humane’s programs, which make a difference in the lives of local people and animals through animal care, rescue, law enforcement, education and advocacy. Mahalo to the donors and supporters who believe in Hawaiian Humane’s mission to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals. Your support is the backbone of this organization.

CAPITAL GIFTS Claudine Cheng Dr. Thomas and Mi Kosasa Ginny Tiu Mike H. Ching Rebecca S. Ward Tim and Jeanne Brauer

Bank of Hawaii James and Abigail Campbell Family Foundation James Campbell Company, LLC.

HELEN KINAU WILDER LEGACY GIFTS James L. Abbott Ross E. Moon Elaine E. Plotkin-Char Takeshi H. Toma

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HEROIC HELPERS – $25,000+ Bob and Kelly Armstrong Bob and Frances Bean Dr. Thomas and Mi Kosasa Stephen and Susan Metter Annie Stamps and Dustin Ridgeway Ginny Tiu Dr. Lawrence K.W. Tseu Barry and Virginia Weinman

Bank of Hawaii Employee Giving Campaign Hawaii Community Foundation Jewels of Beverly Hills John R. Halligan Charitable Fund Saks Fifth Avenue State of Hawaii The Schuler Family Foundation

PACK LEADERS – $10,000+ Jan C. Bellinger Lauran Bromley Graham Burns and Erika Sox Catherine Conrad Tim and Devon Guard Lynne Kaneshiro Jodi Lam and Timothy Takaezu Creighton and Linda Lee Richard and Jill Pentecost Jennie L. Phillips Angela Pratt Wayne Pitluck and Judith Pyle Rodney B. Toledo Arthur and Ruth Ushijima Denise and Roy Yamaguchi

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Cooke Foundation, Ltd. Crazy Shirts First Hawaiian Bank Hawaii Pacific Health Howard Hughes Corporation JEBSCO Mechanical, Inc. Maddie’s Fund Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation/ Jack and May Tyrrell Servpac, Inc. The Cades Foundation VCA Animal Hospitals Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center by Ethos

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ANIMAL CHAMPIONS – $5,000+ Stephen Ahlers Antoinette G. Brown John and Sue Dean John and Christina Doty Nick and Koren Dreher Karen S. Fujimoto J. Stephen and Barbara Goodman Elizabeth Rice Grossman Marshall and Yuko Hung Scot Jimenez Lila Jong Susan M. Kosasa Ann Matsunami and Edward Morris Catherine E.L. Moore David and Kathryn Moore Riki and Karen S. Morimoto David and Catherine Nadeau Elahe Omidyar Mir-Djalali Lawrence and Patricia Rodriguez Glenda K. Rother Susan H. Shishido Courtney Watkins Rick Zwern and Karen Huffman

7-Eleven Hawaii, Inc. Alexander C. Waterhouse Sr. Foundation Bank of Hawaii Foundation Central Pacific Bank City Mill Company, Ltd./Chung Kun Ai Foundation Diamond Head Seafood Wholesale, Inc. Enterprise Rent-A-Car First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. Geopolicy Development Group Hill’s Pet Nutrition Insurance Associates, Inc. Island Insurance Foundation James Campbell Company, LLC. Larson Charitable Foundation New York Life Insurance Company Servco Foundation Wilson Homecare

ANIMAL HEROES – $2,500+ Patricia and Alvin Cantere Amy Ching Mike and Joyce Ching William Coleman and Chris Frendreis H. Dwight Damon Dennis and Dolores Dyer Denise and Bruce Ellinwood Norman and Deborah Day Emerson Gary and Jennifer Herald Jean C. Hess Christina Iwaida Juanita C. Johnson Tim Johnsson Chuck and Skipper Jones Patsy K. N. Kalawaia Walter K.H. Kam Dennis and Elaine Kato Andrew and Kerri Meade Portland and E.J. Mendivil

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Thomas G. Mendonca Joanne M. Nakamura Marjorie S. Norstrom William and Hope Oliver Angela O’Malley Reed and Shawn Reed Sonya M. Quintal Jessie Varble Paul White and Jennifer Taylor Ronald and Judy Yamamoto Glenn and Kathleen Yoshinaga AmazonSmile Foundation Bissell Pet Foundation Castiglione A Casauria Foundation National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii Sidney Stern Memorial Trust State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Xtermco

