The Maryland SPCA Administrative Building Needs A Face Lift.
Through a generous gift from The Colvin Family, these improvements will be possible.
The MD SPCA uses the original building, on the grounds purchased in 1929, as their administrative office. It was built, as a house, in 1861.
The first floor has a foyer, large conference room, bathroom and kitchen.
The second floor, which was originally bedrooms, is now office spaces for the department directors and staff.
Karen, Nick, Tracey Colvin and Arlene Gorn at the SPCA dedication August 2018
There is beautiful crown molding and carved fireplaces. This stunning structure is listed on the Maryland Historical Society registry.
Unfortunately, the building is in need of a "face lift".
A gift from the Colvin Family will help the MD SPCA improve the first floor so they can expand their community outreach programs and continue assisting pets find their forever homes.
Baltimore is lucky to have such a caring family and their generosity is appreciated.