Animal welfare services for Olympia, WA & the surrounding areas since 1980 helping those who cannot help themselves please call us today (360) 456-8176
Concern for Animals was founded in 1980 by Ann Albohn and Joyce Pearce. The CFA Mission is:
"To promote the welfare of animals as pets or if abandoned, in public or private homes or facilities. We also provide education and information to the public about animal care and proper treatment. We support and promote the humane treatment of animals, and support animals that are victims of crime by attending legal hearings and trials. Concern for Animals raises and allocates funds for these purposes according to the laws of Washington State and the U.S."
Concern for Animals was started with the vision to help those who cannot help themselves. For the last 30 years, Concern for Animals has helped thousands of animals in need by providing a variety of veterinary services. We hope to help even more in the years to come. Our goal is to build our own center to help fulfill our mission.
We are a non-profit, charitable organization, 501(c)(3). We rely on membership dues, donations, grants, estate bequests, and many fundraising projects to support our program to help the animals. All donations are tax deductible and appreciated. Many of our members volunteer with fundraising and our adoption program.
If you are concerned about animals and would like to help, donations can be made by clicking on donation. We accept donations via Paypal or JustGive.org. All transactions are safe and secure. Or become a member by filling out the membership application online or printing it out and mail to CFA.