An Update from The Arrow Fund’s Board of Directors
To: Supporters of The Arrow Fund
From: The Board of the Arrow Fund
Subject: Scott Hagan elected new president
The Arrow Fund Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has named Scott Hagan as its new president.
Hagan, a Louisville real-estate developer and long-time supporter of The Arrow Fund, assumes his new role immediately and will begin working on goals to expedite the development The Arrow Fund’s Animal Rescue Complex and to double the number of animals the organization rescues and rehabilitates.
“I know people hear this often, but it remains true that Kentucky remains at the bottom among all states with its horrible legacy of the mistreatment of animals of all kinds,” Hagan said. “The Arrow Fund has long been a source of healing and hope for thousands of abused and neglected animals, and we have very ambitious plans to become an even greater force for good on the matter.”
Scott takes the position following the resignation last week of Rebecca Eaves, a hero and pioneer in Kentucky’s animal welfare movement, who cited personal and family health issues as requiring her full-time attention going forward. Along with other supporters, she launched The Arrow Fund in 2013 and has contributed to the rescue of more than a thousand animals since then. Board members credit her immense compassion and seemingly inexhaustible energy for helping make The Arrow Fund the well-known success it is today.
“Rebecca leaves a daunting legacy in her wake,” said board member Diane Banic. “We will miss her. Fortunately, she also has left us with a strong, committed team of volunteers and a trove of amazing supporters, who rightly expect us to continue the mission and to expand it. We won’t disappoint them, or the animals who continue to need us.”
The Board of Directors
The Arrow Fund in the news
- Exclusive: Cat dies after being thrown from car on interstate
September 2, 2019
Anyone with any information is asked to call Metro Animal Services. Other animal activist groups in the city have picked up on the story, like the Arrow Fund, and are trying to track down the driver.
- Reward offered in Jackson County abandoned puppies case
May 23, 2019
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) – The Arrow Fund is offering a $1,000 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever abandoned 11 puppies in a box in Tyner, Kentucky. The puppies …
- Reward Offered In Jackson Co. Puppy Dumping Case
May 23, 2019
(LEX 18)– The Arrow Fund, a rescue organization, is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for dumping eleven puppies in a box …
- Puppies fighting for life in Louisville after being dumped in Kentucky ravine
May 20, 2019
A group of animal welfare advocates are asking for help after someone found 11 newborn puppies dumped in a Kentucky ravine.The Arrow Fund said the puppies were found in a Keurig box in Tyner, Kentucky …
- 11 puppies fighting to survive after being dumped in Kentucky ravine
May 17, 2019
TYNER, Ky. (WAVE) – The Arrow Fund has asked the public for donations to help cover costs of care for 11 rescued pups. The organization said the puppies were dumped in a ravine in Tyner, Kentucky – .. …
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