School kids fundraising for community cats
School may be out but local students have been working hard to help community cats! Third graders from Mrs LLewellyn's class at Oak Meadow Elementary held a County Fair where each child sold goods or services as a lesson in economics. Class earnings were combined and students decided to donate their $222 in earnings to SAFCC!
Glen Oaks Elementary students were encouraged by their teacher to do a project to help community cats and they elected to do a food drive for SAFCC. Our volunteers picked up the donated food, which will be distributed to our feral colony caretakers, and each child received a paw-prints pencil as a thank you from SAFCC.
Thanks as well to MacArthur High School students and faculty for donating to SAFCC as part of their annual Powder Puff game between senior and juniors. It's a long tradition to fundraise for a charity of their choice and our organization was the lucky recipient this year. We are so grateful to be selected!.
Big thanks to these students and their teachers. Because of your generosity, we can continue to help our community cats so that they can have healthy and happy lives.