At our event on the 19th of January, we had 35 volunteers who came and helped make all sort of toys to distribute through the food shelves. If you would like to help please fill out our volunteer form here.
Martin Luther King Day 2015 January 19th 1-4
Brownell Library, Essex Junction
Bring clean used socks and sweatshirts to help us make catnip sock toys and tug toys for dogs.
Lucy's House received $410 dollars in individual donations.
City Market's Rally for Change supported Lucy's House with a check for $1,034 dollars.
Lucy's House for the Prevention of Homeless Pets is a nonprofit dedicated to keeping pets in their homes and supporting both human and animal families with pet food and medical support to ease the challenges financial difficulties cause that can create hardships in owning a pet.
At Lucy's House we believe in the gift of unconditional love that companion animals provide to individuals and families. In our work we support keeping 800 pets in their homes and provide 18,000 pounds of pet food a month to local food shelves.
Our work is 100% volunteer so all donations go to keeping pets in their homes. It is the dedication of our volunteers that helps Lucy's House thrive,but as we grow we need to raise money to maintain the organization during times when grant funding is limited.
Help us to raise 6,000 dollars for our pet food and medical funds and keep pets in their homes by clicking the button below.