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LAPS (Langley Animal Protection Society)

Raise money for LAPS (Langley Animal Protection Society)

The Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) is a registered non-profit charitable society established in 2003 by a dedicated group of volunteers eager to see positive change in the way stray, lost and unwanted animals were sheltered and cared for in Langley. The LAPS model focuses on maintaining a working relationship with the community to meet and overcome the challenges facing animals in Langley.

Based at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Langley, LAPS staff and volunteers use a progressive and humane approach to care for more than 1500 dogs, cats and large animals each year. All animals that are cared for by LAPS benefit from environmental enrichment, frequent exercise, nutritious food, and a lot of TLC provided by staff and volunteers. Medical care is also available for all those in need to ensure that each animal has the best chance at a happy and healthy life.


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Recent donors

Recent donors
Date Name Amount
May 25 Diane Russell $27.60
May 23 Anonymous $27.60
May 22 John & Jody $27.60
May 21 Grace Ducharme $32.94
May 21 Barb Ducharme Great to have organizations to be the voice and care for the four legged animals who are in need. $32.94
May 20 Adam Mitchell Go team Go!!!!! $107.72
May 20 Shelley Gawley Undisclosed amount
May 20 Anonymous $27.60
May 19 Joanne McInnes Way to go Georgina $27.60
May 19 George Smith Go team "Surrey Heritage Railway Dogs" $107.72