Hawaiian Humane Society 2022 Annual Report

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HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1, 2021 - JUNE 30, 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 2021-2022


Our fiscal year 2022 annual report reflects the amazing results we can achieve when the community pulls together to help the animals we all love. In 2019, the Hawaiian Humane Society embraced the tenets of Socially Conscious Sheltering, which are a set of principles designed to facilitate the best outcomes for all pet animals in a shelter. The framework is predicated on collaboration with the community at the Socially Conscious Animal Community level. It invites all stakeholders - shelters, rescue groups, policy makers, law enforcement, veterinarians, behavior professionals, human-animal service providers, and individual community members – to do their part to support people and their pets. Addressing the complex challenges of the modern world in ways that prevent suffering; reducing inequity; and supporting healthy, happy lives for all requires a holistic community approach. In these pages, you will see what is possible when our community comes together: • We saw a 23 percent increase in adoptions in FY22. • With the donation of a second dental machine, dental procedures rose a whopping 91 percent, reducing animal suffering. • In one of the most impactful pieces of good news, the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions facilitated a rebound in our education programs, more than doubling the number of children and adults we served in FY21. • Similarly, the rebuilding of our volunteer program resulted in a more than 7 percent increase in our volunteer ranks. These generous community members make invaluable contributions to the welfare of the animals in our care, as well as the level of customer service we are able to offer. • Demonstrating the continued financial need in our community, our Pet Food Bank fed 50 percent more animals than in FY21, which was itself a year of enormous growth for the program. • Spay/neuter increased nearly three percent, including owned animals and those on their way to adoption. Our accomplishments in fiscal year 2022 are laying the groundwork to do even more to support the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals. Construction of Hawaiian Humane Society’s campus in ‘Ewa Beach reached a huge milestone this year, with 60 percent of the project now complete. Having paws on the ground in the Central and West O‘ahu communities will allow us to collaborate with new stakeholders and to work more effectively with existing ones to create better outcomes for animals. Animal issues and human issues are not separate and cannot be addressed in isolation, making collaboration critical. Affordable housing is an animal welfare issue, domestic violence is an animal welfare issue, animal abuse is an animal and human health and safety issue. As a supporter of Hawaiian Humane, your contributions further this multi-stakeholder, Socially Conscious Animal Community approach to animal welfare. Thank you for your support for protecting the most vulnerable among us and for creating a more compassionate community for all.

Mike Ching 2022-2023 Board Chair

Anna Neubauer President & CEO


Fiscal Year 2022 Highlights July

Hawaiian Humane celebrates 138 years of service

July

Hawaiian Humane celebrates the passage of all three legislative priorities for 2021, promising greater protections for animals statewide

October

Hawaiian Humane’s 2nd virtual PetWalk surpasses fundraising goals

October

Hawaiian Humane begins vertical construction on the new West O‘ahu campus

February

Hawaiian Humane’s Community Spay/Neuter Center celebrates 10,000 spay/ neuter surgeries performed since opening the first-on-O‘ahu facility in 2018

February

Hawai‘i ranks “Most Improved Jurisdiction” in U.S. animal protection laws and Hawaiian Humane’s own Public Policy Advocate is awarded 2022 Top Animal Defender Award by the Animal Legal Defense Fund

February

Hawaiian Humane renames its Mō‘ili‘ili spay/neuter center the “Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center” ahead of World Spay Day

April

Hawaiian Humane’s annual Tuxes & Tails fundraising gala returns to the Royal Hawaiian for a memorable in-person event

June

Hawaiian Humane updates its Position Statements addressing the values and positions that underpin our mission and the ways in which we promote the humane treatment of all animals

Board of Directors July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023

Mike Ching CHAIR

Melissa Teves Pavlicek VICE CHAIR

David Okabe TREASURER

Rebecca “Becki” Ward SECRETARY

Eric Ako, DVM Gina Woo Anonuevo Robert H. Armstrong Tim Brauer Leslie Campaniano Shelley Cramer John C. Dean Nick Dreher Elisia Flores Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Elizabeth Rice Grossman Dede Guss Mi Kosasa

Susan Kosasa Nathaniel Lam, DVM, DACVS Whitney Limm, M.D. FACS Stephen B. Metter Mike Regan Lawrence D. Rodriguez Ginny Tiu Virginia Weinman Rick Zwern DIRECTORS EMERITI Robert R. Bean


A welcoming place for animals Hawaiian Humane is O‘ahu’s largest animal welfare organization dedicated to helping local pets and people in need. Our admissions team offers a warm welcome to the animals entrusted to our care and kind understanding to owners who decide that surrendering their pet is the best, most compassionate option. In FY22, we reassessed our capacity and expertise in caring for wildlife and livestock brought to Hawaiian Humane. As a result, we began referring wildlife and livestock to organizations with the expertise to care for these animals rather than admitting them to our shelter and delaying their care. This resulted in a 61 percent decrease in wildlife and livestock admissions. However, overall animal admissions still increased by 2.6 percent compared to FY21.

12,899

ANIMALS WELCOMED INTO OUR SHELTER

6,149 CATS

5,462 DOGS

832

SMALL ANIMALS

456 WILDLIFE

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Adoptions There is no better feeling for our volunteers and team members than seeing pets we’ve come to know and love find their perfect match and go home to a loving family. For many, the process from admission to adoption is quick and easy – including vaccines, a medical exam and spay/ neuter surgery, and they’re adopted as quickly as they are made available. For others, this process is more complicated. Maybe they require special medical care or non-routine surgery to improve their quality of life, or they need a bit more time to come out of their shell. Whatever the case, we work hard to find each adoptable animal a home that will provide them the lifestyle and care they need and deserve – no matter how much time it takes us to make the match. Even with much of the community returning to “normal” in FY22 and spending less time at home, adoptions increased by 23.53 percent compared to FY21.

