Oahu SPCA Moving to New Location in James Campbell Industrial Park, Kapolei, Hawaii
Animal shelter relocating with the help of volunteers
About 50 volunteers spent their Saturday helping set up cages, installing fencing or moving animals into the new home of a no-kill animal shelter in Kapolei, Hawaii.
The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which has been at 91-1839 Roosevelt Ave. for two years, plans to continue moving today and needs volunteers to help set up its new home. Aloha Petroleum Corp. provided the 14,000-square-foot space at 91-153 Hanua St. in the James Campbell Industrial Park to the nonprofit for a two-year, rent-free lease.
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GBP’s Take: We applaud the Aloha Petroleum Corp. for donating space to the shelter. It is a great way to utilize temporarily unused space by allowing a non-profit to locate there for some time. We’re sure they’d like a more permanent location but rental savings over 2 years should really allow them to focus more on their mission where “Every healthy, treatable animal will find a forever home.”