Capital Campaign

Our Capital Campaign

New AZ Friends for Life Building Aerial ViewThis capital campaign is the most significant undertaking for Friends for Life since we acquired our three buildings back in 1996. We would like to invite you to join us on this amazing journey to provide a new facility so that we may continue to offer quality care to the lost, unwanted, abandoned, and/or neglected animals in Gilbert and across the East Valley. We want you to share in our dream of a facility that will allow us to rescue more animals, getting them clean and healthy, and one step closer to a loving forever home.

Our new home is currently under construction – we will be near Baseline & Stapley in Gilbert, behind the shopping center on the southwest corner!  Our new address will be 952 W Melody Avenue in Gilbert.

Help Us Reach Our Goal

New AZ Friends for Life Building Front ViewWe have opened a separate account with our financial institution specifically for this capital campaign. We have set a goal of $1.6 million, and as of January 2018, we are SO CLOSE TO our goal! Now all we need is you!

As part of this capital campaign, we are committed to publicly recognizing every contributor of $500 or more who help make our new home a reality. Naming opportunities for larger donations will get highly visible opportunities. We will have multiple naming opportunities for all levels of donations also – this is a great opportunity to permanently acknowledge a family member or special furry friend.

Every donation gets us closer to our goal – no donation is too great or too small.

For More Information...

For more information about the Friends for Life Capital Campaign, please contact Kathy Dunham at You can visit this link to find a PDF version of our Capital Campaign brochure, or you can use the form below to make a donation directly to our Friends for Life Capital

Donate Today For A Better Tomorrow

We appreciate your help as we prepare for the next 20+ years of rescuing the forgotten ones of our community.  Help us advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves.