Help The Humane Society of North Miami Recover Vandalized Vans

Eight transportation vehicles owned by the Humane Society of Greater Miami were vandalized right in the shelter’s own parking lot and has now left them struggling to perform everyday activities.


These vans are used to transport sick animals to hospitals for emergency care, several adoption locations and bring food to the shelter from a warehouse. Repairing the vans are not in the shelter’s budget and is expected to cost thousands of dollars.

According to Laurie Hoffman, executive director, “we are utterly devastated about what has happened and cannot understand why someone would destroy property that is not theirs, especially when the property is used to help the lives of animals in need daily.”

The organization has said this will make it difficult to resume their daily activities and will be a financial burden, since this will cost thousands of dollars to repair and is not in their budget.

Please make a donation today to help the Humane Society of Greater Miami! Every donation counts!

Thank you.