7,314

ANIMALS ADOPTED

23.53%

3,686 CATS

12.76% ANNUAL REPORT 2021-2022

2,923 DOGS

40.12%

705 SMALL ANIMALS

24.56%

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Spay/Neuter Hawaiian Humane provides spay/neuter services to all cats, dogs, and rabbits in our care. Our Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center is also a resource for the pets and people in our community. Spay/neuter services for owned cats, dogs and Free-Roaming cats are offered at an accessible, and sometimes fully subsidized cost. Those familiar with animal welfare are no strangers to the benefits of spaying and neutering pets early in life. Not only does it help mitigate the issue of pet overpopulation, but it also provides a wealth of health and behavior benefits. The practice of Trap-Neuter-ReturnManage is an effective and humane way to lower the Free-Roaming cat population over time. Spay/neuter procedures for Free-Roaming cats through our Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center include anesthesia, surgery, a microchip, an ear notch, the FVRCP vaccine and postoperative pain medication.

13,718 ANIMALS SPAYED/ NEUTERED

5,392

SHELTER ANIMALS FOR ADOPTION

2,345 DOGS

2,885

2.7%

2,823 OWNED PETS

1,164

5,503

FREE-ROAMING CATS

DOGS

1,659 CATS

CATS

162

SMALL ANIMALS

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Shelter Veterinary Services Our shelter veterinary services team offers high-quality, high-volume services to the thousands of animals that enter our doors every year. In FY22, the donation of a second dental machine enabled us to increase the number of in-house dental procedures we perform by 91 percent. We also began vaccinating all cats and dogs upon admission to the shelter, which prevents the spread of common diseases and keeps our shelter population safe and healthy.

31,584

TOTAL HEALTH EXAMS

564

DENTAL SURGERIES

92

NON-ROUTINE SURGERIES (MASS REMOVAL, AMPUTATIONS, CHERRY EYE REPAIR)

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4,855

CALLS FOR SERVICE

27,727 CALLS RECEIVED BY DISPATCH

54.1%

1,096

Field Services

CRUELTY, NEGLECT,

With an education-first approach, our Field Services officers work in and with our community to investigate reports of animal cruelty and conduct rescues. Spending much of their day on the road and in our neighborhoods, this team addresses animal-related complaints, assists pet owners in need, transports injured stray animals to medical care, and reunites lost pets with their owners while in the field so they never even have to enter the shelter.

AND ABANDONMENT INVESTIGATIONS

112,709

MILES TRAVELED BY HUMANE INVESTIGATORS

Lost Animals Returned We are O‘ahu’s official pet lost and found. Animals arrive at Hawaiian Humane throughout the day and night, and both our Admissions and Field Services teams work to reunite families with their beloved pets as well as return microchipped Free-Roaming cats to their community caretakers. Our number of reunions went up nearly 13 percent over FY21.

12.89%

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1,673

TOTAL ANIMALS RETURNED

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Pets Fostered A robust foster care program is an integral part of our strategy to manage our shelter population and provide the individualized care some pets need before they are ready for adoption into new, permanent homes. Some animals enter our care in need of rest and recovery, socialization or time to grow and our wonderful team of foster volunteers who open their hearts and homes to animals in need make this possible. This team continues to grow, allowing our overall number of animals fostered to increase by 5 percent in FY22.

1,890 TOTAL PETS FOSTERED

5.18%

1,510 CATS

0% ANNUAL REPORT 2021-2022

302 DOGS

30.17%

78

SMALL ANIMALS

62.50%

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Volunteers Our volunteers are essential in achieving our mission. We are fortunate to have an ever-growing team of mission-driven, animal-loving volunteers to help us in every facet of running O‘ahu’s largest animal welfare organization. With the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions as well as a complete overhaul of our volunteer program, we were able to grow our volunteer ranks by more than 7 percent this past fiscal year. We are excited to see this passionate team of volunteers grow with us when our second campus opens!

99,988

TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS

919

TOTAL VOLUNTEERS

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Spay/Neuter With Feline Fix Feline Fix is a program dedicated to providing free spay/neuter surgeries for Free-Roaming cats on O‘ahu and is subsidized by the City & County of Honolulu. Hawaiian Humane administers the program and the Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center is one of the several participating clinics across the island. Spaying and neutering Free-Roaming cats and returning them to the areas where they live is an effective and humane way of reducing the number of cats outdoors over time.

7,037

FREE-ROAMING CATS SPAYED/NEUTERED (ALL PROVIDERS INCLUDING HAWAIIAN HUMANE)

Participating Veterinary Clinics Cat-Bird Vet Mobile Hospital CatFriends Hawaii Pets Veterinary Clinic Oahu SPCA

Ohana Veterinary Hospital Hawaiian Humane’s Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center

Spay/Neuter With Neuter Now Subsidized by the City & County of Honolulu and local clinics who accept reduced payments for spay/neuter services, the Neuter Now program, managed by Hawaiian Humane, provides pet owners affordable spay/neuter services at participating clinics across O‘ahu.

