The Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County Indiana has been saving the lives of companion animals since its founding in 1965, with the past 21 years in our current building. Years of wear and tear on a building designed for animal control has taken its toll and we are in need of a redesign to comply with the standards of operating a nationally recognized no-kill facility. We have developed exciting plans for renovating and expanding the existing building and modernizing our animal support resources. Completing the plans will depend on the generosity of old and new friends to help fund our plan to assure a bright future for companion animals in our care.
We are undertaking this Capital Campaign to raise $1,500,000 in funding from local friends, businesses, and corporations, as well as from national granting institutions and caring individuals willing to join with us in our daily fight to save the lives of companion animals. To maximize funds, our plans include expanding and reconfiguring the existing Shelter building, creating separate animal intake and treatment rooms, a surgery center, and a community room to accommodate public education programs and training resources for staff and volunteers. A 900 square foot addition at the front of the Shelter will include a welcoming public reception area, cat adoption center, outdoor cattery, and staff offices.
As you read our story, please consider how you might partner with us in achieving our Vision to provide a shelter that will fulfill our Mission to the Montgomery County Community.
Thanks for your support.
Animal Welfare League
Board of Directors and Staff
Download the PDF to read the entire Campaign Story, including a history of the Animal Welfare League and plans for the future.
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Save rate is calculated by Best Friends Animal Society recommended calculation.
[(Live Intakes) - (Lost in Care) - (Shelter Deaths*)] divided by (Live Intakes)
* Shelter Deaths = animals euthanized, killed, or died in care