Over the weekend, five RedRover Responders volunteers helped to prepare an 80-acre property for the arrival of animals at the Forest Animal Rescue (formerly the Peace River Refuge) in Silver Springs, Florida. Volunteers helped to build fencing and animal habitat for the refuge.
Sarah Kesty is a special education resource specialist at an elementary school in Sacramento, California and is trained to implement the RedRover Readers curriculum. She gives up her lunches on Fridays to visit multiple classrooms on her campus and implement the curriculum.
The RedRover Responders volunteer team continues to provide daily care and enrichment to 165 cats, kittens, dogs and puppies displaced by Superstorm Sandy and currently housed in a temporary emergency animal shelter in Brooklyn, New York.
Nearly two months after Superstorm Sandy devastated areas of New York, New Jersey and beyond, RedRover Responders volunteers are at it again to help animals in need. This week, 13 RedRover Responders volunteers will travel to care for displaced animals at a temporary Brooklyn, New York, shelter operated by the ASPCA.