Kittens One, Two and Three

A single mother was hopeful she’d be able to take in three kittens that had nowhere else to go. But, before she could, she knew how much extra costs come with taking on three kittens. She wouldn’t agree to taking them unless she qualified for the spay-neuter assistance program. MCHA was able to set her up with three vouchers to help with the costs of their surgeries, making sure these kittens had a home and would be fixed.

Letter from the Executive Director

At the end of 2014, my only expression was “we survived.” MCHA is a small organization, and without an Executive Director for almost a year, there was plenty of work to be done when I was brought in on May 5, 2014. Prior to my work here, there was a staff of two that worked diligently to keep our programs operational for a community that needed them (by an increase of more than 20%). Working with just a staff of two, there was a Board of Directors that worked tirelessly to keep an organization that they believed in working towards the future. Even then, there was a small, yet mighty team always believing there was so much more work to be done in the community, and that MCHA would be the

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