EAST PITTSBURGH POLICE FUND FOR ABUSED AND NEGLECTED ANIMALS
The East Pittsburgh Police Department Animal Care Fund was established in 2000. Over the years, the amount of abused and neglected animals found on the streets of East Pittsburgh sadly increases. Our Police Officers often dedicate their own time and money into treating and safely removing these animals from life threatening situations.
The East Pittsburgh Police Fund for Abused and Neglected Animals is a non-profit fund that exists and operates on proceeds raised through fundraising, recycling, and private donations. All contributions go towards food, shelter, and medical care of animals rescued by the Police Department. Donations are sometimes made to other non-profit agencies assisting in the rescue and treatment of animals in our region.
Contributions may be made to:
East Pittsburgh Police Department
Animal Care Fund
811 Linden Avenue
East Pittsburgh, PA 15112
The Animal Care Fund was founded by Retired Chief Jack Cassidy and Chief Lori Payne.
The Animal Fund is always accepting donations for its Annual Flea Market. Donations may be dropped off at the Borough Office Monday thru Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Pictured are some of the animals recently placed in their forever homes. Click on the thumbnail to see a bigger picture of the rescued animal.