HHS Gets Record Contribution; Renames Building In Family’s Honor

By on January 18, 2017 in WNDB News

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Daytona Beach, FL – The Halifax Humane Society recently got a record capital campaign contribution from an Ormond Beach family, and as a thank you one of HHS’s main buildings will be renamed in the family’s honor.

On January 17, 2017, Nancy and Lowell Lohman contributed $800,000 towards the Society’s Reimagining the Future for our Community’s Animals capital campaign. As a sign of appreciation for the Lohman’s generous support, HHS’s main building is being renamed the Nancy & Lowell Lohman Adoption & Pet Center at Halifax Humane Society.

The Lohman’s had this to say: “We are so pleased and grateful that we can be a part of this much-needed capital campaign project; one that is well overdue! For both, our mission is to help our community’s animals as well as the many children, families and older adults who live alone. We cherish the role pets play in our lives and the part they play within humanity as an anchor of love; a deep love that touches each of our lives.”

At last check, $2,700,535.35 had been raised, meeting the $2.6 million dollar goal that was required to begin renovating the 50+ year-old Daytona Beach facility. The total campaign goal is $3.6 million, so Halifax Humane Society needs to raise another $900,000.

To learn more about the project, Halifax Humane Society, and how to contribute, go to HHSFuture.org.


(Nancy and Lowell Lohman)

Photos courtesy HHS.

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