Humane Leaders are dedicated advocates who help the Humane Society of the United States fight for all animals. Show your commitment to fighting animal cruelty with a leadership gift. Your gift ensures we'll be ready to respond in emergency situations and continue fighting the root causes of animal cruelty.
With a minimum annual gift of $500 or more, or a pledge commitment or other support totaling $500 or more, Humane Leaders enjoy exclusive access and benefits.
Make an even greater impact for animals
With a minimum annual gift of $1,000 or more, or a pledge commitment or other support totaling $1,000 or more, Humane Leaders will receive access to even more benefits!
Humane Leader benefit
A subscription to our award-winning All Animals magazine
Sneak peek access to Humane Voices, the official HSUS podcast
Access to a personal donor relations representative
Email updates on our progress and plans
Opportunities to advance changes for animals in your community and state
Access to exclusive presentations or tele-town halls with senior program staff
Stewardship reports on how your support directly benefits animals
A complimentary copy of our annual report
Invitations to both local events and signature events like our To the Rescue! gala
We'll send important information, opportunities to take action for animals, event invitations and more. Certain Humane Leader benefits are only available via email, so don't miss out on your exclusive Humane Leader benefits! Sign Up
Over the years, the stories behind the support of our Humane Leaders have inspired our team and our work to carry out the biggest fights for all animals. Your story may encourage even more animal lovers to become Humane Leaders!
Your Humane Leader status has a positive impact on the lives of all animals every day—here are some recent achievements.
Were rescued from a neglectful breeding operation in North Carolina.
Including emus, macaques, llamas and lemurs were rescued from a closed zoo in Puerto Rico.
Have been helped through wellness, spay/neuter and emergency care provided by RAVS so far this year.