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The Sanctuary at Haafsville

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: The Sanctuary is a community resource which enriches the lives of its resident animals and members of the community in an environmentally sound facility by:  promoting programs that encourage interaction between people and animals to the benefit of both  providing for animals needing a temporary or permanent home in a humane and respectful way  showcasing the sustainability of “green” architecture and planning

Results: We opened our first facility for cats and dogs and were able to raise enough funds to add on our first dog suite and our first feline suite for senior felines.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 750

Geographic areas served: Eastern Pennsylvania

Programs: Seniors for Seniors-placing older animals with older humans at no cost to the humans and free forever medical care. Rescue of stray animals. Rehoming of cats and dogs.

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Client Served

Rating: 1

They dont try to locate owners of lost pets , they patch em up as quickly as possibly and ship em out as quickly as possibly. Multiple peoples have had there pets given to other families even after owner gave every inkling of proof that they are rightful guardians of the pets :(

Board Member

Rating: 5

The Sanctuary at Haafsville rocks!!
The Sanctuary is a living and working community, where animals live, and humans come daily to be a part of this tranquil experience. This haven is based on the rescue, rehab and rehoming of stray, abandoned, unwanted, needy dogs and cats. One of the aspects that makes it stand out is that while these animals are with us, we encourage human social service agencies to bring their clients who are challenged, mentally, emotionally or physically, to come and be a part of the Sanctuary. While helping to care for the animals, these individuals gain peace and a sense of purpose from the animals’ gentle presence and love. The Sanctuary seeks to do this in as environmentally a sound manner as possible. Last year we found loving homes for almost 800 animals.