The Olympic Peninsula Humane Society recently announced the results of a three-month fundraising feasibility study conducted by Animal Shelter Fundraising.
The nonprofit humane society had the fundraising feasibility study performed to assess its chance of successfully raising enough capital to fund construction of a 10,000-square-foot animal shelter.
The study recommended that it is feasible for the humane society to raise $1.2 million to fund construction of a new animal shelter. The capital campaign would begin sometime in early 2014 following the implementation of these recommendations:
1. The governing board strengthens itself through modifications to the current board composition, to include review and enhancement of current board policies and procedures
As part of its commitment to improve the lives of homeless animals in Clallam County, the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society has purchased a 9.5-acre parcel of land at 1743 Old Olympic Highway, between Gunn and Cameron roads. The location is convenient for residents of both Port Angeles and Sequim.
Funds raised during the shelter’s capital campaign will be used to construct a facility designed to meet the needs of residents and animals for many years to come.
About Olympic Peninsula Humane Society
The humane society has maintained an active presence in the community since 1947. The society shelters and cares for animals of all types. A private, nonprofit corporation, the society is financed primarily by private donations and gifts.
No animals are turned away and annually 2,000-2,500 animals pass through the doors of the facility.
For more information or to volunteer, call the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society at 457-8206.
About Animal Shelter Fundraising
Animal Shelter Fundraising is an Arizona-based limited liability corporation that specializes in helping nonprofit animal welfare groups with fundraising, marketing and operations.
Animal Shelter Fundraising is the nation’s only company comprised of former animal welfare professionals and dedicated solely to the animal welfare industry.