|Operation Warm Springs-Unchained & Loved|
As a result of COVID-19, the Native Nations and Indian reservations across the country have been disproportionally impacted, both financially and physically. For that reason, Fences For Fido has committed to helping one of the hardest hit communities within Oregon, the Warm Springs Reservation. Yet, given the fact that our organization was unable to build fences for nearly 8 weeks, we have a significant backlog of dogs living on chains and families in need of help, both for fences and dog food. Most of the dogs waiting on chains throughout Oregon and Washington are on the Warm Springs Reservation, so Fences For Fido has created Operation Warm Springs-Unchained & Loved.
On Saturday, June 27th, with the permission of tribal leaders, Fences For Fido volunteers will build 10 panel fences and deliver dog/cat food to those families and dogs in need, all within a few hours.
Please sign up to join us! More details to follow!
|Location: Warm Springs, OR|
|Contact : Kelly, Jennifer, La Donna|
|Contact Email: email@example.com|
For post settings and fence builds, you will receive your "Thanks for Volunteering" email after you click to attend. This will have the email address for the coordinator for this event.
SPECIAL COVID-19 GUIDELINES
We so appreciate your dedication and commitment to Fences For Fido. You are the very heart of our organization. Therefore, our primary concern is your safety and wellbeing. For that reason, Fences For Fido will follow the recommended precautionary guidelines as defined by the states where we build our fences.
On Site Safety Guidelines
Face coverings or masks, along with six feet of physical distancing, significantly slow or stop the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, it is our policy that all volunteers must wear face coverings and practice physical distancing at all of our fence builds.
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