Romeoville Humane Society was incorporated in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) in an effort to help the community’s stray and abused animals and to educate the community on important animal related issues. Although we are not part of the city of Romeoville, we try to work closely with them, as well as their animal control department to rescue as many animals as we can. A common misconception is that we, as a local humane society, receive government funding. All monies received to care for our rescued animals are earned either by our own fundraising efforts or donations from individuals and businesses.
We are a no kill shelter and all of the animals we save are currently housed in licensed foster homes because we do not have a stand-alone building of our own. We are trying to acquire a building, as it will only increase our efforts to save animals and educate the community. If you are interested in helping us, there are many ways you can contribute. You could become a foster home, donate always needed money, or simply help us in our struggle to find a building by lending us your talents. Everyone has a place in our Humane Society; we just need to see where you will fit in. Please visit our "Volunteer Page" to see some of the incredible opportunities that we have for you and your family or organization.
Please attend the next general membership meeting of the Romeoville Humane Society at fire station #3, 698 N. Birch Lane, Romeoville, IL, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, at 6pm, or our monthly fundraising meeting, on the last Monday of every month, at 6:30pm, at fire station #3, 698 N. Birch Lane, Romeoville, IL. Please join us as we continue our role as an essential resource to our community, and the pets and people we serve.