If you thought that 2018 was an exciting time for Greenhill, just wait to see what 2019 has in store! Of course you already know because you’ve been helping along the way. You’ve helped us reunite over 800 pets with their families and find new loving families for over 2,200 pets. You’ve helped us provide care for these adorable creatures while Greenhill has been in the midst of a major transformation. The physical work on the Greenhill campus started in May of this past year, and the progress hasn’t slowed. Each week, there have been changes. Buildings are literally rising out of the ground, walls are coming down, and new walls are being built. It’s been very exciting and a little stressful as we have had to move animal spaces around and change our routines. Thank you for your support during this time. It has been an incredible feat to ensure that we were here for the needs of the animals in our community while at the same time making this major transformation. Your help has made this successful.
Our two new dog housing buildings are just a few months away from completion; the changes to the cat housing have begun; and the building that will house small animals, central services, and our future veterinary medical clinic is in the early stages of construction. We anticipate being able to fully occupy all but the veterinary clinic by July 1st of this year!
These new spaces will greatly improve the level of care we can provide to the animals that come to us in need. We will also be expanding our capacity to care for more animals. There will be new opportunities and ways that volunteers can help. By the end of this year, we anticipate helping a record number of animals, and we are looking forward to doing so with your continued help!
As we enter into 2019, please feel free to ask questions to learn more about the project and the time-line. You can learn more on our website here. And if you are able, we still need donations to complete the project.
Thank you again, for all your help this past year and in this new year ahead.
Cary Lieberman, Executive Director