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BEST FRIENDS – $1,000+ Kimberly A. Aguon-Zehner Carol Ai May and Michael May Joseph Anastasio Dana Anderson Gina W. Anonuevo Shachar and Heidi Argov Martha Armstrong and Bob Preddy Lawrence H. Au Leona G. Auerbach Ray D. Ballungay Kenneth J. Barclay Dennis A. Bernard Cheryl Bethe Francie E. Boland Gillian Boss Rodney B. Boychuk Tim and Jeanne Brauer David T. Brown Caleb and Jane Burns Janis A. Calton Catherine Caudle Christine Chan

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Ronald Chandler and Kenneth Cayetano Jung and Shun-Lin Chen Molly F. Cherry Daniel Chiang Brandon R. Chun Jo and Margarita Chung Erin Claggett Wayne C. Clatte Robert C. Clifton Christopher and Patricia Cooper Robert M. Cullen Stanley and Janet Dalbec Kathleen and Leroy DeCaires Henry Dela Cruz and Ursula Olds-Dela Cruz Daniel Delbrel Suzanne Diamond Haniotis and Dimitri Haniotis John and Jane Dodson Robert and Praneet Donle Peter G. Drewliner Jason and Mary Dylik

Gary Edwards and Lisa Brewer John P. Emery Jessica Enos Karen A. Essene Thomas and Sarah Fargo James and Vickie Farmer Mark Favrow and Nancy Brouillet Mary Ann H. Fernandes Sarah E. Fincke Richard Flagg and Alberta Freidus-Flagg Lyn Flanigan Andrea Fleig Darleen Fontanilla Mary Lou Foy John and Teri Fritz Troy H. Fujimoto Toni Fujita Brian K. Fujiwara Jerrold and Harlene Fuller Fumio Fuse Robert and Cynthia Geiling Gregory Gibbons and Peter Fujieki Lydia M. Gibson Bobby R. Gordon James and Priscilla Growney Delphina E. Guerrero Dede and Barron Guss John and Pam Haddock Harold Han Natalie Hanai Ann Hart Letitia Hickson Ryan and Pamela Higashi Charlaine T. Higashi Garrick H. Higuchi Alexander and Anukriti Hittle Avis Ho Lehua Ii-Michaelson and Geoffrey Michaelson Charles and Mildred Ikehara

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Sean Ishii Robert and Deborah Isler Dr. Leslie Y. Ito Gladys and Melvin Iwaki Gary A. James Louise A. Johnson Dr. Gary and Melanie Johnson Francis and Marion Kaneshiro Marjorie Kashiwada Christopher Kasperowicz Rev. Nobuharu Kato Marilyn and Steve Katzman Toshio Kawamura Denise and Joseph Keala Jim and Nora Keller Brian and Shannon Kelly Bernard and Nancy Kilonsky Diane Kimura and Bill Nagle Steve and Deb Knight Kenneth and Sue-Ann Kobatake Thomas and Drucilla Koide Brett Kraft Carolyn C. Lalakea Chi Ming Lee Mahealani and Mapuana Lew Janey Lindbo Diane E. Lord Steven M. C. Lum, M.D. Leighton and Valerie Lum Theresa Lushina-Lonergan George Ma Janice K. Maeda Michael A.T. Maeda Anthony Makuakane Potter Jean C. Marchant Liam and Amber Martin Barbara and Timothy Mathews Reiko and Milton Matsuda Catherine McElwee-Smith and Joseph Smith Donna McNeiley Ann H. Michaud Lance, Jennifer and Sarah Mills Bruce and Cyndee Mirante Paul and Ann Misura Amy S.K. Miyamoto

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Bruce and Joy Morimoto Majel A. Morimoto Audrey L. Mueh Thomas and Verna Muraoka Carla and Robert Myers Megumi Nekotani Paul E. Nelting James and Shirley Newman David R. Nichols Shirley S. Nishizawa Norman and Ann Noguchi Edwin and Marion Oka Elizabeth H. O’Malley Anna Ono Carole and Edward Onouye David and Patricia Osaki Rebecca and Robert Ozaki Lori Pacarro Laeton and Lena Pang Deborah L. Park Robert L. Pascua Raymond and Suk Yon Porter April M. Putnam Sonya Quintal Michael Regan

