Campus For Compassion
In our world, humanity and being humane have to be the watchword every single day. This is why the Campus Of Compassion came into being.
The Humane Campus for Compassion
In the United States of America, in the city of Arizona is the “Arizona Humane Society Campus For Compassion”. The Arizona Humane Society is sometimes referred to as “Campus For Compassion” for short. It is located at 1521 W Dobbius road, Phoenix, AZ 85041. The Campus For Compassion is an animal shelter that helps in finding loving homes for different animals like dogs, cats, rabbits, and a host of other small animals. The Campus For Compassion serves the phoenix metropolitan area.
- The Arizona Humane Society is a private establishment and is also a nonprofit organization. It is the largest 501 (c) (3) animal in Phoenix and the entirety of Arizona as a state. The organization does not receive any form anywhere else, all funding of the campus of compassion is done by its donors, this donor has supported the campus year in year out.
The campus was founded by the late Nina Mason Pulliam, it is why some people often refer to the campus as the “Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for compassion”. The campus opens and starts adoption processes from the hours of 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily. The campus goes about rescuing stray animals that are on the streets without owners. The campus then brings them back to the shelter and takes care of them till they are adopted. The campus is rated number 2 in the popularity ratings, it is number 10 out of 80 animal shelters in Maricopa county. The animals are vaccinated and treated well by the workers at the shelter. Animals that can be found at the shelter are; dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and sometimes even horses.
About the founder of the campus for compassion
Nina Mason Pulliam was an American journalist, author, and a newspaper executive in the state of Arizona. She was given birth to on the 19th of September 1906 and died on the 26th of March 1997. Nina Pulliam in her lifetime had a charitable personality, she contributed to many philanthropic causes and projects, the Arizona Humane Society being one of them. Her love for animals and her rare humane spirit help necessitate the creation of the project now referred to as the “Campus for Compassion”.