On Thursday, March 12, 2020 members of The Rees-Jones Foundation attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Operation Kindness’ Rees-Jones Foundation Medical Wing.
The new medical wing is part of OPK’s ongoing capital campaign, which is aimed at raising $12 million in order to expand OPK’s campus and improve operations.
The newly constructed 9,000-square-foot medical facility located on four acres in Carrollton, Texas will allow Operation Kindness to serve 35 percent more dogs and cats.
“As a Foundation, we are dedicated to the cause of ensuring that homeless animals fulfill their pet destinies by finding loving, responsible, forever homes. In North Texas alone, nearly 114,000 animals are euthanized each year, and we are committed to changing this for our city in partnership with Operation Kindness and the amazing work they do for thousands of adoptable pets,” said Margaret Rees-Jones, Advisory Board Member of The Rees-Jones Foundation.
“We are so honored to be part of their continued effort to provide medical care for so many dogs and cats that may be sick or injured, but are entirely deserving of love,” said Margaret Rees-Jones.