Check Out Saving Grace’s 2022 Annual Report
A Letter from Our Director
2022 was a tough year for shelters across the country, and Saving Grace is no exception. But when over 4,000 pets had no where else to turn this year, Saving Grace was there. Sadly, we saw a 20% increase in the number of animals needing assistance here in Douglas County in 2022 and there is no end in sight. Families struggling financially, lack of affordable veterinary care and people losing their homes were the top reasons we saw our intake numbers increase.
Thanks to your support, Saving Grace was there to provide food, veterinary care and resources to help keep families together whenever possible. Our medical team spayed and neutered over 4,000 animals in 2022, helping to prevent thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens from being born homeless. In addition, we found new loving homes for a record number of animals, 2,332!!! Our team partnered with other local nonprofits such as ADAPT and the Gary Leif Navigation Center to reach new communities and help more pets and people than ever before in 2022. We plan to continue to expand our work with your help in 2023!