Protection, Care, Shelter, Adopt
Dear Donors and Supporters of Crossroads Animal Shelter,
Your contributions have been incredible. We cannot thank you enough for your generous donations to Crossroads Animal Shelter on Give to the Max Day!
Crossroads Animal Shelter provided incentives for you to donate on Give to the Max Day.
Every donation of $10 and higher will receive a coupon for a cat or dog toy that may be picked up at Crossroads during regular open hours.
Our Mission: Crossroads Animal Shelter provides a comprehensive and compassionate service to the people of the Wright County area through protection, care, shelter, placement, and education for the dignity and well-being of all animals.
In September of 1999, a small group of dedicated volunteers with years of experience caring for animals came together for the sole purpose of building a spacious, new shelter to help homeless and abandoned animals from the Wright County area.
We set an ambitious goal to raise $20,000 in our first year and at the end of that year, realized more than three times that amount. At the end of our second year, having been gifted a parcel of land for our new facility, we moved forward with plans to break ground.
In January of 2002 we opened the doors of our new shelter to the public with space for more than 30 cats and kittens and 20 dogs and puppies.
From our birth to the opening of the new facility, we helped more than 950 animals through a network of foster homes. Since our new building, we have helped more than 8,000 animals.
We owe our success to many good-hearted people. Those who have provided temporary homes for needy animals, those who have helped us financially, and those who volunteer their time and talents so that we may continue to make a difference for so many animals.
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, we operate on limited resources with gifts and contributions from people who care about animals.
Major Areas of Concentration:
- Animal Welfare
- Fund Raising
- Volunteer involvement is essential to carry out the dream of helping animals.