Central Coast Animal Care Pleads For Community Donations to Keep Their Doors Open
A goal of $85,000
The Central Coast Animal Care Facility is calling for donations to help them secure a new premises.
The Animal Care Facility has been operating on the Central Coast for five and half years, dedicated to saving and re-homing animals.
After failing to have its contract renewed by Council, they were given five weeks' notice to vacate the shelter and find a new premises.
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The community organisation has found a new home, but it will set them back $85,000 a year.
They have created a fund-raising page pleading for the community to help them continue their work on the Central Coast.
“This is our urgent plea for your help. As you may know by now, we’ve had a really hard week. On Friday, we were told that our tender bid was unsuccessful to allow us to stay on, at our premises. A really sad day for our rescue.”
Supporters have taken to the comments to confirm they have donated and thanked the workers for finding them their current pets.
Council has confirmed the Central Coast will have just one shelter operating out of Charmhaven where they'll install an extra 20 kennels.
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