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Animal Outreach of CMC
600 Park Blvd
West Cape May NJ 08204


phone:
609-898-1738

 

Veterinarians of Record:
Cape May Veterinary Hospital
Robert J. Moffatt, VMD
Robert Panaccio, VMD

Working Groups


Project Steering
Harry Bellangy
Michael Murphy
Steve Lamanna
Cindy Huf

Grant Writing
Mary Sims
Tom Sims

Education
Marilyn Jones

Events Coordinator
Chrissie Laudeman

Who We Are
Animal Outreach is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping the abused, abandoned, and neglected animals of Cape May County and beyond.  Animal Outreach (AO) began as a fostering network in 1998, and we still use our foster homes to rehabilitate and care for animals in need.  

There is a tremendous need for our services, and we hope to continue our mission well into the future.  We are a small operation with a big heart and bigger plans.  And the community is behind us in reaching our goals.  We hope you can help us with our commitment to the animals.  Please contact us (609-898-1738).  Let us know how you can help!

Come Visit Us
... at 600 Park Boulevard, Unit 3, in West Cape May. Our hours are currently Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12-4. In season our hours are more frequent but we always will make time by appointment.  Please call us if you'd like to meet one of our furry friends at a time that we are not open to the public.


Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide shelter, care and love for the unwanted, abused and/or abandoned animals of Cape May County. We include in our mission rescuing animals from surrounding county and state shelters that are slated for euthanasia. Animal Outreach strongly endorses spay and neutering programs and is committed to helping educate our community in responsible pet ownership. We are a “no kill” organization. Our adoption program has helped to greatly reduce the numbers of homeless animals in our county. We encourage cooperation between municipal and private shelters to coordinate efforts to eliminate the tragedy of animal homelessness.


Board of Directors

Ellen Shaw - President
A full time Real Estate Broker, Ellen has been involved with Animal Outreach since 1998. She lives in Cold Spring with her husband Michael, five dogs of various size and shape, and an undisclosed number of well loved cats.

Harry C. Bellangy
Harry C. Bellangy - Board Chair
Harry is a retired computer system architect and has been involved with Animal Outreach since the 90s. Harry lives in Cape May NJ and is active in historic preservation. He has a number of well loved rescued cats.
Shelley VanDyke

Shelley VanDyke - Vice Chair
A native of Michigan, Shelley moved to the Cape May area 10 years ago. She has been involved with Animal Outreach since 2006.
Shelley is a full-time Realtor and has two cats, Claire and Missy, who definitely rule the roost!

Gina Turbertini

Gina Tubertini - Corresponding Secretary
Gina is a Vice-President/Residential Loan Officer with Cape Bank, and has lived in the Cape May County region of Southern NJ since 2004.
In her spare time, she enjoys golfing, the beach, working out and spending time with friends and family. Gina truly has a passion for her work and enjoys the wonderful people she has met along the way.

Cindy Huf

Cindy Huf - Treasurer
Cindy is a business owner who lives and works in Cape May NJ. She serves on the board of the Cape May Chamber of Commerce and the Washington Street Mall Management Co.
Cindy enjoys travel, reading and the outdoors, and shares her Cold Spring home with husband Bill and a small assortment of feline and canine family members.

Nadya Lawrence Nadya Lawrence - Recording Secretary
Nadya is the EVP of Sales/Marketing and Product Development for a topical pharmaceutical company in South Jersey.
She lives in Cape May since 1998 with her husband Michael and numerous rescue cats.
Terri Terri Werner
Recently retired after twenty plus years as a partner in the wellness center she founded, Terri began volunteering at AO when the adoption center opened two years ago. Besides her commitments with AO, she enjoys photographing the birds that visit her feeders, metalsmithing and creating jewelry to sell in her Etsy shop. She resides in Cape May with her husband and three cats.