SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T
IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT AN ANIMAL IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
PLEASE CALL ANIMAL CONTROL,
OUR OFFICERS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP 24/7
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Contributing to WARL is a Congregation Affair
When students in St John's Episcopal Church's youth group decided to help the animals they were asked by Music Minister Adam Graham if they wanted to organize a drive to stock the League's Rescuers' Food Bank or collect linens, treats and toys for the shelter animals -- they decided to do it all. Church services during the summer included a student appeal requesting donations for The Furry Family Drive. The congregants complied. On Saturday, September 21st, Music Minister Adam Graham, student representatives, and parents packed two cars with bags of linens and an assortment of toys, treats and food. On top of that, they presented the League with a $200 check to help provide animal care. And, that's not the end of their effort. The group is exploring additional ways to help the animals, including possibly scheduling an adoption event at the church. Music Minister Adam Graham is a good advertisement for adopting a shelter dog; his beloved Bella was a WARL adoptee 4 years ago. THANK YOU ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH families for helping your furry friends at the Washington Animal Rescue League.