1,470

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

Participating Veterinary Clinics Blue Cross Animal Hospital Hawaiian Humane’s Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center Kaka‘ako Pet Hospital Kalihi Pet Clinic Ohana Veterinary Hospital PetVet Animal Hospital

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Cat-Bird Vet Mobile Hospital Kapolei Pet Hospital Oahu SPCA Wahiawa Pet Hospital Waipahu-Waikele Pet Hospital Makai Pet Hospital

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Outreach & Education The Pet Kōkua outreach program helps keep pets and people together, which is an integral part of our mission at Hawaiian Humane. This is accomplished through boots-on-the-ground work with the unsheltered population across the island and managing programs like our Pet Food Bank, pet visitation, pop-up pet vaccination and wellness clinics, and more. Our satellite outreach center in Waipahu closed its doors in FY22; however, the number of people and animals served still saw a dramatic increase, as did the amount of food provided to pets in need.

3,354

12,134

PEOPLE

ANIMALS

SERVED

POUNDS OF FOOD

SERVED

37.12%

71,000 DISTRIBUTED

49.45%

38.96%

With less stringent COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings and children returning to in-person school in FY22, our education program experienced a boom in demand for in-person adult and youth education. Hawaiian Humane’s education programs include curricula for teachers; a year-long, small-cohort program for high school students; ageappropriate school presentations on animal welfare; service learning projects and much more. In FY22, our number of presentations increased by 58 percent and attendance increased by 192 percent.

14,773 128 12

ADULT AND YOUTH EDUCATED

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

192.36%

58.02% HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY


Committed To Compassion Hawaiian Humane Society is an independent, local nonprofit organization and we rely on the support of generous donors to help us create a truly Socially Conscious Animal Community. Every donation made to Hawaiian Humane Society goes directly to helping Hawai‘i’s pets and people. As O‘ahu’s largest animal welfare organization, any donation, large or small, does a world of good in the lives of our island’s animals. Mahalo to the donors and supporters who join us in our mission to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals. Your support makes a difference in the lives of local people and pets through more than 30 programs and services.

HELEN KINAU WILDER LEGACY GIFTS Irene H. Dopkowski Patricia C. Hiu Hee Emil W. Klimpl Jane N. Koseki Karen A. Olanda

Alexander Gaston Revocable Trust Elizabeth Flora Deinert Trust Elma F. Taylor Fund Frank F. & Katharine L. Woodford Trust Jack & Marie Lord Fund Lord-Struthers Family Trust Madelyn Ross Fund Margaret S. Van Poole Foundation Maria Da Silveira Trust Mary & Paul Wagner Charitable Fund Susan Mahn Fund Thomas & Katherine Keller Trust Fund Tomiko S. Yamamoto Revocable Living Trust

HEROIC HELPERS – $25,000+ Bob & Kelly Armstrong Bob & Frances Bean Graham Burns & Erika Sox Alberta Joy Freidus-Flagg Barbara R. Jennings Carol Jones & Larry Jones/ The Larson Jones Family Trust Clyde & Holly Kaneshiro Dr. Thomas & Mi Kosasa Jim & Lynn Lally Mark & Joan Teruya Ginny Tiu

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Anonymous (3) Allied Builders System ALTRES & Simplicity HR Best Friends Animal Society First Hawaiian Bank Foundation Lynn and Bruce Gibson Foundation Saks Fifth Avenue Servco Foundation Stanford Carr Development

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PACK LEADERS – $10,000+ Anonymous (2) Stephen Ahlers Daniel Arita Jane Austgen Steven & Nan Baker Jan C. Bellinger Antoinette G. Brown Governor Ben & Vicky Cayetano Elizabeth Rice Grossman Devon A. Guard Ralph L. Heidenreich Gary & Jennifer Herald Lila Jong Helen A. Josie Josypenko Patsy K. N. Kalawaia Marilyn & Steve Katzman Nathaniel K. Lam, D.V.M., D.A.C.V.S. Clifford & Adrienne Lau Creighton & Linda Lee Dr. Whitney & Mrs. Harvalee Limm Alika & Tanya Mau Riki & Karen S. Morimoto Richard & Jill Pentecost Martin Rabbett & Mark Webb Lawrence & Patricia Rodriguez Arthur & June Shida Ruth & Art Ushijima Ralph Vaughn Anne E. Villiers Kathleen Villiers Robert C. W. Wo Jerry T. Wu

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Anonymous (2) AmazonSmile Foundation Bank of Hawaii Foundation Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA, Inc. Central Pacific Bank City Mill Company, Ltd. / Chung Kun Ai Foundation Crazy Shirts Diamond Head Seafood Wholesale, Inc. Ellen M. Koenig Memorial Fund Elsie Mitsue Inouye Fund Hawaii Pacific Health Hawaii State Federal Credit Union Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company, Inc. Hill’s Pet Nutrition Kawakami Family Fund Lifeline Fire & Security, Inc. Michael & Patricia O’Neill Charitable Fund N & K CPA’s Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation/ Jack & May Tyrrell R. M. Towill Corporation Stoebner Family Charitable Foundation United Services Automobile Association (USAA) University Health Alliance VCA Animal Hospitals Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital Wilfred Shigeru “Byrd” Inouye Designated Fund

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ANIMAL CHAMPIONS – $5,000+ Anonymous (2) Dr. Eric & Lori Ako A. Bernard Bays Tim & Jeanne Brauer David T. Brown Frank Clark John & Sue Dean Jeffrey & Karen Deer John & Christina Doty Nick & Koren Dreher Denise & Bruce Ellinwood Mary Lou Foy J. Stephen & Barbara Goodman John Higgins & Sagar Manchanda Dr. Darin & Ann Hisanaga Valerie Joyce Hong Daniel & Grace Kagehiro Walter K.H. Kam Paul & Lisa Kosasa Gabe & Shirley Lee Mariette Lowe Andrew & Kerri Meade Portland & E.J. Mendivil Melissa Pavlicek & Stephen Teves David & Kellyn Okabe Eddie Onouye & Carole Kai Onouye Michele & Richard Rosenblum Susan H. Shishido Jon Simmons

