Orange Beach Animal Care and Control Program (OBACCP) is dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people in our community. Our mission is to improve the lives of animals and people through education, training and providing humane solutions to conflicts between animals and the community. We are champions for animals in Orange Beach.
Deluged by requests for help, and concerned about the rapidly expanding unchecked population growth of our community cat colonies as well as the unnecessary killing of cats by individuals using inhumane methods, the Orange Beach Animal Care and Control Program is founded.
We are a resource for dedicated animal caregivers, advocates, nonprofit groups, and volunteers driving change and accelerating protection for animals in Orange Beach.
Acquire designation as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization.
Establish organizational structure, TNR clinic model, management and mission.
Recruit, train and mobilize local volunteers to assist with education, fundraising and TNR.
Establish system for data collection, volunteer registration and donations.
Create a community cat food bank, feeding stations and acquire traps to increase TNR capacity.
Increase funding with donor base. OBACCP raised over $1500 in its first week as a non-profit charitable organization.
Develop and implement a collaborative marketing plan to raise awareness, promote services and educate public about humane methods of animal care.
Seek city endorsement through resolution and funding.
Expand and strengthen a collaborative effort with outreach events.