Capital Campaign

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THE PETS LIFELINE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
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Champions

The Board of Directors and Staff at Pets Lifeline extend deep gratitude to the CHAMPIONS (donors) who supported our mission in building a new shelter for Sonoma Valley's only Animal Resource Center.

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Environmental Impact

Our new resource center isn’t just a way to better serve our animals and the Sonoma community, it’s also a way to help the environment. Many of the features of our new building will be ecologically friendly, allowing us to increase our energy efficiency and lessen greenhouse gas emissions.

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The Floor Plans

An expanded, modern facility will positively impact the animals in our care and shelter visitors, staff and volunteers alike. Cats and dogs will have dedicated habitats designed to reduce stress and allow for socialization. The visitors and staff will have adoption meeting spaces, and volunteers will be able to move more freely to assist with shelter needs.

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Donate

Support the Capital Campaign. Take part in this vital community effort to build a modernized Animal Resource Center that will better serve Sonoma Valley’s growing population of animals in need.

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Emergency Plan

Pets Lifeline is Sonoma Valley’s only emergency animal shelter.
In the event of disaster, Pets Lifeline is responsible for the 
welfare of all cats and dogs who have been affected and need 
help and care. 

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FAQs

Find answers and general information about Pets Lifeline's Capital Campaign.

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Timeline

Before we break ground, Pets Lifeline will be actively engaged in raising funds for the new Animal Resource Center. While there are many unknown variables, we plan to raise ample funds to begin

construction in June 2019. If the construction phase stays on

schedule, we anticipate completion in March 2020 and a grand re-opening ceremony in May 2020.

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The Design

An expanded, modern facility will positively impact the animals in our care and shelter visitors, staff and volunteers alike. Cats and dogs will have dedicated habitats designed to reduce stress and allow for socialization.

For more information, please contact Pets Lifeline Executive Director Nancy King at nancyking@petslifeline.org or 707.996.4577 x102.

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