The Bedford County Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization located in Southcentral Pennsylvania.
The Bedford County Humane Society receives no government funding and is not a United Way agency. Instead, the generosity of individual and corporate supporters allows the continued operation and growth of the many programs and services. The BCHS provides services for more than 1000 animals each year.
Companion animals bring a tremendous amount of unconditional love and matchless joy to our homes and our lives, but unfortunately, there are still hundreds of needy animals in our community with no one to return their love or provide food and shelter. As we strive to build a better tomorrow for the animals, we invite you to be a part of our mission and vision.
Join our fundraising committee or sign up to help with specific events!
Our fundraising committee is very energetic and does a lot of great things to help secure much needed funds to help care for the animals. We actually have a great time while we work.
Become a Volunteer!
The Bedford County Humane Society is always looking for volunteers (either as an individual or a group) to walk dogs or entertain cats. Through the help of existing volunteers we are able to walk many dogs, but more volunteers are needed.
Donate Shelter Items!
The Bedford County Humane Society is always in need of shelter items. CLICK HERE to view the materials we currently need.
Send a Monetary Donation!
The Bedford County Humane Society is not funded by any government organization and is directed by a sincere group of individuals that represent the values of our members. To help in our efforts, donations are also greatly appreciated. We are a 501(c)3 organization which allows you to use any donation as a tax deduction.
If you would like to make a donation to help our four-legged friends, please mail a check or money order, made payable to "BCHS" to:
BCHS 1108 Lutzville Road Everett, PA 15537
Come Visit Us!
WE ARE LOCATED BETWEEN EVERETT AND BEDFORD, PA OFF US 30. GOING EAST OR WEST ON US 30, TAKE THE LUTZVILLE ROAD EXIT AND GO APPROX. 1 1/2 MILES SOUTH (TURN LEFT AT THE EXIT), THE SHELTER IS LOCATED ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ROAD.