Paw Patrol has chosen to recognize Sarah as our volunteer of the month for April. Sarah has not been with us too long, but she has already made a huge impact in the organization. She is a dedicated and responsible volunteer who is truly making a difference. Here is a little bit about our April volunteer of the month:
This month we are recognizing Sondra as our volunteer of the month. Sondra is one of our dedicated fosters and we are very thankful she does what she does. She has fostered a variety of our dogs, many of them who were seniors or had special needs. Here is a little bit about Sondra:
Sarah is our February volunteer of the month and we couldn’t have found a more dedicated and committed person to help our organization. Sarah not only fosters dogs, she also always jumps at the chance to help in any other way she can, such as transporting dogs or helping at events. Sarah is getting her bachelor’s degree in social work from Wright State and spends her free time playing rugby for Dayton Area Rugby Club and watching Criminal Minds and Madame Secretary. When asked why she fosters for us, she recently stated, “Fostering with Paw Patrol is the biggest part of my life. I have been fostering for Paw Patrol for about 6 months and I really enjoying working with such awesome people. I love that I am able to help make so many differences in so many lives by fostering dogs who would otherwise be euthanized.” We love Sarah and are so honored she has chosen us to dedicate her time and efforts. Thank you, Sarah, for everything you do for all the dogs!!
Our January volunteer of the month is RoChele. Not only does she conduct follow up phone calls and emails for our adoptable dogs, but she also does a wonderful job photographing our foster dogs to help them find their furever homes! A little bit about RoChele:
Deborah is one of our long-time fosters. She has a preference for poodles, but has branched out and taken a Boston Terrier and even a Chinese Crested! Though she works long hours, Deb always finds time to spoil her foster dogs, including making their own dog food. Recently, we asked Deb to describe herself and why she volunteers her time for Paw Patrol:
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Lynne is one of our amazing fosters and that is why we chose her to be the November volunteer of the month. She has taken in dogs of all shapes and sizes, breeds and ages. Lynne is a fantastic asset to our organization. Lynne recently had this to say:
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ed is our October Volunteer of the Month. Ed has become an amazing asset to our organization by taking pictures of our adoptable dogs, as well as our events. Ed is a Cincinnati native, USAF veteran, and recently retired from the Dept. of Veterans Affairs with 34 years of government service. He is a father of one daughter and has a mini-schnauzer he adopted 4 1/2 yrs ago.
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Anna Kennedy is July’s Volunteer of the Month! She is one of our awesome dog fosters and also helps with transport, adoptions, events, adoption videos, and when some of our dogs need a little training. When asked what made her start fostering dogs, this is what she said:
Faith is our June volunteer of the month. Faith is one of our dedicated fosters and she always tries to help out where she can. Recently, we asked Faith to tell us why she fosters for Paw Patrol and this is what she had to say:
Ruthie is our volunteer of the month for May. Ruthie is a fantastic asset to this organization. She does everything from reference checks to follow-up calls, adoptions, helping at events – she does any and everything asked of her and is always asking for more. We are so very thankful to have found her and we appreciate absolutely everything she does for Paw Patrol and the dogs.