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You can purchase for humans and pooches by June 2nd at Noon for ticket pick-up at RVSPCA, through May 19th if you would like your tickets mailed to you, or by visiting the Roanoke Valley SPCA at 1340 Baldwin Avenue, Roanoke between Noon and 6 pm.
The Roanoke Valley SPCA is committed to transparency of information and funding sources and utilization. To learn more about the accomplishments of our previous fiscal year, including adoption numbers and programmatic goals, review our Annual Report. To learn more about our financial situation, you can review our most recent Audit and 990.
The Roanoke Valley SPCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization relying solely on the generosity of the community, and is not affiliatec with national organizations, such as the ASPCA. We are not funded by any municipality or governmental body. Our funding comes from donations, bequests, grants, fundraisers, and adoption fees. The Roanoke Valley SPCA has received a 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator for fiscal responsibility. Your donations are safe with us."It's not only a week of camp about being a vet, it's also a week of camp about learning the different animal care fields that are out there," said Roanoke Valley SPCA director of community engagement Sylvie Peterson.We can help you find a lot of information about Roanoke Valley Spca such as their products, services and industry classification (Animal Specialty Services > Shelters Animal in Roanoke, VA). What is the phone number or fax number of Roanoke Valley Spca? What is the company website? How do I get to the address at 1340 Baldwin Ave NE? Can I see a map location and get driving directions?Hi Monica!
You sure can. The Roanoke Valley SPCA is selling the tickets. They are open from 12pm-6pm every day through Saturday and can take care of you there. Their shelter is on Baldwin Avenue, just off 460 down from the Berglund Civic Center!The Roanoke Valley SPCA has proven its commitment to stemming the tide of pet overpopulation with the opening of two low cost, high quality, spay/neuter clinics in southwest Virginia.
The Roanoke Valley SPCA's Mission is "To create a community where there are no homeless cats or dogs" through Adoption, Prevention and Intervention.The Roanoke Valley SPCA’s Spay-Ghetti dinner has become a family favorite in Roanoke. A full Italian spaghetti meal is served for lunch and dinner and home baked goods are also available. Eat in, get your food to go or with orders of 20 or more, we deliver at no additional charge!The Roanoke Valley SPCA is a limited admission adoption and education center. We’re working to create a community where there are no homeless cats or dogs through the power of adoption, prevention and intervention.