MSPCA Cape Cod Adoption Center - MSPCA-Angell

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The Development Officer will work closely with ARL’s President, Chief Development Officer, and program staff. The role presents a major opportunity for a motivated professional to help ARL build upon its long-time presence on the Cape (since 1921) and the exemplary service provided by the organization’s popular Brewster Shelter that has been operating out of the same location for over 50 years. The successful candidate will steward Cape donors who are members of ARL’s President’s Council (those contributing $1,000 or more annually), as well as cultivate those donors and prospects who have the capacity to consider similar gifts. The ultimate goal is to develop a community of individual and family investors who are committed to the well-being of animals on Cape Cod and inspired to support the efforts of ARL and its Brewster Shelter.
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Cape Cod will once again be home to the region’s largest dog festival with the return of Paw Palooza on at Dennis-Yarmouth High School. The extravaganza is put on by The Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation and benefits the Cape’s two largest animal shelters — the MSPCA in Centerville and the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s shelter in Brewster. We operate three animal shelters in Boston, Brewster (Cape Cod) and Dedham (metro west of Boston)
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Chris McLaughlin’s life’s purpose became clear when the floods of Katrina receded. The toll the disaster took on the lives of the animals of the Gulf Coast ignited a passion and purpose that continues today. “ARF’s work will live on because of the lives we met, the lives we saved, and the lives we lost.” She lives on Cape Cod with a rescued Sheltie named Buddy, and two cats named Roo and Tee Tallulah.Admission is $5 (no charge for kids 12 and under or dogs). Through the newly established Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation, net proceeds will be donated to The Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Brewster shelter and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ (MSPCA) Centerville shelter. The two humane organizations will be on site at the event with information about their organizations.The Development Officer plays a critical role in increasing individual and corporate support to advance the programs, mission and vision of the Animal Rescue League (ARL) of Boston. This position has a particular focus on Cape Cod and will work out of our ARL shelter in Brewster, MA. He/she is responsive for overseeing the cultivation of prospects, the stewardship of current and future leadership and major contributors, and the solicitation of donors to support annual operations or programs and future comprehensive or special campaigns. The Development Officer will also be responsible for identifying and leveraging planned and deferred gift opportunities.Cape Cod will once again be home to the region’s largest dog festival with the return of Paw Palooza on July 15 and 16 at Dennis-Yarmouth High School. The extravaganza is put on by The Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation and benefits the Cape’s two largest animal shelters — the MSPCA in Centerville and the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s shelter in Brewster.The Animal Rescue League has served Cape Cod since 1921. The Cape shelter relocated from Provincetown to Brewster in 1967 in order to care for more animals. Last year, the Brewster shelter found permanent homes for over 720 animals. The facility includes a paddock for large animals, a wildlife rescue team, and an ambulance. The shelter is located at 3981 Main Street (Route 6A) in Brewster. Visit them online at or .Admission is $5 (no charge for kids 12 and under or dogs). Through the newly established Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation, net proceeds will be donated to The Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Brewster shelter and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ (MSPCA) Centerville shelter. The two humane organizations will be on site at the event with information about their organizations.