Change the Lives of Troubled Youth & Shelter Dogs

 
$28,229
$21,771
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Remaining
Nov 15, 2012

POOCH Former Youth Transition into Everyday Life

We have great news to share about the number of our youth getting out of corrections and working, going to school, or both!  One is working full time with a veterinary clinic while studying to become a Vet Technician.  Another has a job with a graphics company while others are working with dogs part-time while going to college.

Working with dogs has taught these youth responsility, patience, and compassion for all life.  One youth recently sent the following note:  "The strength and wisdom I've found in you, will be an inspriation my whole life through."

The program continues to help more youth through contributions from people such as yourself.  Your support makes it all possible!

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Organization

Project Pooch, Inc.

Woodburn, OR, United States
http://www.pooch.org

Project Leader

Joan Dalton

Lake Oswego, OR United States

Where is this project located?

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