Alan Richards Roberta Rigney Daniel S. Robertson Abigail Rose Daniel Roselle Michele and Richard Rosenblum Iain and Linda Ross Linda J. Rowan Victoria K. Sakai Dr. Thomas H. Sakoda Naomi and Luis Salaveria Gilford and Shareen Sato Andrew and Kristin Schumacher Susan Scott and Craig Thomas Dr. Nancy Sculerati Justin and Faith Seguirant Carl and Lu Seyfer Arthur and June Shida Jason Shimada Theodore and Judith Simon Gary and Akemi Simon Antonio K. Tan, MD and Elisea N. Singson, MD Carol Ann and Mark Solien Stephanie A. Strickland

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James Striker Beverly and Reynold Suenaga Miles and Reverie Suzuki Arlene Takenaka Ellen and Jason Tamura Matthew Tanaka Rod and Fumiyo Tanaka Bert and Helen Tanonaka Mary and James Thrash Bob and Lynne Toyofuku Valerie L. Trotter Tyler and Sharlene Tsuda Alfredo and Belen Udani Tammy L. Uy Marion Valle Linda Velayo Fong Allan R. Vosburgh Johnny and Bubba Walker Marie Wang Peter and Sue Ann Wargo John S. Washburn Glenn and Debra Weinberg Dorrel Whinery Alan and Jennifer Whinery Gaylord and Carol Wilcox

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Jay and Lei Wilmoth Judith Wolfe Lauren R. Wright Carol Jean Yakuma David M. Yamagata Rodney and Evelyn Yamamoto Rodney and Frances Yamamoto Alan Yamamoto Ruthann and Gregg Yamanaka Blake and Sandra Yoshida Inalee Yost Thomas K. Yue Frederick E. Yuen Akira Yamamoto Painting, Inc. Alexander and Baldwin Animal Arts Athletes For Animals Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Dr. Arthur and Bonnie Ennis Foundation Elite Pacific Construction Grace and Richard Okita Foundation

Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union Foundation Honda Windward Honolulu United Honpa Hongwanji Buddhist Women’s Association Island Craft Fairs Island Insurance Company, Ltd. J. M. Y. Law Group, LLLC Koaniani Fund Louis and Flori Petri Foundation MW Group, Ltd. PayPal Giving Fund Petco Foundation PetSmart Charities R. M. Towill Corporation The Ben and Miriam Lau Foundation The Looking Glass Corporation The Michael B. Wood Foundation Tory Burch Wal-Mart Foundation Western Pacific Mechanical and Plumbing, Inc.

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DEVOTED COMPANIONS – $500+ Charlene Abe and Keith Kaneshiro David D. Aiu, Jr. Claudia Akroyd and Robin Cababa Ada Alamani Hiroko and James Amsbary Richard and Ethel Anbe Teodoro and Arcelia Andam Renee Archer Nakashima Mona K. Arizala Gene and Susan Armacost Martin F. Banks Gabriele M. Barthlen Albert and Dolores Bediones Sue Beitia Rona Bennett Eric and Chiho Bercovici Anita Berg Ronald S. Biho Emmalisa H. Bledsoe Paul Blickman Alex Bliss Walter Jeffrey Boeckman and Joanne Hogle Vicki Borges William M. Borthwick Joan S. Brown Donna E. Burnett Erika Burns Barbara Campbell Ignacio M. Cariaga Paula S. Carroll Governor Ben and Vicky Cayetano Rowena Cerretti and John Kerr Karen Chang Wieland C. W. Chee Claudine Cheng Po Shu and Doris Cheng Burt and Carolyn Chinen June and Shannon Ching Jennifer Chiwa Jonathan and Cora Cho

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Karen I. Chock David Chou and Kelly Wang Beverly M. Chow Darryl Choy Cynthia and Richard Chun Catherine W.S. Chung Louise Chung Gretchen and Duane Cobeen Steven Colon and Carrie Hermstad Stuart Copp and Raenell Bergantz Timothy A. Craig Chester L. Dal Santo Dorothy and Paul Dale Ather and Marivic Dar Jeffrey and Karen Deer Karen Degner Jo desMarets Jasmina Dobinchick Elke Doyle Thomas Drazin Phillip Dunkelberger Claire D. Duvauchelle Diane K. Eddy Kyung Hae Eichler James and Chikako Epure Bruce and Vivian Ettinger Stacy and Carl Evensen Becky and John Faunce Diana Faustin Christopher J. Ferry Joy Y. Fischer Bryn and Sheryl Fosburgh Laurie Foster Susan Jean Freitas Richard Fucik Herbert and Barbara Fujikawa Craig M. Fujino Harold and Jan Fujise Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. George and Lei Fukuhara Keith Fukumoto Louis and Mary Furtado