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John & Linda Spadaro Wayne & Linda Takane Kim Tomey Jessie Varble Shelley Wilson Ronald & Judy Yamamoto Rick Zwern & Karen Huffman Alexander C. Waterhouse Sr. Foundation American Savings Bank Atlas Insurance Agency, Ltd. Banfield Foundation Bank Of America Employee Giving Campaign Business Insurance Services, Inc. Elite Parking Services Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ernst & Young LLP First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. Hunt Development Group, LP Island Insurance Foundation James Campbell Company, LLC JJS Construction, Inc. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner PayPal Giving Fund Royal Contracting Co., Ltd. Subaru Hawaii Surf Line Hawaii The Wilhelm Group Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center by Ethos

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ANIMAL HEROES – $1,000+ Anonymous (8) Charlene Abe & Keith Kaneshiro Ryan Abella Kimberly A. Aguon-Zehner Anni & Björn Ahlstedt Naomi & William Akamine Ada Alamani Bailey Allen Elizabeth Y. Amuro Beverly Angel & Nancy Katayama Gina W. Anonuevo Gene & Susan Armacost Violeta Arnobit Ray D. Ballungay Viola B. Baptista Toni Baran Kenneth J. Barclay Todd Bedford Albert & Dolores Bediones Cheryl & John Bethe Emmalisa H. Bledsoe Ruth Bolan Marcus J. Boland Gillian Boss Kathy Bow Rodney B. Boychuk Margery Bronster Joan S. Brown Caleb & Jane Burns John & Megumi Burzynski Cydonie Cabael & Roman Apana Lori Cabreros Stan Cadwallader Janis A. Calton Erika Cayetano Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Neil & Liz Char Mimi A. Charette Wieland C. Chee Burt & Carolyn Chinen Amy S. Ching Mike & Joyce Ching Willis & Beverlyn Ching Linda Chow & Julie Padron Darryl Choy Stewart Chun Guy Churchill Erin Claggett Gretchen & Duane Cobeen William Coleman & Chris Frendreis Mr. & Mrs. Steve Colon

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Timothy A. Craig Jeffrey R. Cruise Marilyn Cup Choy Scott M. Dahlem Peter Dames H. Dwight Damon Ather & Marivic Dar Alice Day Sharon L. Dee Henry Dela Cruz & Ursula Olds-Dela Cruz Daniel Delbrel Phyllis & William Dendle Christine DeTommaso Jasmina Dobinchick Doreen & Alexander Dold Jennifer Domaloan Robert & Praneet Donle Peter G. Drewliner Dennis & Dolores Dyer Kyung Soon Dyke John P. Emery Tochiho K. Enomoto Frank J. Ethridge Lydia A. Faletoi James & Vickie Farmer Mark Favrow & Nancy Brouillet Rosemary Fazio & Dr. David J. Randell, M.D. Sandra Finney Lyn Flanigan Andrea Fleig & Reinhold Penner Elisia Flores Kelly Foglio Ken & Linda Fong Darleen Fontanilla Laurie S. Foster John & Teri Fritz Richard Fucik Harold & Jan Fujise Toni R. Fujita Brian Fujiwara & Keith Pedro Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Wanda Y. Fukunaga Francis & Jayne George Leslie J. Gershoff Maimona Ghows Lydia M. Gibson Bobby R. Gordon Richard Smith & David Griggs Dede & Barron Guss

John & Pam Haddock Marvin & Rae Alice Hall Hannah & Willard Haraguchi Robert & Lori Harrison Ronald Heim Susan & Arthur Henry Lynda & Paul Heran Margarete Hester Letitia Hickson Charlaine T. Higashi Ryan & Pamela Higashi Alexander & Anukriti Hittle Lauren R. Hong Wright Timothy & Sarah Howell George Hutchinson Jeffrey & Kathleen Hutter Lehua Ii-Michaelson & Geoffrey Michaelson Lois S. Ikei Sean Ishii Deborah & Robert Isler Denis & Ella Isono Jason & Lisa Ito Christina Iwaida Dr. Gary & Melanie Johnson Tim Johnsson Annakaarina Jolkkonen Chuck & Skipper Jones Michael & Pamela Jones Stephen E. Joseph Frank Jumawan Barbara S. Jurkens Henry Kapono & Lezlee Ka’aihue Marjorie Kashiwada Denise & Joseph Keala Darrah & Daven Keomaka Martha & Roger Khlopin Diane D. Kiefer Coral C. King Robert & Adelaide Kistner Derek & Evelyn Kiyota Steve & Deb Knight Kenneth J. Kobatake Kellyann Kobayashi Laraine & Chester Koga John & Kalowena Komeiji Ian Kosasa Jacqueline V. Kubo Matthew Kussman Carolyn C. Lalakea Alexander Lau

