The Roanoke Valley SPCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization relying solely on the generosity of the community, and is not affiliatec with national organizations, such as the ASPCA. We are not funded by any municipality or governmental body. Our funding comes from donations, bequests, grants, fundraisers, and adoption fees. The Roanoke Valley SPCA has received a 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator for fiscal responsibility. Your donations are safe with us.
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Enjoy beautiful photography of Roanoke Valley SPCA alumni at iconic Roanoke Valley Locations. They make perfect gifts for the animal lovers in your life. All the proceeds support our work to create a community where there are no homeless cats or dogs.
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The Roanoke Valley SPCA is committed to transparency of information and funding sources and utilization. To learn more about the accomplishments of our previous fiscal year, including adoption numbers and programmatic goals, review our Annual Report. To learn more about our financial situation, you can review our most recent Audit and 990.
Finding your new best friend at the Roanoke Valley SPCA ..
ROANOKE, Va. - Friday is National Take Your Dog to Work Day and the Roanoke Valley SPCA is encouraging Roanoke to get in on the action.Ozzy Shively is an Animal Care Technician who has been with the Roanoke Valley SPCA since May, 2015. He began his career here as an intern while attending William Byrd High School. Ozzy loves animals, and at home he has his best friend Bentley, an English Bulldog. Ozzy’s responsibilities include walking the dogs, cleaning their cages, feeding and watering them, and giving out lots of hugs and attention. In his off hours, Ozzy loves to travel and to spend time with family and friends. Ozzy can be reached at .Kathleen is the Development Assistant at the Roanoke Valley SPCA. Kathleen has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Roanoke College. In her role, Kathleen, along with the Director of Community Engagement, provides special events, marketing and fundraising. Prior to this position, she worked as one of our Adoption Counselors, helping animals find their forever homes. Kathleen has always been around animals since she was a child and to her, working at the Roanoke Valley SPCA feels like home.The Roanoke Valley SPCA believes that the only way to end the overpopulation of unwanted pets is through an aggressive spay/neuter program. The Roanoke Valley SPCA is proud to manage to low-cost, high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinics. Mountain View Humane, our spay/neuter subsidiary operates a clinic in Roanoke and in Christiansburg, uniquely positioning us to serve all of southwest Virginia and parts of southern West Virginia.