Spring Supply Drive

The Sanctuary is blessed with some amazing volunteers and supporters, we could never do what we do without them. Jenna Tracy, a wonderful volunteer from Spokane, has organized several fundraisers for the Sanctuary over the past several months. This spring, she organized a supply drive and recruited the help of her beautiful, loving and compassionate nieces.

supplydrive1Jenna and her nieces; Katelynn McFarlain, Ashlynn McFarlain, and Lena Robel set-up outside of Rosauers at the Y. They gave handouts and talked with people about the Sanctuary and the animals from 4-7pm, asking for supply drive donations, specifically to help us prepare for kitten season.  supplydrive2 They ended up collecting:

Dog/Puppy Food- 170.9 pounds
Cat/Kitten Food- 80.55 pounds
Cat Litter- 306 pounds
Paper Towels- 38 rolls
Dish Soap- 9 bottles
Small Paper Plates
Laundry Soap- 3 jugs
Bleach- 6 bottles
Wet dog food- 22 cans
Trash bags- 1 box
Dog treats- 1 box
And….$112.06 in cash donations!!!

supplydrive4 supplydrive5 supplydrive7These girls did this in just 3 hours!!! We are so grateful to Katelynn, Ashlynn, and Lena for their efforts on behalf of the Sanctuary, to Jenna for all her hard work over the past several months, and a special heartfelt THANK YOU to the good folks of Spokane who made donations!

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About colvillevalleyanimalsanctuary

The Colville Valley Animal Sanctuary is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abandoned, neglected, and otherwise homeless companion animals. We provide both crisis and long-term sheltering, medical care, fostering, and adoption services - all with the goal of placing our animals permanently in safe and loving homes. We spay and neuter all of the animals in our care and actively promote, through financial donations and community support, the effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals in Stevens County. By example and through education, we promote and advance the values of responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals.
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