Boca Raton, Florida-based Marta Batmasian works diligently within her community to organize initiatives that give back to others. Marta Batmasian maintains a long history of participating in local nonprofits, among them the Tri-County Humane Society (now Tri-County Animal Rescue), for which she served as a member of the board of directors. Tri-County Animal Rescue recently revealed a rebranding initiative and plans for a major expansion.
In 2014, Tri-County Humane Society in Boca Raton became Tri-County Animal Rescue. Under its new name and with a new logo, the 100 percent no-kill animal rescue nonprofit will continue its mission of saving thousands of dogs and cats each year. Tri-County Animal Rescue’s visual rebranding better reflects this mission, as well as the organization’s distinctive promise.
Tri-County Animal Rescue will also begin building a new facility in 2014. The organization plans to break ground on a 9,000-square-foot isolation rescue center this summer. The isolation center will allow the organization to expand its intake services and provide more treatment, inoculations, and grooming to recently added cats and dogs.