Park County Animal Shelter
This is a conceptual design of a facility that would meet the current and future needs of the Park County Animal Shelter as identified by Shelter Planners architects.
Two donors made unsolicited contributions totaling $320,000 to rebuild the shelter.
The Board hired Shelter Planner Architects to conduct a Needs Assessment.
The Board hired Shelter Planners to prepare a schematic building design. The design yielded designs ranging from $1.5 to $2.3 million.
DEC 2014 – JULY 2015
The Board researched reducing building costs and fundraising ideas.
The Board hired Animal Shelter Fundraising (ASF) to conduct a Fundraising Feasibility Study. Fifteen major recommendations were presented to the Board.
JAN 2016 – FEB 2016
Based on the Study outcome, the Board accepted a goal to raise 1.7 million. The Fundraising Feasibility Study became the road map to a new and improved shelter building.
The Board created and filled a PCAS Fundraising Coordinator position.
The Board hired ASF to manage our capital campaign, focusing on the next 12 months of the “Quiet Phase” when we make solicitations of major gifts.
AUG 2016 – APR 2017
The Board appointed a Capital Campaign Steering Committee to work with ASF to develop Campaign strategies, policies and materials.
The Capital Campaign Steering Committee begins the Quiet Phase of the Campaign.
Conclusion of the Capital Campaign.
Construction groundbreaking of awesome new building.
Grand Opening of the new Better Shelter.
Park County Animal Shelter is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.