Denise Furuya Hugh and Marilyn Galt Linda A. Gee Beil Francis and Jayne George Gregory and Monette Gilding Ralph and Sharon Gonzales David and Angela Goya Pamela J. Grant Jay Grekin and Judy Stubbs Gayle S. Griffith Richard Smith and David Griggs Josh Hamilton Shelby Hankee Jacob Hanohano Dean A. Harada Frances and Duane Hartmann Irene and Jesse Hatakenaka Junie Hayashi Linda E. Hayashi Ronald Heim Robert Henricks Susan and Arthur Henry Gary Hickling and Dennis Moore Leonore L.A. Higa Cody Higaki Dalton and Joanne Hirata Stephanie Hong George M. Hudes Linda Humes David and Ellen Huntley Charlene K. Ikeda Carrie A. Inada Linda and Peter Ingram Lars Isaacson Yolisa Ishibashi Janell A. Israel Grant Ito and JoAnn Yosemori Tad and Carol Iwanuma Elsie K. Iwatani Carl and JoAnn Jacobs Gordon Jeynes Kozie Johnson Randy Moore and Lynne Johnson

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Terry R. Joiner Yvonne Jones Helen A. Josie Josypenko Edna U. Kajiwara Bette Kalohi Jeffrey and Sue Kam Malia Kamisugi Blinkey Kaneaiakala Kristen Kanoa Joan F. Kaneshiro Linda J. Katagiri Yuko Kato Lorraine Katsumoto Brenda Kau Toshiko Kawai Richard and Elaine Kawamoto Laurie A. Kawasaki Estelle Kelley Alex and Stephanie Kendrick Robert and Hope Kihune Launice S. Kim Robert Kim Juli M. Kimura Walters Coral C. King Daniel and Kathryn Kirley Brian Kirsch

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Allan and Hilda Kitagawa Laurie C. Knych Bert and Harriet Kobayashi Carolyn K. Kobayashi Kellyann Kobayashi Laraine and Chester Koga Sharon Kojima Dr. Steven and Estrellita Komura Blanche L. Kort Paul and Lisa Kosasa Jayaram Krishnaswamy Jacqueline V. Kubo Ricky and Ethel Kubota Luella H. Kurkjian Mona R. Kushimaejo Kealani B. Labrie Rachel A. Lange Alexander Lau Jeff and Karin LeBlanc Summer K. Chun Lee Tommy and Lori Lee Judith Gordon Leon Michael and Joyce Lighthill Whitney and Harvalee Limm Darcy and Scott Lindamood Marcia H. Little

Charles Livermore Sharon Llewellyn Sandra A. Loo Jean D. Lucas Theresa and Layne Luke John and Allison Lyles Tracie and David Mackenzie Mary and Michael MacMillan Helen S. MacNeil Benedict and Gail Madriaga Nancy Makowski Clarissa Malinao Melba Manuel Laureen and Bryan Marino Lisa Martin Margaret F. Matayoshi Sharon N. Matsusaka-Brewer and Virgil Brewer Sharlene Luke Mau Dani and Stephen McCarthy Lillian and John McCarthy Patti McElaney Randall Mikuriya Dr. Susan K. Miller and Dr. Richard R. Miller, Jr Joanna and Esau Milo

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Dr. Randy T. Mita Richard Mitchell and Ann Scholing Mitchell Sandra S. Miyashiro Sharyn L. Miyashiro Lori and Alan Miyashita Charles T. Mizuta Pearl B. Mori Marc and Dawn Morikami Dr. Naomi F. Morita Harry and Michelle Morris Steven Morris and Renee Ramsey Karen L. Morrissette Ronald and Kathleen Morton Ritchie and Sunny Mudd Stanley and Gail Muranaka Anne Murphy Rebecca L. Nadler Dean and Gayle Nagasaki Ronald and Sharon Nagasawa Stephanie E. Nagata Ryan and Claire Nakamoto Don Bondarenko and Joan Nakamura Grant Nakashima