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Esther Lau Chi Ming & Cecilie Lee Deanna Lee Geraldine Lee Kyle Lee Worldster & Patricia Lee Matthew & Cheryl Levi Lisa M. Lewis Ian Lind & Meda Chesney-Lind The Honorable Linda Lingle Ray & Ofelia Loo Steven & Jill Loui John & Allison Lyles Michael A.T. Maeda Anthony Makuakane Potter Carol M. Masuda D. Masuo Andrew T. Matayoshi Barbara & Timothy Mathews Reiko & Milton Matsuda Sharon A. Matsunaga Ann Matsunami & Edward Morris Dennis K. Matsuura Mary McGowan Dr. George O. McPheeters & Diane McPheeters Henry & Patricia McPhillips Thomas G. Mendonca Klaus Manderscheid & Amy Meng Daren Metropoulos Stephen & Susan Metter Ann H. Michaud Joanna & Esau Milo Bruce & Cyndee Mirante Paul & Ann Misura

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Dr. Randy T. Mita Scott & Cindy Miyake Amy S.K. Miyamoto Michael & Mona Miyamura Regina A. Moreno Majel A. Morimoto Steven Morris & Renee Ramsey Audrey L. Mueh Leia Muenster Carla & Robert Myers Catherine & Dave Nadeau Alison Nagamine Wayne & Sharon Nakamoto Joanne M. Nakamura Mark M. Nakatsukasa Norman & Bonnie Nam James & Shirley Newman David R. Nichols John & Suzanne Noland Marjorie S. Norstrom Steven & Dagmar Oato Neal & Amy Okamoto William & Hope Oliver Elizabeth H. O’Malley Carole & Edward Onouye David & Patricia Osaki Gerrit & Gayle Osborne Dwight & Trese Otani Lori Pacarro Laeton & Lena Pang Deborah L. Park Robert & Dawn Pascua Claire S. Pearce Kirtland Peterson Sandra & Roy Pfund

Jaysen Piche James & Cherye Pierce Gilbert Ponce Pakinee & Ralph Portmore Steve Prieto & Richard Kennedy John & Linda Puu William Quinlan & Rita Chang-Quinlan Mark Recktenwald & Gailynn Williamson Mike Regan Alan Richards Deborah Riehl Mia Riley Martin & Jeanette Rinehart Timothy & Meng Roe Daniel Roselle Linda J. Rowan Jandi E. Saito Randolph & Stephanie Sakauye Brian Sanchez Frances K. Schneider Alvin & Karen Scott Justin & Faith Seguirant Lauren R. Shigekane Michael & May Shim Dawn & David Shimabukuro Antonio K. Tan, M.D. & Elisea N. Singson, M.D. John & Taeko Skinner Douglas Spencer Chuck & Vivien Sted Iris V. Stepanic James & Linda Stragand Stephanie A. Strickland Susan Sugai Francine Y. Sunada Viengkham Sundara Miles & Reverie Suzuki Tod A. Takahashi Rod & Fumiyo Tanaka Tanya Tano Bert & Helen Tanonaka Alexandra H. Tateyama Mark & Deidre Tawara Jennifer Taylor & Paul White Lucy C. Toma Rodney H. Tomishima Joyce Tomonari Tyler & Sharlene Tsuda Alfredo & Belen Udani Marion Valle Allan R. Vosburgh Trenton Wailehua Nancy & Gerhart Walch

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Johnny & Bubba Walker Margaret S. Walker Jeffry & Claudia Wallace Rebecca Ward Peter & Sue Ann Wargo Linda G. Warrick John S. Washburn Karin Washington Leinee & Paul Watase Glenn & Debra Weinberg Alan & Jennifer Whinery Dorrel Whinery Cynthia Whiteside Jay & Lei Wilmoth Julia C. Wo Judith Wolfe Linda Wright Wong Robert Wright Carol Jean & Clifford Yakuma David M. Yamagata Rodney & Frances Yamamoto Albert T. Yap Dr. & Mrs. Errol Y.W. Yim Glenn & Kathleen Yoshinaga

Anonymous (2) Akira Yamamoto Painting, Inc. Alexander & Baldwin AskVet Castiglione A Casauria Foundation Elite Pacific Construction Foodland Super Market, Limited G70 Goodfellow Bros. LLC Grace & Richard Okita Foundation Hawaii Employers’ Mutual Insurance Company, Inc. Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union Foundation Hillspire Employee Giving Benefits Program Homesmart Island Homes Honodel USA Honolulu Beerworks Insynergy Engineering, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Kerry Schuman Charitable Fund Koaniani Fund Lee Bentley Shinn Family Fund Locations Foundation

Mauka Lani Elementary School Merck Animal Health Moncler USA Inc. MW Group, Ltd. Netflix Matching Gifts Oahu Waste Services, Inc. P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Inc. Pacific Cost Engineering, LLC PetCareNow, Inc. PetSmart Charities Plaza at Kaneohe, LP Pounce Hawaii, LLC Purvé Donut Stop Recovery Law Center Security Risk Advisors Serendipity II Fund Snobby Cats The Caregiver Foundation The Central National Gottesman Foundation The Master’s Touch, LLC The Redducs Foundation Waialae Self Storage Partners, LLC Wilson Okamoto Corporation

DEVOTED COMPANIONS – $500+ Anonymous (10) Marianne Adkins Helen & Robert Ahn Dale & Katherine Aina Greta Aipia David D. Aiu, Jr. Randall Akee Sandria Akima Claudia Akroyd & Robin Cababa Reynold & Laverne Alexander Brad Miller & Jacqueline Amai Malia Amaral Hiroko & James Amsbary Richard & Ethel Anbe Jeffrey Andrews Wayne & Helene Arakaki Aileen Arakawa Sandra H. Arashiro Natalie Arrell Mary A. Artese Cynthia & Earl Asato Manami Ato Leona G. Auerbach Frederick & Julienne Aulwes

