HALO Animal Rescue reaching out to community for help with new Deer Valley building

Posted at 2:04 PM, Dec 14, 2016
and last updated 2016-12-15 00:56:09-05

HALO Animal Rescue and Maricopa County Animal Care and Control are splitting up next year.

According to a HALO spokesperson, MCACC West decided to cancel the contract between the organizations. The move means that HALO will have to relocate its headquarters before the April 30 deadline.

MCACC said restructuring the department will make them more efficient. 

HALO is reaching out to the community to support their efforts while they move into their new, Deer Valley space. 

After purchasing the building, renovating to accommodate cats and dogs and adding a medical hospital, the rescue is looking at a costly bill. They’re hoping to raise the necessary funds to make their move as efficient as possible.

HALO saves up to 8,000 cats and dogs every year. They also helped MCACC West increase their live release rate to over 80 percent in just four years.

The nonprofit organization is accepting donations either by phone, mail or online.

If you would like to donate:

HALO Animal Rescue

2500 S. 27th Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85009