Volunteers of The Month
FEBRUARY 2013 VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH
This is Jake! He has been coming into the Shelter on Mondays and Fridays after school, for the past few months. Jake is eager to perform any and all of the "end of day" tasks, and does them well! We look forward to Jake arriving at the Shelter and always make sure there are plenty of things to keep him busy. One of his favorite activities to do, is snuggle the cats and he is pictured here with his favorite feline, Snowball. Jake, you are an amazing young man, and your volunteer efforts are greatly appreciated by all the Staff!!
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Emery(8) and Holden(10), have once again proven that they are extremely generous young men. Both boys celebrated their birthdays in February and chose to have their party guests bring presents for the homeless animals, instead of to themselves. As you can see here, their guests were also very generous!! We would like to thank Emery, Holden and their mom Crystal, for being so kind and giving towards the SPCA. This is a true act of selflessness on their parts, as they continue to be huge supporters of the SPCA. Way to go, boys!!
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"Thanks for welcoming me and my crew into Peace River. We really enjoyed getting up before work for a run. We got to take some pretty amazing dogs. If we could only convince the government to let us train them to smell out hot spots on the fire line I'm sure we'd have taken them all back to Manning tanker base with us. Next time we get stationed in Peace we will gladly be back."
Thanks, Jordan and HAC105
How to Volunteer
Volunteers are the lifeblood of any non profit organization. The Peace Regional Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals success depends on community volunteer efforts. Our committed staff members meet the immediate needs of the animals we shelter, but we count on animal loving individuals to help implement facility development and new programs as well as assist with dog walking and other shelter duties.
What better way to honor the pets that share your life than to give back to animals who are not as fortunate.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."