P.E.I. Humane Society launches $3 million campaign to build new animal shelter
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The P.E.I. Humane Society is asking Islanders for assist because it goals to lift $3 million for a brand new animal shelter on its two-acre property in Charlottetown.
The society’s Increasing Our Paw Print capital marketing campaign has been within the works for a number of years, dealing with quite a few challenges. As a result of pandemic, inflation and elevated demand for providers, P.E.I.’s solely animal shelter has had a troublesome time transferring the venture ahead.
Initially, the plan was to develop the prevailing shelter, however after an 18-month seek for a short lived facility yielded nothing, the shelter workforce determined to construct a brand new facility as a substitute of increasing.
Website levelling has begun, and building is predicted to begin quickly.
Nevertheless, with the change in plans, the shelter wants to extend its fundraising efforts.
The venture’s price is estimated to be over $5.8 million. With $2.8 million already raised, the shelter is trying to increase an extra $3 million to finish the brand new facility.
PEIHS improvement and communications co-ordinator Ashley Travis mentioned the workforce will stay of their present shelter whereas constructing a brand new facility in the back of their property.
“We want your assist to make this dream a actuality,” mentioned Travis.
“We’re calling on our neighborhood to come back collectively and assist the Increasing Our Paw Print marketing campaign.”
These keen on supporting the marketing campaign can be taught extra online.