Where we are headed


In our first full calendar year of operation we plan on rescuing/redeeming and re-homing 150 dogs and on assisting 8-10 people (3-6 at a time) in their recovery and job training during that period. We project a paid staff of 3-4 employees during this time, including our program participants. (3 of these projected as part-time)

In our 2nd calendar year of operation, we plan on rescuing/redeeming and re-homing 250 dogs. We plan on assisting 10-12 people directly in their recovery and job training during that period. We project a paid staff of 7-9 employees during this time, including our program participants. Our capacity for sheltering dogs in this year should increase to include a large recover foster network. That, coupled with improved systems and enhanced strategic partnerships in place during year two, should increase the number of dogs we save and re-home.

In our 3rd calendar year of operation, we plan on rescuing/redeeming and re-homing 450 dogs. We plan on assisting 12-15 people directly in their recovery and job training during that period. . We will hold steady with a paid staff of 8-10 employees, including our program participants. Our capacity for sheltering dogs will remain steady, but further improved systems, more events, much larger social media network by this time, and enhanced marketing should lead to more dog lives saved. Additionally, in year 3 we may open a small storefront in a strategically beneficial urban area to increase the number of dogs adopted and to raise our profile in heavy foot-traffic areas and to further enhance employment opportunities for our Recovery program graduates