Ideas for Service Projects
Thank you for wanting to help the animals for your service project! Below are some ideas of things you can do to help animals for your project. If you have another idea, please share it with us! We are happy to provide you with documentation for your project, just be sure to keep track of all your hard work and your time spent working on it, then contact us at 954 266-6815. Good luck!
Make a Cat Scratching Pad!
Cats need to scratch. It relieves stress, removes old claw sheathes and just feels good. It also relieves boredom for the kitties while they are here at the shelter!
One scratching pad = 2 hours of community service. Click here for instructions
Make Doggy Sweet Potato Chews!
Dogs need and love to chew. It helps keep their teeth clean and relieve boredom especially while they sit and wait for their forever homes.
One batch of Sweet Potato Chews = 2 hours of community service. Click here for instructions
Make “Adopt me!” bandanas for the shelter dogs!
Help shelter dogs find homes by making these adorable bandanas for them! Click here for instructions.
Have a toy drive and collect toys for the animals at the Humane Society!
Toys help to keep the animals from getting bored while they wait for a new home. But, the toys wear out quickly and need to be replaced constantly. Why not encourage your friends and family to donate a new toy or two? The toys that work best are the kind that can be easily washed and cleaned: large rubber toys for dogs, ping pong balls for cats, and small plastic cat toys with a bell inside for rabbits. Imagine how happy the animals will be!
Student Donation Drive for Service Hours
Any student is welcome to do a donation drive to collect items needed to care for the homeless animals. The forms and instructions can be found in the Student Donation Drive Packet.
Student Fundraiser for Service Hours
Any student is welcome to do a fundraiser to raise money for the homeless animals. The forms and instructions on how to make a free fundraising webpage can be found in the Student Personal Campaign Packet.