The Mission of the North Brunswick Humane Association is to provide education and guidance to our community in pet and wildlife issues through various community groups, civic organizations, and school boards for the purpose of enhancing quality of life for our pets, wildlife and residents. We also support endeavors that promote humane and protective services in the treatment of animals.


The North Brunswick Humane Association is a volunteer 501(C)(3) non-profit Association serving the Brunswick area with the purpose of educating and guiding our community in the humane treatment of animals. Through education we hope to raise awareness and stop the cruel, senseless and inhumane treatment of animals.

On February 10, 2003,  Annemarie Walters, with a passion for animals, recognized a need to provide the community with accurate, timely information in the humane treatment of wildlife and responsible pet ownership. Annemarie is founder, and served as its President for the first three years.

We support community groups, civic organizations, animal rescue groups, and others who are interested in promoting the well-being of animals and offering protective services. Our existence relies 100% on volunteers and donations.

The North Brunswick Humane Association presents a “Kindness Program” for third graders in the North Brunswick school system. The kindness program focuses on responsible pet ownership and living harmoniously with our wildlife. We believe that an end to animal cruelty and a reduction of the overpopulation of animals must start with educating our children.

North Brunswick Heritage Day 2009