ASPCA Mission: Orange Grant Will Help Hope Save Lives

Hope Animal Resource Center is happy to announce that we have been awarded an ASPCA Mission: Orange grant to support our 2008 spay/neuter program. ASPCA Mission: Orange is a focused effort by the ASPCA to create a country of humane communities, one community at a time, where animals receive the compassion and respect they deserve - a nation where there is no more unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable animals simply because of a lack of resources and awareness. Hope is a proud partner of the ASPCA's Mission: Orange Philadelphia project and we are honored to have our work recognized with this gift.

Each year, thousands of Philadelphia's dogs and cats are euthanized in city shelters simply because there aren't enough homes for them. Hope's spay/neuter program was developed to tackle this heartbreaking situation head-on, and we are committed to addressing the pet-overpopulation crisis that is the root cause of pet homelessness.

Hope Animal Resource Center works to make sure that low- income Philadelphians, who have little or no access to veterinary resources, can obtain spay/neuter and vaccine services for their pets. Our efforts result in fewer unwanted litters of kittens and puppies, and translate into thousands of fewer animals ending up on the streets or in overcrowded city shelters.

The ASPCA's generous grant will enable us to provide even more affordable, semi- and fully-subsidized services to Philadelphia pet owners who would otherwise never be able to obtain access to veterinary care for their pets.

We thank ASPCA's Mission: Orange for its incredible support and commitment to helping Philadelphia's animals in need.

Click here to learn more about ASPCA's Mission: Orange.

Click here to learn about upcoming Hope spay/neuter clinics.