We will visit the HOPE Animal Shelter in Marana, AZ on Tuesday, 19 December after school. We will stay until the animals are ready to be bedded for the night.
September 2017: World Peace Day - We committed Anti-bullying for our 1st grade year! October 2017: Planting Trees in and around our food chain, community - Helping Pollinators November 2017: Thanksgiving Food Donation (We helped 4 school Families - 2 with turkeys and sides and 3 with sides) December and January 2017 & 2018: Letters to Active US Sailors and Care Package, Letters and Stockings to our "Adopted" Platoon, Donation to Mission K 9 Rescue February/March- collections of items for shipping to Terracycle (Points for environmental and animal shelter/sanctuary donations) April/May - we donated 8 trees along NYC's watershed through the Kellogg Family Awards Program. We wanted to be sure that one of the biggest Palm Oil Destroyers actually had to compensate for something! June- we purchased 20 Painted Lady Butterflies to help our Hurting Pollinators. We took good care of them, then released them into a protected area.
We will invite friends and families to remember on four legged friends. We will supply a list of items needed for the Central Nebraska Humane Society.
We‘ll sell cake in school and give the money to the animal shelter and we‘ll collect mobile phones and send them to the telecom.
I want to make a website helping cats be happy. I also want to help out this place in Sheridan who helps cats not be put down. I really want to help these cats, and have them be happy!
I’m going to make a stall and sell cupcakes, T-shirts and jewellery. All proceeds go to charities.I’ll also write brochures about animal cruelty, endangered animals and littering.
We will research recipes for dog treats and purchase materials using club funds. We will then bake the treats and drop them off with a local animal shelter.
Together Room 3 (Kindergarten) and Room 4 (Grade 4), will help each other to build bird feeders that help birds and other other small animals find food over the cold winter months. Once we build the bird feeders using sustainable products, we will sell them to members of our community and the money raised will go to help a local animal shelter.
We will have protective bin(s) with donated pet food for those unable to afford food for their pet in our community. The first bin is located in a well-lit area close to the bus lines at the front of a veterinary clinic. They will be able to take what they need from the bin freely, any time of day or night.
Rehabilitation happens year-round- 16 hours a day. We help as many as we can to be comfortable, warm, well-treated and released back into their own natural habitat, if possible,. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. My College volunteers help with the adult responsibilities, while my other programs involve the Great barrington Greenagers and a group of Autistic students.