This Year's Project: Building for Hope
Noah’s Hope started rescuing Siouxland animals in 2007. We became a registered non-profit organization in 2010, and we opened our Doggy Den at 26th and Myrtle to help support our work. Our all-volunteer group has always focused on underdogs. We rescue the dogs animal shelters consider hopeless: the old, the sick and injured, the used-up by breeders, the forsaken. We nurse them, bring them back from the brink, and give them another chance. We believe they make the very best pets because somehow, some way, they understand. And they thank us. Since our inception, we have saved thousands of animals.
Current Project: Building for Hope
Building for Hope is a capital campaign to build a new space for our dogs! The Doggy Den has served us well, but it is a rental space and we are bursting at the seams. The campaign was kicked off at our annual Golf Fundraiser. A generous donation has allowed us to start the capital campaign with $12,500.00! Our goal is $250,000.00, and we have a lot of work to do, but we are confident with our village of supporters, as well as our hard working volunteers and board members, we can make this a reality!