To rescue and shelter homeless animals and provide adoption choices, low-cost spay/neuter services, educational programs & volunteer opportunities.
The North Carolina Aquarium Society is a private, nonprofit organization whose purpose it provide philanthropic support for the three state-operated North Carolina Aquariums at Fort Fisher, Pine Knoll Shores and Roanoke Island, as well as Jennette's Pier in Nags Head. This support is provided through donations, exhibit and program sponsorship, membership programs, gift shop operations, and advocacy. These efforts support the Aquariums’ operational and capital needs, as well as their mission to "Inspire appreciation and conservation of our aquatic environments."
To promote the humane treatment of animals through public education of responsible pet ownership and the operation of a no-kill facility.
To create and grow lifetime relationships between pets and people through adoption, training, education & care.
To promote respect for all animals, as well as agricultural, environmental and wildlife conservation and facilitates rehabilitation, rescue, and responsible pet ownership in order to enhance the human-animal bond.
To educate the public about the humane care and treatment of animals, promote spay/neuter and encourage the adoption of homeless animals.
To provide a licensed, No-Kill shelter for homeless animal until adopted into a loving and caring lifetime enviornment: to reduce the population of stray animals, and to promote responsible pet ownership.
To manage, protect and preserve the last known wild herd of Spanish Mustangs on the northern outer banks.
To promote the health and safety of all cats and dogs in Chatham County.