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Almost Home Project
Almost Home is a no-kill pet adoption center and low cost spay/neuter clinic coming soon to Lewis County.  We are currently taking monetary and gift-in-kind donations for the construction of the new center.

donation by mail    gift-in-kind donation

We are dedicated to serving the needs of all animals in Lewis County. We act as advocates for the animals in Lewis County and assist in finding homes for as many animals as possible through adoption and outreach programs. We also  promote responsible pet ownership by educating our community on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. 

 Currently we accept donations for the following programs:

General fund 
All donations made without a specific designation are put in a general fund to be used as needed for programs such as low cost spay/neuter, fix-a-pit and the animal food bank that benefit animals, large and small, in Lewis County.  

donation by mail     gift-in-kind donation

Food Bank
The Food Bank program collects and distributes food to people who are going through a rough spop and need help feeding their pets. We hope that by temporarily helping them it will allow them to keep their pets instead of surrendering them.  The Food Bank program is looking for monetary donations to buy food and also gift-in-kind donations of food. 

donation by mail     gift-in-kind donation

Medical Assistance

The Medical Assistance program raises money and works with local veterinarians to provide needed medical assistance for animals belonging to Lewis County Residents who could otherwise not afford the vet care. 

donation by mail

Transportation Services
The Transportation Services program provides assistance to  transport animals to to other shelters in the state. Gas cards would be very helpful.

donation by mail        gift -in - kind donation

Endowment Fund
The endowment fund looks to provide long term financial stability for Almost Home and the programs and services it offers.  

donation by mail

Planned Giving
Planned Giving Sustains Operations and Provides ongoing Care

A common misconception is that planned giving is only for the very wealthy. Planned Giving involves integrating a donor's charitable gift into his or her overall financial, tax, and estate planning objectives so as to maximize benefits to both the donor and Almost Home. Planned gifts typically come from a donor's assets rather than income, and can be either outright or deferred. Also, it is highly recommended that donors consult with their own tax or legal advisor prior to making a planned gift.

Remembering the animals in your will is the single most important thing that you can do. Almost Home helps animals in Lewis County in many different ways.  

I would like to assist in helping Almost Home when I no longer share the world with animals.

Our deepest gratitude for considering helping the animals in the future. We highly recommend working with a professional knowledgeable in drafting wills. All he or she will need is our 501 (c)(3) non-profit number: 81-0578266 and our legal name and address:

Almost Home
PO Box 1421
Chehalis, WA 98532

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us at  

There are several planned giving options:

Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Charitable Lead Trusts 
Almost Home as Beneficiary
Gifts of Property/Real Estate
Making Almost Home the Successor Interest of a Contract
For more information contact Darren Pritt at

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