Our "pop-up" store was a big success! Now, FAAS is thrilled to announce it will open a permanent satellite adoption store in the same space.
"FAAS South Shore" will open in May and will be located at 2228A South Shore Center, as part of Alameda's popular outdoor shopping mall.
The new location will offer FAAS the opportunity to expand programs, welcome the community, and involve local businesses. It will have:
• Professionally designed window and store displays showcasing adoptable cats and rabbits.
• Special events, including “yappy hours” and monthly dog adoption fairs in the open courtyard.
• A conference and training room for a monthly Pet Loss Support Group, education seminars, and activities for youth organizations.
FAAS will continue to operate the main animal shelter at 1590 Fortmann Way in Alameda.
Become A Founding Sponsor
Our new space in the mall needs to be renovated to accommodate animals. Can you be a founding sponsor to help us get this important project for Alameda's homeless pets off the ground?
Founding sponsors will be prominently recognized on interior store signage, on our website, through our extensive social media presence, and at a private reception with major donors and community leaders. From the $500 Tail Wagger to the $10,000 Best In Show, the sponsorship menu outlines the various FAAS South Shore sponsorship levels and associated benefits. (Ready to sponsor? Go here.)
Next Step For Homeless Pets
FAAS works with more than 300 shelter volunteers as well as civic organizations, health and human service nonprofits, the City of Alameda, and businesses like yours to create a safety net for Alameda's homeless pets. We take in more than 1,000 lost and abandoned pets a year and are able to save more than 99 percent. For the last five years running, we've been voted "Best Nonprofit Group" by Alameda Magazine readers.
FAAS South Shore will raise our profile – and impact – even more as we work to ensure every homeless animal gets a second chance. We look forward to involving the entire community in making this dream a reality. Don't miss this chance to take the next big step for Alameda's homeless pets!
Questions? Please contact John Lipp at 510-337-8560 or Carla Thornton at 510-337-8572.