MOORE HUMANE

Saving Moore Animals

About Us

Find out why we do what we do

MISSIONdogstaffOur mission is to ensure that all animals are treated with compassion and respect and to end euthanasia as a means of controlling pet overpopulation in our community.

Moore Humane Society is a private, nonprofit rescue organization incorporated in 1966. We are the founders of animal welfare in the Sandhills and we operate the only privately funded, state licensed “no-kill” animal shelter in Moore County.

We are not part of Moore County Government or animal control. We receive no government support of any kind or funding from any organization. Private donations are our only source of income and our ability to rescue homeless animals in need depends entirely on the compassion and generosity of our members. All donations are tax-deductible as we are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization (IRS #56-0891408). Your support will help us save the lives of and find homes for Moore animals!

We Provide the Following Services:

  • Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Adopt homeless animals
  • Low cost Spay/Neuter
  • Helping to manage feral cat populations through the Trap, Neuter and Release (TNR) Program
  • Lost & found assistance
  • Maintaining the Pooch Park as a space for animals to play
  • Pet health and pet training information
  • Humane education to local schools, day care facilities and other organizations

Meet Our Team

Kim Brenner-Delp

Provisional Board Member

Since graduating with a Masters of Archival and Information Studies in Canada, I have worked as an archivist and records manager for both government and international organizations including World Health Organization, International Monetary Fund, and most recently at the United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees in Geneva, Switzerland.  In 2012, my husband and I moved...
Kim Brenner-Delp

Deb Carpenter

Provisional Board Member

I graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in health education.  I recently retired from a 35 year career in health care, the majority working for a national healthcare alliance who’s purpose is to ensure the success of not-for-profit health care.  My role was to serve as a trusted advisor...
Deb Carpenter

Lynn Conrad

Board Member

Lynn has been a board member at Moore Humane Society since 2013 focusing on fundraising and special events. She is currently an information technology recruiter with The Conrad Group and has won numerous awards through JFC Associates, RHI Consulting and Management Recruiters International for “best in class” within the industry. She attended Eastern Michigan University...
Lynn Conrad

Patricia (Trish) Holt Parker

Provisional Board Member

After graduating from St. Mary’s College, I finished my undergraduate studies at UNC-CH with BS degree in Economics and Master’s in Biomechanics. While in graduate school, I was involved in the start up of a company called Isotechnologies that designed and manufactured quantitative muscle testing and range of motion machines. When Isotechnologies was sold, I...
Patricia (Trish) Holt Parker

Jocelyn Servick

Provisional Board Member

My love of animals led me to volunteer at the Moore Humane Society shortly after I moved to North Carolina a few years ago.  I have fostered many kittens in the time since, and it’s hard not to fall in love with each and every one of them.  In my past life, I was a...
Jocelyn Servick

Shelly

Shelter Manager

I have always had a deep fondness for animals from early on in life.  As a kid I remember begging my parents for a pet, but always being told no.  I told my Mom, that one day when I grew up and had a house of my own, I would have so many pets, it...
Shelly