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MONROE COUNTY FRIENDS OF ANIMALS

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Monroe County Friends of Animals Mission Statement Support Monroe County government and other related groups to provide shelter, food, care, adoption and health services for stray dogs and cats; Support the prevention of cruelty to dogs and cats; Benefit public safety by reducing the number of stray, unwanted or abandoned dogs and cats; Assist in raising funds to support and promote the Monroe County animal shelter; Support local Spay/Neuter Assistance to Pets (SNAP) and other animal control initiatives; Provide education for responsible dog and cat ownership.

Results: In the ten years of our existence, we have saved over 18,000 animals.

Target demographics: rescue unwanted and abandoned cats and dogs

Direct beneficiaries per year: 4500 animals

Geographic areas served: Monroe County, Tennessee

Programs: foster homes, rescue transports, support for Monroe County Animal Shelter, Pets for Patriots, Second Chance Pals, MCFA Thrift Store.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Great organization helping an underfunded county shelter. Awesome volunteers help two paid staff members at the shelter, run a thrift store, foster, rescue runs, roadblocks, donate time and money...everything!!

5 Beau C.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Wow, where to start!
I first became aware of MCFA through its thrift store run by an all volunteer staff and offering goods that have been donated by the community.
As we are animal people we inquired about their mission and goals. We were hooked when we learned what was going on behind the scene concerning adoption and the efforts to reduce euthanasia in Monroe County.
Volunteer staff take litters of animals home to "grade" them for adoption purposes.
Frequently trips are made to no kill shelters in need of adoptable pets. They range from puppies needed in New York to mature pets for a retirement community in Florida.

The goal to build a no kill shelter along with a thrift store to support it is a great step towards helping the communities animal control and education, but that is not all it does.
The quality of items offered at such a reasonable offer helps those less fortunate in the community. Clothing and furniture is routinely given to people who have a need due to fire or natural catastrophes that affect communities in the area.

When cleaning the clutter from your home or business please consider donating to MCFA.