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Laurie Aweau-Nii Sidney & Gloria Ayabe Jay & Stephanie Azama Deborah Bail Letitia P. Bailey Angela Ballard Maureen & Robert Ballard Susan M. Ballard Darcy & Scott Barnhardt Lindamood Joanna L. Barroga Tammy & Christopher Bayer Sarah Beamer Evamarie Belardo Muriel Belaski Shannon Bell Cullen H. Benanua Anita Berg Tina K. Berg Ronald S. Biho Evelyn J. Black Michelle Blomgren Jeffrey Boeckman & Joanne Hogle Valerie Boulware James Bragaw

Peter Breeze & Troy Otsuka Rodrigo Bristol & Zita Cruz-Bristol Patricia Bruce Chad & Stephanie Buck Mark & Margaret Burgessporter Bruce & Lynne Burns Jeffrey & Lynn Cabebe Wayne & Dianne Cabral Helen D. Carey Ignacio M. Cariaga Thomas R. Carpenter Don & Eunice Carroll Paula S. Carroll Kasey Carter, D.V.M. Alaine G. Castro Sonya Y. Catiggay Catherine Caudle Melinda & James Cavanah Rowena Cerretti & John Kerr Julie Chappell Jones & Hank Jones Nancy & Shun-Lin Chen Po Shu & Doris Cheng Earl & Vera Cherry Molly F. Cherry

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Freeman & Winona Chin Valerie & Takao Chinen Carolyn & Sanford Ching Clarice K. Ching June & Shannon Ching Jennifer Chiwa Herbert & Leona Chock Justin Chock Judy & Peter Choo Edith Choy Geraldine C. Choy Heidi Choy Steven Choy Bernard K. Chun Brandon R. Chun Lisa Chun Michael & Evelyn Chun Christopher Chung Jo & Margarita Chung Eloise & Jerry Coiner Stuart Copp & Raenell Bergantz Glenn & Inge Cordeiro Earle M. Crabe Douglas A. Crosier Cynthia Cullen-Sotelo Thomas & Shirlee Cunningham Stanley & Janet Dalbec Diana Davids Caron Davis Rita Y. Degnan Karen Degner Jo desMarets Franklin & Annette Distiso Diane Dizon Ben Dookchitra Thomas Drazin Charles & Maybelle Duncan Samuel & Kathy Dunn Jon & Mary Lou Earll Michael A. Ebinger Lester & Patricia Enomoto Nola R. Epp James & Chikako Epure Jonathan & Terilyn Esperanza Mary Etienne Susan Ezawa Michele & Dennis Faller Becky & John Faunce Lisa Favreaux Mary Ann H. Fernandes Everett V. Fernandez Jane S. Festerling Kaori Fiack Miranda Finger

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Paula Fitzell Marvin & Sandra Fong Yong Ming Foo Doris & Bruce Forbes Herbert & Barbara Fujikawa Hazel K. Fujimoto Karen S. Fujimoto Craig M. Fujino George & Lei Fukuhara Barry & Cheryl Fukunaga Denise Furuya Janice Futa Vicki & Vince Galam Patricia A. Gee Robert & Cynthia Geiling Julieann Getman Gregory & Monette Gilding Patrice M. Gionson Louise F. Goodspeed Carrie D. Gosiaco Colleen F. Goto-Ono David & Angela Goya Marsha H. Graham Pamela J. Grant Jay Grekin & Judy Stubbs Delphina E. Guerrero Ruth B. Haitsuka Aaron & Tammy Hamada Linda M. Hamada Keith & Janice Hamamoto Wesley & Jill Hamasaki Josh Hamilton Gordon & Mary Hammond Shelby M. Hankee Jacob Hanohano Harold & Yvonne Hashizume Irene E. Hatakenaka Clark G. Hatch Frances & Vernon Hee Cody Higaki Tomie T. Hirano Ian & Misti Hirasa Iris & Y. Bart Hirashima Dalton & Joanne Hirata Glenn & Sonia Hirata David & Yoshiko Hirokane Norine Hisashima Harriet & Brenda Ho Lauren Hodge Lana Hodges Jamie Hong Sean Howard George M. Hudes David & Ellen Huntley

Eugene M. Ichiyama Charlene K. Ikeda Charles & Mildred Ikehara Lynn M. Inafuku Linda & Peter Ingram Juliane & Wesley Inouye Lars Isaacson Vance M. Ishibashi Yolisa Ishibashi Shari Ishikawa Janell A. Israel Grant Ito & JoAnn Yosemori Mark Ito Elsie K. Iwatani Carl & JoAnn Jacobs Judith S. Jakobovits Norman Johnson Tanya Johnson Terry R. Joiner Jill Jurkens Milton & Florence Kakaio Luana & Elliot Kalauawa Bette Kalohi Jeffrey & Sue Kam Daryl Kami Shigeru & Kumiko Kaminaka Malia Kamisugi Margery Kanahele & Geoffrey Horvath Francis & Marion Kaneshiro Joan F. Kaneshiro Clyde & Judith Kanetake Ralph & Jan Kanetoku Alyssa & Andres Kaopio-Lopez Ted Kashiwamura Christopher Kasperowicz Linda J. Katagiri Leatrice Y. Kato Rev. Nobuharu Kato Toshiko Kawai Nicholas F.A. Kawakami Eric & Leslie Ann Kawamoto Michael Kawano Wilfred & Jewel Kawano Dale & Sue Keliiliki Estelle Kelley Kay Kelly Stephanie L. Kendrick Mandy Kiaha Melanie Kido Michael & Susan Kihara Lisa K. Kim Robert Kim Juli M. Kimura Walters Bruce Minsky & Connie Kissinger

