Groundbreaking Supporters

During the initial phase of the Beyond the Shelter campaign, the plan for the new Community Animal Center was presented to LifeLine’s Board of Directors, select donors and a handful of local and national institutional funders. Below is a list of those donors who believed enough in the vision for the facility to commit their support early on. We are especially grateful for their confidence in the project and, ultimately, enabling its pursuit.

Katherine Abreu
Tricia Anderson
ATK Foundation
Julie and Kim Beaty
Best Friends Animal Society
Carolyn Bibb and Susan Yandel
Margaret and Sam Brownlee
Chuck and Emilie Bryant
Drs. Kris Byron and Ross Rubenstein
Mark and Pam Caster
Anne Cox-Johnson and Brian Johnson
Ashley Derrick and Alison Grounds
Judy Dunn
Robert V. Eberwein Estate
Jennifer Eddy and Kerry Milhaven
Michele and Jimmy Etheredge
Friends of Tracy Anderson
Rick and Sonya Garber
Peg and Bruce Ganger
Heidi Gleason and J.D. McCrary
David and Patty Gould
Rebecca Guinn and Sharon Eikey
William and Jennifer Hayes
Ashley Heath
Julia and David Hornbeck
Matt and Kim Hunsucker
Cynthia Jeness
Matthew and Maggie Klein
Rosemarie Kobau
M'Lee and Jeremy Lefkovits
Ed and Liz Lohr
Alan Malcolm
Marcia and Mark Miller Family Foundation
Joe Martin and Lizz Patrick
Peter and Rita Mathon
Skip McPheeters
Cindy and Gavin McQuiston
Ken and Carolyn Meltzer
David Midler
Ginny Millner
Caroline and Phil Moise
Greg Mooneyham
Pete and Joann Nolan
Ed Patterson and Steve Richards
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Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
Blythe Randolph and Dr. Steven M. Roser
Bethany and John Rutledge
Scott Sneed and Carol Harvey
Leigh-Anne and Steve Spokane
Steve and Karin Stern
Lizanne Stephenson
Donna and Richard Stogner
Fair Sutherlin
The Brooks Family
The Dowd Foundation
The May P. and Francis L. Abreu Charitable Trust
The Whitcomb Family Foundation
Vickie Thomas
Claire and Jeff Webber
Elizabeth Whitcomb
Jim and Heather Wininger
Alvin T. Wong and Jeannie Lin
Libby and Jenner Wood
Miller Wood
Dr. M. June Woodward

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LifeLine Animal Project

Founded in 2002 and now managing DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine Animal Project is the leading non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters. Together, we will make Atlanta a no-kill community.

LifeLine Animal Project is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

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