Help is Here
We can not survive without donations from the community. Without you, we would not be able to continue to provide services and resources to the pets and people in our community. We need your help now more than ever as we begin to help more and more counties reduce economic euthanasia and save lives. Our formal name is Assisi Animal Clinics of VA, Inc and our tax id number is: 54-2021941.
We do not receive funding from any national animal advocacy organization, federal, state, or local entity. We rely solely on the supporters of our organization and the work we do in the community.
We are committed to the transparency of information and funding sources that our organization receives. View our Board of Directors for the current fiscal year. To learn more about our finances, you can review our most recent 990. To learn more about the accomplishments of our previous fiscal year, including adoption rates, clinical numbers, and programmatic overview, review our Annual Report.
Ways to Give:
Donate by Mail or In Person
Angels of Assisi
415 Campbell Avenue SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
Planned Giving: Leave a Legacy
Remembering Angels of Assisi in your will can help create lasting change for the homeless animals in the Roanoke Valley and the programs of Angels of Assisi. Click here for more information on how to leave a legacy for the animals.
Donate a Vehicle
Angels of Assisi has made it easy to donate an unwanted vehicle to help the homeless pets of the Roanoke Valley. Click here for more information on vehicle donations.
Wishlist of Needed Supplies
Caring for the homeless pets of the Roanoke Valley takes a lot of supplies! Click here for a list of needed supplies and a printable flyer for businesses and community boards.
To learn more about the over 2,000 animals that pass through our facility annually, visit the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services website. This helpful site will allow you to search all animal shelters in the Commonwealth for each year to review the numbers of animals brought into the facility and leaving the facility including the methods of intake and disposition across the years.