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Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare
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The Board of Governors of the Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare is comprised of dedicated and caring women whose goal is to reduce the number of stray animals on Staten Island and place pets in their forever homes.
All Board Members are actively engaged in the following:
No Board Member is salaried. All serve on a voluntary basis. The only compensation received is reimbursement for out of pocket expenses.
- Animal Rescue
- Transporting animals to Veterinarians, boarding facilities and adoption events
- Screening prospective adopters, via telephone, adoption events and home visits
- Making adoptions
- Attending adoption events
- Attending newsletter and raffle mailings
- Participating in fundraising events, including: setting up tables at fairs and yard sales, selling raffles, transporting items, selling T-shirts, distributing literature and preparing and serving food.
- Educating the public on animal welfare
STATEN ISLAND COUNCIL FOR ANIMAL WELFARE
Organization: Staten Island Council For Animal Welfare
2007 ANNUAL REPORT
Address: P.O. Box 120125, Staten Island, NY 10312
Phone: (718) 356-2334
The mission of the Staten Island Council mission is to rescue stray and abandoned animals, provide all necessary veterinary care for their health, and place them for adoption into loving homes.
The following is an overview of the income and expenses of the Staten Island Council For Animal Welfare for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2007:
Total Support and Revenue: 201,364
Total Expenses: 282,421
End of Year Balance Net Loss: 81,057
Board of Governors
Clo Garguilo, President
Laurie Perla, Vice President
Elizabeth Ferraro, Secretary
Barbara Dieckmann, Treasurer
Laura Moskie, Board Member
Danielle Garguilo, Board Member
The Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare is tax-exempt under section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.
- Thomas Edison
Non-Profit Tax Exempt
Clotilda (Clo) Garguilo
Board of Governors