With the success of the Chester County SPCA has come new opportunities for growth. On January 1st the CCSPCA was chosen to provide Animal Services for the entire state of Delaware. Our mission remains the same but our territory has expanded. At the most recent meeting, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to change the name of our organization to the Brandywine Valley SPCA. We are excited about our organization’s future and hope that you, our supporters, will continue to aid us in our mission to put the "Human" back in "Humane Animal Treatment".
Join us on February 20th from 10 am to 12pm for the Grand Opening of our new Delaware Campus located at 600 South Street in New Castle, DE 19720 next to Battery Park. The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will begin at 11am and refreshments will be provided. Be part of animal welfare history as it unfolds. Tours will also be available by our passionate team and will include details about the programs & services that will be available.
RSVP to our event by calling 484-302-0017
2015 was a banner year for the Chester County SPCA. We saved 5,260 animals, spay/neutered 5,843 pets, all while maintaining a 94% Save Rate.
Delaware, here we come!
Your gifts go directly to the care and shelter of the animals that come to our doors, until they find their forever homes.
Save The Date
From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm the West Goshen Community Park will be turned into an extravaganza of fun for the whole family with interactive inflatable games, live music by the Chatterband, 5K race, food trucks, beer garden and the 1K Walk for Paws.
Sign up today to walk, run and fundraise for our animals.The top fundraising machine will receive free tickets to the Forget Me Not 2016.
Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available, Contact Us At 610-228-0952.
On January 11, 2016
The Humane Society of the United States travelled to West Chester to honor two of our Animal Protection Services Officers, Kelsey Beam and Frank Galbraith. Also honored were Donald McMonagle, a local parole agent and Kevin Pierce, Assistant District Attorney at the Chester County District Attorney’s Office.
These individuals were able to charge two Chester County residents with 143 counts of violating the new law which outlaws possession of animal fighting paraphernalia.