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Host An Event

Thank you for your interest in hosting an event with the Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) or inviting the HSSA to attend your event!

We receive hundreds of requests each year from various groups who want to help the HSSA create a better future for pets and the people who love them. We will do our best to accommodate your request, while also being mindful of the health and welfare of our animals and our limited resources. Please note, availability may vary at time of service based on behavioral and veterinary approvals, as well as public health status, staffing and availability.

If requesting a service already linked below, please complete the request on the provided page.

For those events with a fee, the fee must be paid at time of confirmed request.

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Types of Events Offered

  • Adoption Event: minimum 60 attendees

  • School/Classroom Visits

  • Pet VIP Therapy Animal and Visitation Program: 30-60 minute visitations

  • Pup Talks/Speaker Request: $50 within city limits, $75 outside city limits 45-60 minute visit

  • Information Booth/Tabling: minimum 50 attendees, suggested donation of $50 or donation drive at event. Wish list available upon request.

  • Corporate or High School Service Group: $250 fee

  • HSSA Onsite Group Tours - minimum 5 people, $10 per attendee

  • Jog-a-Dog: minimum 10 people, $250 fee

  • Fundraiser: various types your group can do, please submit to use our name and/or images


Please submit the form below a minimum of 6 weeks prior to your event. Due to the high number of inquiries received, requests are reviewed bi-monthly and filled on a first come basis. We will contact you within two weeks of your request with additional details. This form is a request and does not guarantee approval of an event. Payment will be due at time of confirmation.

Thank you so much again for your interest in HSSA and desire to help Southern Arizona's abused, neglected, and homeless companion animals.