|Yale Day of Service returns to the SPCA of Westchester in Briarcliff Manor for its fourth year|
YALE DAY OF SERVICE, 2014
In Westchester, Yale Day of Service returns to the SPCA of Westchester for the fourth year in a row. Susan Kaminsky '86, site coordinator, and her team below invite Yale alumni, friends and family to spend an afternoon volunteering at the center on Saturday, May 10:
Who doesn't love puppies, and kittens too? Well, it turns out some people don't--which is how more than 1,500 unwanted and/or mistreated animals end up at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Westchester in Briarcliff Manor every year.
On May 10, for the fourth year running, Yale Day of Service will be working with the SPCA in support of their cause to help rescue these animals and put them into caring homes. The SPCA depends on volunteers and contributions of all kinds to maintain its standard of excellence. This year, a dedicated and diverse group of Yalies and friends will help make the shelter more attractive with painting, plantings and clean up, will assemble adoption kits, and will socialize kittens and puppies, everyone's most favorite job!
Some YDoS volunteers have been coming every year, and some are first-timers this year Adults and supervised children welcome. Rain or shine. Lunch provided. To register and for more information, click YDoS-SPCA.
We look forward to seeing you there... woof woof!