Youth Participation

There are many ways our youth can get involved in helping us with our mission to help homeless pets in our community. 

Community Service Hours

If you need community service hours, this is an excellent opportunity for you to engage your community while helping to save lives of at-risk, adoptable pets.

Simple fundraising events such as (but not limited to) gift wrapping, auctions (traditional or creative), ornament sales, raffles, arts and craft fairs, car washes, digital cookbooks, candy jar guessing games, and holiday caroling can make a HUGE difference in saving the lives of pets in need. Have an idea in mind, drop us an email and include:

  • Name of the fundraiser
  • Fundraising activity
  • How do you plan to educate others about SVPP’s mission?
  • Event time, date, and duration
  • Event location
     

Blankets for Pets

Fleece Blanket

 

Looking for a fun project for a group that will help our pets?

We are always in need of warm fleece blankets for our cats, kittens, and small dogs. These blankets not only keep them warm but go with them to their forever home. These blankets are easy to make, and a fun group activity. Check out these easy to make instructions.