Several Tons of Large & Small Animal Feed Donated at Santa Clara County Fairgrounds to Help Four-Legged Victims of North Bay Fires
Thank you so much to everyone who has donated feed and supplies at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds to help the four-legged victims of the north bay fires. Three loads were taken up this past weekend so we wanted to share a few pictures. Volunteers are working to find the best locations to take the remaining donations this week. We'll keep you posted!
If you would still like to donate, volunteers will be here through Friday of this week, from 12 pm to 7 pm each day. Enter Gate B on Tully (just past the blue arch) and follow the signs to the patio of Pavilion Hall. Or visit the Facebook page
Napa/Santa Rosa Animal Evacuations Info for a great detailed list of current needs (click on "Files" on the left side of the FB page), including sites where you can make a monetary donation to help the animals.
Fairgrounds staff Jaime Quintara and Mike Barrios loading a truck that Jaime drove to a ranch in Petaluma that had taken in over 20 horses and cattle.
Quite a load! A big thank you to Stan Alger from Peninsula Crane & Rigging for taking this huge delivery to Vintage Farm/Napa FFA, which has taken in nearly 200 animals (over 13 different species!)
A horse trailer full of crates, beds and other supplies was delivered to Sonoma Animal Services. Thank you, Matt & Heidi Preston, for use of your trailer and for driving it there!
Chris at the ranch in Petaluma was grateful to get the donated supplies!
Unloaded at Vintage Farm/Napa FFA
A few of the horses taken in at Vintage Farm/Napa FFA
The most amazingly dedicated volunteer!
4-H Volunteer Hans Toensfeldt (McClelland Ranch Manager, Rolling Hills 4-H) has been coordinating the donation site every day!