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NEPA Gives raises $1.2 million in one day for 218 local nonprofits, surpassing its goal

Today, the Scranton Area Community Foundation announced that on Friday, June 4 – in just 24 hours – 218 local nonprofit organizations worked together to collectively raise a total of $1,246,121 during NEPA Gives, surpassing its $1 million dollar goal…

Read the full article on NEPA SCENE

“Endless pawsibilities to volunteer: Easing restrictions in PA allow animal rescues to welcome more helping hands, hold events”

From animal rescues to sanctuaries, they’re the places that help those who can’t help themselves. Now, they’re trying to make up for lost time & lack of fundraisers.

Watch the report on WNEP THE NEWS STATION


November 24, 2020 Events, ThanksLiving

Local animal sanctuary continuing animal care during COVID-19

Imagine having hundreds of hungry mouths to feed. That’s the plight of a local animal sanctuary.

It’s the animals’ version of Thanksgiving at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary. This event on an early November day is called ThanksLiving: a Feast for the Birds. Turkeys, chickens and roosters get to munch on melon and berries or dive into salad.

Watch the report on PAHomepage

Indraloka Animal Sanctuary seeking donations for move to Dalton

The Indraloka Animal Sanctuary looks forward to calling Dalton its one home.

While about half of Indraloka’s farm animal rescues have settled into the nonprofit’s new campus, the rest await the move from its original location in Mehoopany. Having operations split between two campuses creates “a challenge on multiple levels,” according to founder Indra Lahiri.

Read the full article on The Times-Tribune

Indraloka Animal Sanctuary makes changes during stay-at-home orders

March 31, 2020

Good Samaritan rescues pig from Side of Morgan Highway

January 24, 2020

Hundreds Come Out to Annual Thanksliving in Dalton

November 2, 2019

Animal Sanctuary Takes in Nine Goats After Hearing of Their Horrible Living Conditions

Sept. 25, 2019

Wyoming Co. Animal Sanctuary Creates Educational Opportunities for Local Youth

June 28, 2019

Local animal sanctuary continuing animal care during COVID-19

November 24th, 2020

Indraloka Animal Sanctuary brings its animals online for people to enjoy

April 4, 2020


Injured pig rescued on Morgan Highway in Lackawanna County

January 24, 2020


Seventh Annual Thanksliving Event Held at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary

November 2, 2019

Family of Goats Rescued by Indraloka Animal Sanctuary

October 8, 2019


Farm Animals Become ‘Pen Pals’ for Children

August 31, 2020

Neglected Pig Found on the Side of the Road in Lackawanna County

January 24, 2020

Animal Sanctuary Seeking Help to Care for Rescued Goats

September 25, 2019

These Pictures Of Rescued Animals Will Have You Crying Tears Of Joy

June 20, 2019

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