If one of your new year’s resolutions is to volunteer with groups that help dogs, you’ll have two opportunities to fulfill it next month.
South Sound Freedom Fences builds fences in South Puget Sound area for families with dogs who live outside on a chain. The group needs volunteers to help them build fences for two dogs in the Tacoma area. Both dogs came from local dog rescue groups.
The first Build Day will be on February 3 at 9 AM. The group will build a fence for a sweet dog from Northwest Boxer Rescue named Simon. His foster mom needs a fence for him because she’s only had small dogs and her 3-foot fence won’t work for Simon. She also plans to continue fostering dogs after Simon finds a home.
The second Build Day will be on February 17 at 9 AM. Diamond is a pit bull adoptee from Valhalla Rescue in Winlock. She now has a great forever home but the back yard fence is falling down.
Don’t despair if you don’t have experience building fences – NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!
If you want to volunteer to build a fence for Simon or Diamond (or both of them), click here and fill out the volunteer form.
If you can’t volunteer you can make a contribution to South Sound Freedom Fences through Square Cash link cash.me/ssffences. You can also donate on PayPal at Ssfreedomfences@gmail.com.
South Sound Freedom Fences does fantastic work. Please support them if you can.