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Our Mission

The mission that drove Ann Albohn and Joyce Pearce to found Concern for Animals in 1980 is the same mission that drives our efforts today -


To assist those struggling financially with pets in need of food, medical care, and spay/neuter procedures, and to promote the welfare of all animals.

We are a non-profit, charitable organization, 501(c)(3). We rely on donations, grants, estate bequests, and many fundraising projects to support our programs that help animals in the greater Olympia area. Started with the vision to help those who cannot help themselves, Concern for Animals has helped thousands of animals in need by providing a variety of veterinary services over the last 42 years.

We hope to help even more in the years to come!

The CFA Team

Our team is made up of forward-thinking, driven individuals dedicated to making a difference in the lives of animals that need it most. Check out the team and their perfect pals below!

Board of Directors

Jeff Martin


Cella Hyde

Vice President

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Janey Hanson


Concern for Animals CFA Dog Veterinary Cost Vet Animal Welfare Pet Animal Board Member Joyce Watts
Joyce Watts


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Loren Thomas


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Karen Petty


Alison Densley



Concern for Animals CFA Equine Veterinary Cost Vet Animal Welfare Pet Animal Programs Coordinator Manager Gina Stommes Horse
Gina Stommes

Operations & Programs Manager

Amy G.
Amy Geier

Outreach &

Development Coordinator

Our Team

Want to join the CFA team? We're always looking for enthusiastic volunteers that have a passion for helping animals and people in need. Fill out our Volunteer Application and email it to to schedule an interview and see what we need help with right now!

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