For the year end wrap-up we like to take a step back and reflect on our changes, improvements, community impact and future journey.
2021 was a challenge for everyone and we are so grateful to our donors, adopters, volunteers, staff, veterinary and shelter partners for making this an incredible year. It was wonderful to be able to be out and about again, even on a limited basis to some of the local events that allow us to reconnect with former adopters and meet new people interested in our programs.
We’ll have our final year end statistics very soon, but are happy to report that we cared for over 4200 animals. Most had never received any vet care or lived as a family member.
We may not have the new building we had hoped for but we do have a Tiny “Housepital” and spay/neuter clinic. This makes it possible for us to continue serving animals and helps Saving Grace be self-sustainable. Our new ability to directly provide spay/neuter and veterinary services to the animals in our care helps us move dogs into homes faster.
We also launched our program in Robeson County, which has one of the highest euthanization rates in the state. We are now able to provide more options for dogs and puppies from that area.
We can’t do any of this life saving support without our generous community and we are forever thankful for everyone who contributes with their time, talents and donations.
Happy New Year to you all and we look forward to 2022!