new building plan

All donations to our Journey Home Campaign will be matched 100% by an Anonymous Donor

On the heels of marking 10 years and 10,000 adoptions of rescued animals, Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue is setting out to reach a new milestone in its history of saving the lives of homeless and at-risk animals.

The Journey Home campaign will fund much-needed new construction and campus improvements that will double dog capacity and increase cat capacity by 25 percent.

The enhanced campus plans for The Ranch include a new 20,000-sq.-ft. Welcome and Adoption Center and a 3,500-sq.-ft. Intake Building that will increase the nonprofit organization’s rescue, animal care and adoption capabilities in order to keep pace with the ever-growing challenge of helping the abandoned and neglected cats and dogs. The Welcome Center will feature a state-of-the-art veterinary clinic, full-service grooming center, casual dining café with views of the cat habitat, and warm, welcoming event rooms, allowing for greater community outreach and a wider scope of services. Other site improvements include a new dog water play area and covered patio, multi-purpose open green space, walking path to help dogs learn to walk on a leash, fenced play area and training center.

Major donors to Journey Home will be recognized through naming opportunities for their individual, family or corporate contributions. The new buildings and redeveloped campus features will offer a wide range of naming rights and donation possibilities.