"Paws & Hearts"Animal Assisted Therapy
As we update our quarterly newsletter we will also update our Event Page. Whether you are a volunteer or just an animal lover you are always invited to our events. Community support helps to make our program grow.
Saturday, November 24th, 2018
We are about to kick off year number 18! Who could believe that this would be the 18th Annual Dog Walk and that the little organization that "Lucky" and I founded 17 years ago would boast almost 45 volunteer teams and have such an incredible presence in the Coachella Valley? Our Canine Ambassadors visit facilities from The Comprehensive Cancer Center at Desert Regional Medical Center in north Palm Springs, all the way down valley to Indio Nursing and Rehabilitation.
It seems like only yesterday that "Lucky" and I made our first visit with Uncle Phillip helping out. Much has changed in 16 years, and we've developed an enviable reputation in town as a well run, reliable non-profit. We probably have the best volunteer pool of any agency in town, and while donations are down everywhere, our core donors are still supporting us.
So please bring along those Zip-lock bags of loose change you have been saving all year and come out to our 18th Annual Dog Walk and lend your support.
"We had a great turn out at our 17th Annual Dog Walk!"
We look forward to seeing you at our
The Joslyn Senior Center in Palm Desert holds their Annual Fall Heath Fair every October.
"Paws & Hearts" Animal Assisted
Therapy was one of the 100 Vendors and always get dressed in costume for the spirit of Halloween.
This year, 2015, Richard was dressed as a Veterinarian, and Jill as the nurse, and we had administered attention
to a table full of stuffed dogs and cats!
Richard and Jill, in 2014, dressed as Firemen, (and would you believe
that visitors to the table actually believed they were real
In 2013 Richard and Jill were dressed
It has just been announced that as of June 30th the Cinemas Palme D'or, who for many years hosted our "Take Your Dog to the Movies" will be closing.
At "Paws & Hearts" we are quite sad to see this venue leave the valley because one of the owners, Brian Tabor, has always been so supportive of our non profit.
Brian, my board of directors and I really want to thank you for hosting all of those fund-raisers for us. Your generosity helped our bottom line, and it was a great way to get our name out there, and attract new volunteers and donors.
Best of luck to you!
For information on these events call the "Paws & Hearts" office: (760) 836-1406
Remember, volunteer or an animal lover, you are always invited to our events & community support helps to make our program grow like the annual dog walk fund-raiser parade volunteer/community events.
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