When:
September 19, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
2018-09-19T17:30:00-04:00
2018-09-19T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
Saving Grace NC

We are so grateful to everyone who has been working with rescue/sheltering during Florence and her aftermath! We work weekly with many shelters in Eastern NC and really appreciate all the support currently being offered to these animals. If you are looking to assist with animals displaced by Florence, or become a regular volunteer, we welcome you to join the Saving Grace Team.
We have the most wonderful and dedicated volunteers around! And of course so many awesome animals. We took in more than dogs today from shelters in need and look forward to seeing these guys through their rescue journey and into loving homes.

We have 2 shifts every day and very much need your help. We also have several of our seasoned volunteers ready to welcome and assist new folks on shift. The times for this week are:
-Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. with Kat.
-Tuesday at 5 p.m. with Cheryl
-Wednesday at 5 p.m. with Betsy
You are welcome to show up but need to show proof of tetanus shot and sign a volunteer waiver.

To become part of our team, please note the following.
Volunteers must:
-Be 18 years of age.
-Show proof of a current tetanus shot.
-Complete orientation and mentoring sessions.
For those ready to jump right in we have an orientation sessions this Wednesday from 5:30-8:00 pm. Please make a note on your volunteer application that you will be attending the Hurricane orientation. We look forward to welcoming you to Saving Grace!

For more information: https://savinggracenc.org/volunteer/

Foster Opportunities:

We are in desperate need for foster homes at this time. Our most immediate need is for puppy foster homes, which is a commitment of 2-4 weeks. We have a great foster team who is willing to assist your needs through the foster process but do ask for your understanding that these are young puppies or displaced dogs. We appreciate your willingness to help but need foster homes to understand these are displaced dogs and in no way can we confirm any of these dogs are hypoallergenic or housetrained. We do know they are lost, overwhelmed, terrified and in great need of your love and devotion. If you are willing to open your home (and heart) to pups in need, please let us know. Your love and understanding is much appreciated!

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