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Allan & Hilda Kitagawa Sandra & Douglas Klein Janet Klingensmith Laurie C. Knych James & May Kobashigawa Carolyn K. Kobayashi Diane Kodis Pauline K. Kokubun Blanche L. Kort Patty & Roger Kort Susan M. Kosasa Barbara Krieg Jayaram Krishnaswamy & Michiko Fukumoto Ricky & Ethel Kubota S. Mark & Linda Kuklinsky Kelvin & Joni Kurisu Mona R. Kushimaejo Doris M. Ladd Janis Lai Brian Lane Rachel A. Lange Peggy A. Latare David & Patrina Lavarias Jacqueline Lee Jacqueline Rush Lee Summer K. Chun Lee Tommy & Lori Lee Judith Gordon Leon Sandra A. Leong Mahealani & Mapuana Lew Richard & Rosann Lewis Michael & Joyce Lighthill Vernon & Sherrie Ling Jacqueline & George Linnik Sharon Llewellyn Sandra A. Loo Raymond D. Lowman Kevin Lui Theresa & Layne Luke Cynthia A. Lum Leighton & Valerie Lum Mary & Michael Macmillan Helen S. MacNeil Benedict & Gail Madriaga Janice K. Maeda Daniel M. Mahoney Giza Makana Nancy Makowski Alexander & Clarita Malinao Laurie & Phil Manandic Arnold Martines & Thuy Hong Nguyen-Martines Kylie T. Matsuda-Lum

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Winifred M. Matsumoto Henry & Judyann Matsuoka Domingo Matute Sharlene Luke Mau Philip M. McCaffray Jaime A. McCarthy Tracy McDowell Mark McKellar James McKown Ann K. Mee Jennifer Meehan Su Meisenzahl Keith & Sandra Menchavez Cindy Mikami Erin Minaya Jessie Mitchell Glenn & Elaine Miura Gordon M. L. Miyahira George Miyamoto & Jacqueline Ferguson-Miyamoto Charles T. Mizuta Bruce & Joy Morimoto Rand Morimoto Harry & Michelle Morris Ronald & Kathleen Morton Nandini Mudeliar Bryan Mukai Lynda Murakami-Nishimoto Claire & Michael Muranaka Stanley & Gail Muranaka Anne & Cat Murphy Charles & Linda Nagamine Stephanie E. Nagata David & Lynette Nakama Grant Nakashima Margaret O. Nakashima Laura Nakasone Lynn & Jay Nakasone David & Marlan Nashiwa Jemal & Atsuko Ned Paul E. Nelting Anna Neubauer & Eldred Bristol Mylinh T. Nguyen Claudia L. Nihei Gordon & Anita Nihei Gordon Nihei Janet & Clifford Nishihara Daikichi & Joyce Nishita Shirley S. Nishizawa Andy & Eleanor Nobu Gary & Barbara North Harriet Naomi Nortman Craig H. Noyama James & Karin Nutter

Kenneth & Elaine Ockermann Thomas Oguro Edwin & Marion Oka Richard & Melva Okazaki Ruby Okumura Victoria Olsen Tracey & Bill Olson Angela O’Malley Reed & Shawn Reed Ann K. Ono Linda Ornelles Rockygirl Osaki Chong James & Cion O’Sullivan Penn Pantumsinchai Benjamin & Mealani Parish Jana Park Wayne & Lanette Pascua Donald J. Patten Scott Paul Robert M. Pedigo Betty M. Pedro Patrick Perkins Allen & Tammy Perry E. Alan Phillips & Audrey Buyrn Jon & Ellen Polokoff Jeffrey & Sandi Portnoy Lisa Powell Redfield D. Proctor Edgar Quinabo & Frankie Ruggles-Quinabo Charles Rabon Noriko Reed Robert T. Reeves Peggy S. Regentine Mimi Rez Carole Rice James C. Richardson Elizabeth & Richard Riegels Kelvin Ro Cheryl Robello William & Emi Robillard Kaloa Robinson Harriet J. Rokero Maile & John Romanowski Iain & Linda Ross Linda Ross & David Reid Pamela J. Roth Paul & Sybil Saito Victoria K. Sakai Gerda & Clarence Sakamoto Kathleen T. Sako Dr. Thomas H. Sakoda Holly M. Santoki Patrick A. Santos Gilford & Shareen Sato

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Shirley Schick George Schmelzer & Judith Inazu Winton & Sandra Schoneman Andrew & Kristin Schumacher Robert & Ester Schumacher Tiffany K. Sentani Glenn H. Seo Arthur Shak Stanley & Theresa Shibata Wanda Shipp Mitsunori & Kakuko Shoji Tiffany & Tucker Siegfried Sylvia K. Silva Theodore & Judith Simon John & Stephanie Sims Andrew M. Singer Paul Skarpness Jeffrey B. Skydell John Slavens Susan L. Smith Beverly J. Soares Carol Ann & Mark Solien Catherine A. Sorensen Lisa K. Spencer Gary Sprinkle & Pamela Young-Sprinkle Piilani E. Staszkow Fraser Vicky E. Stewart Roberta & Sheldrake Stibbard David & Mary Stock George & Maria Sally Stone Curtis Daehler & Angela Su Lisa & Robert Sue Lori Ann & Jay Sunakoda Brian & Carolyn Suzuki Robert & Sharmaine Swisher Taren Taguchi Lornna & Chris Takahashi Carol Takaki Irene Takata Beatrix Takenaka-Meyer Linnelle L. Takeuchi Lauren Takushi Randy, Eliza & EJ Talavera Rebecca & Ivan Tamanaha Brian & Nancy Tamashiro Ellen & Jason Tamura Maurice Tamura & Nita Williams Colleen Tanaka Matthew Tanaka Sandra S. Tanaka Kathleen S. Tanna Suzanne & Matthew Tanori Arleen & Charles Tarnay

