Volunteer of the Month: Post High Students
February 1, 2018
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Salt Lake County Animal Services would like to thank our February 2018 volunteers of the month:
our student group from Post High!
A group of students from Post High come every single week
and make pupsicles for our dogs, clean the cattery for us, and socialize the
cats. All of them have a deep love for the animals and are a joy to have
volunteering at Salt Lake County Animal Services. This program helps give these
students new skills out in their community, cultivates empathy, and also
benefits the animals here at the shelter, which is a win-win situation.
We enjoy getting to know each of the students every school year and celebrating
with them when they graduate. Some students have come back to volunteer after
graduation and it brings it all back full circle.
We appreciate all that you do for us Post High! Thanks for
volunteering and giving our organization the most precious thing you will ever
own – your time and talent.
“Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for
others?” ~Martin Luther King Jr.
We are always looking for volunteers for various projects! Find out more
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