Unleashing Our Potential
Pet Community Center has embarked on an ambitious capital campaign to raise $500,000
for a new clinic providing spay/neuter and veterinary care. A new facility will allow our
organization to fulfill long-term goals and save more lives.
Room for community cat housing, administrative offices, and storage
Clients and volunteers only have to go to one location for everything they need
Dedicated space for volunteer orientation, community cat classes, meetings, and training.
Larger space will enhance the quality of client experience.
Multiple exam rooms to expand wellness services
3,000-6,000 sq. ft. of space for veterinary clinic operations and administrative offices
A more spacious lobby, four exam rooms, a surgery suite, cat and dog holding areas, laundry and storage, offices, and meeting spaces.
A multipurpose room for community cat classes, Pets For Life training, volunteer orientation, board meetings, staff meetings, and community meetings.
Title Name of the Facility
Exam Room (four available)
Surgery Prep Room
Offices (three of four available)
Community Cat Housing Room (SOLD)
Multipurpose Room (SOLD)
Your gift presents an opportunity to be openly recognized in our new facility. You may also use a naming opportunity to honor a pet, a family member, or a friend. If you would like to make a donation towards Pet Community Center's Capital Campaign, please contact Elizabeth Rivera, Director of Development and Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three-Year Gift Chart
Help Pet Community Center through its COVID-19 Shutdown!
Donors, we need your support. At the recommendation of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), we have closed our surgery, mobile, and wellness clinics through Monday, May 25, 2020.
In addition to operational challenges, we also face potential financial risks. Our business model is 60% clinic revenue and 40% fundraising. At most times our business model has afforded us financial security through the ups and downs of economic turbulence. However, these are not "most times". Although we plan to reopen as soon as possible, as long as our clinics are closed, we are 100% reliant on fundraising revenue.
Regardless of the threats before us, PCC recognizes that the people and pets in our community will continue to need our help - particularly as many of them are still grappling with the aftermath of tornado devastation. That being the case, we will be relying on the generosity of our donors to keep providing life-saving programs.
With that in mind, can we count on you to donate your best gift today to continue our mission of strengthening the human-animal bond through accessible veterinary care and support services? You can make your gift online at the link below or contact our Director of Development & Communications, Emily Martin, at email@example.com.
Thank you for your support! We know that together we can and will get through this.