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New Clinic in Robbinsville

We at People For Animals plan to establish high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinics located throughout the state in order to provide close access to a-fordable services to all New Jersey Residents. With this in mind, we closed on a building in Robbinsville, Mercer County, on the first of September. The location consists of a 2,400 square foot building on 3.25 acres just outside of Trenton, NJ. The building is ideal in its location in that it lies at the intersection of Routes 130 and 33 and is in close proximity to the NJ Turnpike. This location provides easy access for clients and facilitates our Neuter Scooter transportation pro-gram.

The size of the location is also of very great advantage to us. While the building itself is only about two thirds the size of our Hillside Clinic, the 3.25 acres of land offers almost endless possibilities. We will be able to provide the clinic with ample parking, and the extra breathing room presents the possibility of expansion. Current renovations are being designed with future expansion in mind, and we are very ex-cited about the ability of the space to grow and change with us as time goes by.

The architectural plans for the renovation of the building will have been completed by the first of October, and renovations are projected to begin by the first of November.

The building itself was previously used as a reception hall for the Robbinsville Elks club. While little demolition will be required since the interior is largely undivided, the building will need plenty of renovations in order to function in the same way as our clinic in Hillside. The space will need to be partitioned into sections to allow for he organization of a reception area, a waiting room, surgical suites and animal holding areas. The roof and HVAC sys-tem will need to be replaced as well, and we will need to furnish the new clinic with the hundreds of items which are essential to the everyday operation of the clinic. Surgical equipment, crates and other animal holding units, computers, and furniture, among a long list of other necessities, will be needed in order to get our new clinic up and running. The fundraising support which we will need in order to accomplish this massive task will be immense.

Please help us reach out to Trenton with your donations.

We will be having a fundraiser on October 16th, 2010.

 

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