YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Angels for Animals celebrated a milestone Thursday.
The organization celebrated 25 years of business and marked the event with a dinner at the Lake Club. Since opening, Angels for Animals has helped with the adoption of thousands of pets. The organization has also helped to control the animal population by offering spaying services.
“It’s need driven. There is just such a huge need. People need help. People need education on animals and how to care for them and that’s what we are here to do,” said Diane Less, founder of Angels for Animals.
A campaign drive for a new project was launched at Thursday night’s event.
A new veterinary clinic at the South Range Road location will be built. The clinic will be called the Angel Wing and will care for abandoned, abused and injured animals as well as family pets.
The Angel wing will be open 24-7.