Community Foundation for Southern Arizona hosts Open House for Asavet
Charities on November 22
Tucson, Arizona (November 10, 2016) Asavet Charities, a non-profit in Pima County,
announced today an Open House for the organization’s new spay/neuter surgical
mobile unit hosted by the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA). The
event will provide an opportunity for those interested in learning more about Asavet
Charities as well as viewing the mobile surgical unit. The Open House will take place on
Nov. 22 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at CFSA, 2250 East Broadway Blvd.
“Asavet Charities is excited beyond words to have this opportunity,” said Dr. Karter
Neal, CEO of Asavet Charities This mobile surgical unit will offer incredible new
opportunities to the people and animals of our region.”
Asavet Charities received a grant through the Bonnie Kay Charitable Fund held at the
CFSA, and now operates the impressive surgical hospital throughout Arizona and New
Mexico. It has already helped spay/neuter over a thousand animals since it started
operations in August. “The turnout we have experienced in a few months of operation
shows how great the need is for spay/neuter and vaccine services,” said Clara Lee
Arnold, COO of Asavet Charities.
Asavet Charities mission is to assist targeted communities that have requested
veterinary care through mobile surgical veterinary services.
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 22
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Location: CFSA at 2250 East Broadway Blvd.