Capital Campaign: Journey Home
Puppies turn into dogs. Kittens become cats. Now it’s our turn to go through a growth spurt.
Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue is significantly expanding to better serve the community – humans and animals alike. Our Journey Home campaign will fund much-needed new construction and campus improvements that will double dog capacity and create an all-new kitty city.
The enhanced campus plans include a new 20,000-sq.-ft. welcome and adoption center; a 4,000-sq.-ft. behavior and training center that will help make shelter pets more adoptable and serve as a resource for current pet owners in the community; and a 5,000-sq.-ft. intake building that will allow us to house and treat sick and special needs animals being transferred from other shelters where they would have otherwise been euthanized.
Other site improvements include a veterinary clinic, a children’s education center, community event rooms, a dog pool, and an interactive walking path to help dogs relieve stress.
The three brand-new buildings, as well as other onsite improvements, means we can care for even more homeless animals and offer a broader scope of services for pets and pet owners. The campus expansion is being funded by the Journey Home capital campaign.
Major donors to Journey Home will be recognized through naming opportunities for their individual, family or corporate contributions. The new buildings and redeveloped campus features will offer a wide range of naming rights and donation possibilities. All donations to the Journey Home capital campaign will be matched 100% by a generous donor.
Follow our progress and join us on our journey to a bigger, better home.