I am pleased to announce the launch of our new website. We hope that our new site will help you – our volunteers, our friends, our donors, and our community stay better connected with us. This website is an important resource to keep you updated and share the exciting things that are going on at the Animal Rescue League of Fall River.

We hope that this site will allow you to more easily find what you are looking for: animal care and adoptions, upcoming events, how to give, and other important information, including our animal clinic programs and services. You can also read about volunteers and supporters involved in our fundraising efforts and learn why the Faxon Animal Care and Adoption Center and the Sylvan Animal Clinic are so important to them.

We are entering very exciting times at the League. In 2014, we will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Animal Rescue League. As part of the centennial celebration of the League, our goal is to renovate the Shelter to enhance the quality of life of the animals in our care, accommodate more animals, and to create a more welcoming facility for the community.

Our updated Shelter and Clinic Programs have been part of our strategic plan. So far, it has been an amazing journey. Without your commitment and confidence in our mission, our work would be at a standstill. Your support has empowered us to become the premier provider of life-saving programs for animals in the greater Fall River and bordering Rhode Island communities.

We are exhilarated and thankful to have such a phenomenal, supportive, and giving community. Our supporters, volunteers, and donors have helped us to strengthen our mission to protect and enhance animals in our community. Every dollar has counted and made a difference.

On June 25, 2014, the League will be celebrating its Centennial. We would be honored for you to join us in sharing and celebrating this milestone. As we move forward, the League will continue to address the growing community needs, and maintain important life-saving programs for people and animals.

Best Regards,

John Panarese