Oahu SPCA Moving to New Location in James Campbell Industrial Park, Kapolei, Hawaii

Posted on September 26th, by GBP in Hawaii, Industrial Park, New Tenants, News, Non-profit. No Comments

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.”

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