Animal Sanctuary To Receive Grant

By Jayne Ann Bugda | jbugda@pahomepage.com, Dave Becker | dbecker@pahomepage.com, Jasmine Brooks | jbrooks@pahomepage.com

Published 04/24 2015 12:50PM

Updated 04/24 2015 02:55PM

 Two-hundred animals call Indraloka Animal SAnctuary, nestled in the Endless Mountains of Mehoopany Township, home.
     After a decade of making her vision a reality, founder Indra Lahiri , has been offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
 
"Just days ago we were given the exciting news that we actually have a matching gift of $200,000. What that means is for the next $200,000 that we can raise that every single penny every single dollar will be matched."
    Animals like this hen, named Chi, enjoys her life from a homemade swing, which supports her when her legs cannot.
    And  a sweet dog, Marisol, once had two broken legs and was near death. Now she relaxes inside a warm home.

    The financial opportunity Indra has just been presented will allow the sanctuary to relocate to a more central an accessible location.
    Ultimately, more children will be able to experience the sanctuary.
 



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