Help Build Their Shelter
The Cape Coral Animal Shelter (CCAS) organization is progressing forward in its efforts to build a new no-kill shelter with veterinary clinic in Cape Coral. The possibilities are endless to save 40,000+ animals in a 20-year span! To date, nearly $1.4 million has been raised in donations and capital campaign pledges. The target goal is to reach $2.2 million in funds as construction is planned to begin in winter 2017 with a projected grand opening in the spring of 2018. The future location of the Cape Coral Animal Shelter will be 325 SW Second Ave. in Cape Coral, just north of Lake Kennedy.
Building plans are underway and moving through proper channels and phases of the building process. Fundraising efforts include dedicated events and a capital campaign aimed at providing a unique opportunity to support the shelter and create a family legacy. The capital campaign includes naming rights opportunities for dog kennels, cat rooms, tree of life family name plaques for trees in the memory garden and outdoor play areas.
Another way to help the shelter is to enroll in the monthly automatic donation program. In just a few simple steps, you can easily help the Cape Coral Animal Shelter become a reality by supporting its mission to better serve Southwest Florida’s homeless pets. Please consider donating—your contribution goes a long way in helping the CCAS organization build a much-needed shelter for homeless and in need pets.
November 18: Cape Coral Animal Shelter Golf Classic—8:30 a.m. shotgun start, Coral Oaks Golf Course, 1800 NW 28th Ave., Cape Coral
December 9: Mutt Strut/5K—Details to come!
More events are being planned to help build the shelter! Please visit CapeCoralAnimalShelter.com to arrange a donation or a pledge plan, donate building supplies, sign up for the CCAS email newsletter, volunteer or for additional information regarding the shelter and upcoming fundraising events.
Help the Cape Coral Animal Shelter team build a safe place for animals in need. The need for a no-kill animal shelter is great. Healthy, adoptable animals can be saved, cared for and placed in forever homes.
The Cape Coral Animal Shelter is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.