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Margaret Nakashima Nancy J. Napuunoa Claudia L. Nihei Glenn and Joy Nishino Daikichi and Joyce Nishita John and Suzanne Noland Gary and Barbara North Robert T. Ogawa Neal and Amy Okamoto Miles and Mary Okano Ruth R. Okubo Ruby Okumura Ann K. Ono Kimberly A. O’Quinn Rockygirl Osaki Chong Alan and Jo Ann Oshima Paul T. Osugi Ruth Pagell Benjamin and Mealani Parish James and Natalie Pascua E. Alan Phillips and Audrey Buyrn Ross Allen Phillips Mary Philpotts McGrath Dr. Cassandra Pinnick Gilbert Ponce

Anthony Prater Angela Pratt-Poomai Jerry and Lily Prentiss Steven Prieto and Richard Kennedy Redfield D. Proctor John and Linda Puu Paul Rabar Diane L. Radcliffe Janet and Scott Ragsdale Eileen Rawitz Mark Recktenwald and Gailynn Williamson Robert T. Reeves James C. Richardson Timothy and Meng Roe Pam Roth Saba S. Russell Jeanne Rust Paul and Sybil Saito Latonia Sakata Randolph and Stephanie Sakauye Barbara R. Schilling Roger Schmid Frances K. Schneider

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Leilani Schuman Frederick Sells and Linda Hoffman Glenn H. Seo Lonna and John Sherwin Helen A. Shigemura Michael and May Shim Masayoshi and Juliet Shimabukuro Dennis and Patsy Shimane David and Elsie Shimokawa Mitsunori and Kakuko Shoji Steven and Laura Jeanne Short Paul Skarpness Arleene D. Skillman Beverly and Arthur Soares John and Linda Spadaro David L. Spargo Lisa K. Spencer Tita Stack Ronald Stebbins Serena Stefanic-Phillip and Solomon Phillip Randall and Misako Steverson Vicky E. Stewart Roberta and Sheldrake Stibbard C. Michael and Karen Street Susan Sugai

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Francine Y Sunada Jennifer Suzuki and Ryan Jordan Alison N. Taira Ann Y. Takayesu Randy, Eliza and EJ Talavera Maurice Tamura and Nita Williams Sandra S. Tanaka Helen A. Taniguchi Suzanne and Matthew Tanori Arleen and Charles Tarnay Dani Tarumoto Alexandra H. Tateyama Candace S. Taylor Mihoko and Kevin Taylor Jill E. Thach Kyle A. Thompson Michael and Marlene Tom Russell Tote Jennifer Trevino Peter Tu Joseph J. Tubito Terry and Cheryl Tyler Roy H. Umeda Donna Y. Usagawa Floraine Van Orden Mayumi Villiatora Jeffry and Claudia Wallace

Kathryn and Landy Wang Rebecca S. Ward Leinee and Paul Watase Sylvia Wee Iwalani D. White Gary and L.S. Wild Charles Wirta Linda Wright Wong Lorna Wong Marni Wood Joan H. Worthen Charlotte N. Yamada Myles K. Yamamoto Theresa Yamamoto Stanley S. Yamaoka Randal and Joyce Yanagisawa Wei Wei Yang Jaryd and Anne Yee Tim and Janet Yee Mari Yonesaki Peter and Adrienne Yoshihara Keith and Marian Yoshimura Glenn Yoshioka and C. Ann Whang-Yoshioka Elizabeth Zeone Stanley and Janet Zisk Dee Anne H. Zobel

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FINANCIAL REPORT July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020

Funding Sources

Use of Funds

Animal Care 7,084,397

Contributions 5,357,405

City & County Animal Services Contract 3,811,029

Adoptions & Other Fees 922,571

City & County Neuter Now & Free-Roaming cat program 454,590

Net Gain on Investments 166,681

Restricted Capital Gifts and Pledges 162,111

City & County Neuter Now Contract 454,590

Support Services 1,677,080

Education & Community Programs 896,808

Fundraising Expenses 761,754

These numbers were unaudited at the time of publication. A copy of the complete independent auditor’s report is available upon request.

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