Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation
Organization ProfileMission Statement
The Foundation supports the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care & Control through fundraising for spay-and-neuter programs, pet adoptions, public education and animal welfare.
The Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation raises money to support programs that help animals and their owners who are served by the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control. These programs include enhanced medical care for animals, animal rescue and care during disasters, low cost spay/neuter and vaccination programs, assisting owners with keeping animals during financial difficulties, grooming programs for care center animals, animal behavior and enrichment in the animal care centers, foster programs to save unweaned kittens and other animals with medical needs, and much more. The Foundation's website is www.lacountyanimals.org.
Regional: Los Angeles County
Average Board Tenure
Animal Rights and Welfare
5898 Cherry Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90805
3 years years
Please see uploaded "Board Member Policy".
Estimated monthly time commitment
Board charitable giving policy
The Foundation has a give/get policy of $1,000/year.
Other key board roles and responsibilities
Board members meet six times each year for regular meetings. Additional meetings for special topics may be called. The meetings are held virtually, but may return to one or two in-person meetings when the pandemic ends. The meetings are the 2nd Thursday of every other month beginning in January, from 12:00 to 2:00 pm.
Desired board member experience/expertise