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Burt & Patti Tasaka Lloyd & Constance Teixeira Allen & Michele Thach Aaron Thaker Mary & James Thrash Juanita Y.M. Tom Michael & Marlene Tom Steven & Faye Tom Irene Toma Carol C. Tomioka Jann S.H. Tompkins Bob & Lynne Toyofuku Thomas H. Tsuhako Jack & May Tyrrell Linda & Darryl Uezu Tammy L. Uy Machiko & Kenneth Uyehara Lisa H. Uyesato Mardell A. VanderBrink Lindsey Richard H.K. Vierra Akiko & Daryl Wakatsuki Michael & Laurie Walsh Marie & Valerie Wang Roy H. Watanabe Sheila Watumull Erik Webb Curtis & Lisa White Charles K. Whitten Gary & L.S. Wild Carmen B. Williams Craig Williams & Jessica Chau David & Arporn Winsko Howie Wong Mike Nevin & Robyn Wong Naomi Wong Lawrence & Nadine Woode C.A. Worley Joan H. Worthen Jiamin Wu Bryant K. Yabui Charlotte N. Yamada Roy & Sandra Yamada Lois H. Yamaguchi Amy Yamakawa Roger Yamamoto Stanley S. Yamaoka Harvey & Carolyn Yamasaki Randal & Joyce Yanagisawa Mary Ann Mei-Wan Yip & Wing-Cheung Yip Yvonne & Jerry Yogi Mari Yonesaki Peter & Adrienne Yoshihara Glenn Yoshioka &

C. Ann Whang-Yoshioka Carol Young & John Prest Joshua Young Stephanie Zebrowski Elizabeth A. Zeone

B & B Properties, Ltd. Ben Bridge Jewelers Black Sand Publishing California Pizza Kitchen Central Building Company CoBank Costco Wholesale Dr. & Mrs. L.Q. Pang Foundation Dr. Tung’s Inc Google Matching Gifts Program Harbor Shores Apartment Hotel, Ltd. Hawaii Baptist Academy Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center Hwarang Ohana Youth Organization Itron, Inc. Jordan Park Mission 1st Fund Louis & Flori Petri Foundation Macy’s Foundation Macy’s West G.I.F.T Mildred M. Q. Chang Revocable Living Trust Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program The Home Depot Foundation The Omidyar Group T-Mobile USA, Inc. Matching Wilhelm Family Fund

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West O‘ahu Capital Campaign Giving This listing of the West O‘ahu Capital Campaign donors is not limited to FY22, but inclusive of all pledges and donations toward our new campus. Anonymous (2) Gina W. Anonuevo Bob & Kelly Armstrong Bob & Frances Bean Tim & Jeanne Brauer Carl K. Chien Mike & Joyce Ching Gary Edwards & Lisa Brewer Mary Ann H. Fernandes Stephen & Gloria Gainsley Elizabeth Rice Grossman Alan Ho & Sylvia Liang-Ho Brian & Carole Horiuchi Michael & Pamela Jones Yue-Sai Kan Marilyn & Steve Katzman Estelle Kelley Ivan & Patricia Ketterman Susan & Paul King Dr. Thomas & Mi Kosasa Susan M. Kosasa Duane & Susan Kurisu Jodi Lam & Timothy Takaezu Gabe & Shirley Lee Dr. Whitney & Mrs. Harvalee Limm William McCorriston Stephen & Susan Metter Grant Nakashima Anna Neubauer & Eldred Bristol David & Kellyn Okabe Raymond & Trudy Okada Steve E. Okino Cleighton & Sharon Pang Melissa Pavlicek & Stephen Teves Steve Prieto & Richard Kennedy Mike Regan Carol Ann & Mark Solien Carol & Herbert Takahashi Ginny Tiu Ruth & Art Ushijima Rebecca Ward Cindy Winegar

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Anonymous (2) ALTRES & Simplicity HR Altres Foundation APM Cares, Inc. Atlas Insurance Agency, Ltd. Bank of Hawaii Foundation City Mill Company, Ltd. / Chung Kun Ai Foundation Emmett R. Quady Foundation First Hawaiian Bank Foundation First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. Gentry Homes, Ltd. Hawaii Ironworkers Stabilization Fund Hawaiian Humane Society Junior Development Council HMAA Hunt Development Group, LP James Campbell Company, LLC McInerny Foundation Saks Fifth Avenue Stoebner Family Charitable Foundation The Cades Foundation University Health Alliance

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Financial Report July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

Funding Sources

Use of Funds

Contributions 5,600,00

City & County Animal Services Contract 3,461,199

Animal Care 7,229,002

Restricted Capital Gifts and Pledges 2,663,471

Adoptions & Other Fees 1,396,809 City & County Neuter Now & Free-Roaming Cat Program 127,635

City & County Neuter Now Contract 127,635

Support Services 1,010,078

Education & Community Programs 930,446

Fundraising Expenses 763,721

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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