Tributes & Memorials


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Celebrate a special person or pet who has touched your life

A contribution to the Humane Society of Missouri makes a thoughtful gift for any occasion and is a meaningful way to remember those you love. Your gift – in any amount – will help homeless, abused and neglected animals at the Humane Society of Missouri.

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Honor & Memorial Giving at HSMO

Honor and memorial donations are a great way to let someone know that you care!  A card can be sent announcing your gift to the individual of your choice.

Perpetual Tributes & Memorials at Best Buddy Park

A perpetual tribute at Best Buddy Park in Maryland Heights is a beautiful way to remember a pet or honor a loved one who was passionate about animal welfare. The park is used daily by volunteers who walk and train dogs staying at the Best Buddy Center. Supporters can dedicate a memorial garden, bench, tree, paving stone, or dog run in their loved one’s name. These gifts help give more animals a second chance through our adoption programs and world-class veterinary care.

Opportunities will be available in April 2021. Please contact MaryClare at 314.951.1542 or mcoffey@hsmo.org for more information.

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Perpetual Tributes & Memorials at Throop Park

Featuring an inspiring fountain and quiet pavilion surrounded by flowering trees and shrubs, Carol Gates Throop Memorial Park is located at 1210 Macklind Avenue on the grounds of the former headquarters of HSMO where more than a million animals found a second chance at life. An engraved plaque, brick, bench, or other tribute item at the Throop Park is a distinguished way to celebrate a special occasion or mark the passing of a loved one. For pet owners seeking a dignified resting place for their pet’s ashes and/or mementos, an elegant stone columbarium offers a meaningful setting for visitation and remembrance.

Please contact MaryClare at 314.951.1542 or mcoffey@hsmo.org for more information.