Founded in 2000 in Phoenix, Arizona, Gabriel’s Angels is dedicated to improving the lives of children through interactions with animals. Gabriel’s Angels’ core service is delivering pet therapy, or animal-assisted activities, to at-risk children throughout the state. The program recruits and trains volunteers to achieve their mission to “inspire confidence, compassion, and best-behaviors in at-risk children through pet therapy.” In its 20 year legacy serving the youth of Arizona, Gabriel’s Angels has consistently and actively sought out evaluative feedback to improve its services, a quality of critical value in the growing area of animal-assisted therapy. The program has also developed a logic model where its services and key activities are linked with its intended outcomes. This report extends that work and provides new data from the sites on the program’s impact.