Pet Supply Drive at the Summit YMCA to Benefit St. Huberts

Please help St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center by donating canned/dry food and edible treats for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens at the Summit YMCA Lobby from June 11 through June 30.  For more information about our Pet Supply Drive, please contact : Lisa Meyers 908-273-3330 ext.1186 Lisa.Meyers@thesay.org or Patty Facchinei 908-273-3330 ext.1174 Patty.Facchinei@thesay.org 

This pet drive is part of the Summit Area Y's Togetherhood™ Program, a special initiative committed to supporting the communities we serve. The Y has established a Social Responsibility Service Committee to identify community needs and lead projects that help our members give back and support their neighbors. This volunteer initiative is focused on supporting our communities through:

• Senior Outreach - Connect with seniors who often feel lonely and isolated
• Cultural Engagement - Respect, honor and celebrate diversity that is the fabric of our communities
• Special Projects - Support events that make our community vibrant and exciting

**St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. The organization believes in and provides services that support the human-animal bond and seeks to foster an environment in which people respect all living creatures.

Contact Information
  1. Lisa Meyers
  2. 908-273-3330 ext.1186
  3. lisa.meyers@thesay.org
Sat, June 23
7:00 am — 7:00 pm
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Please help St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center by donating canned/dry food and edible treats for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens at the Summit YMCA Lobby from June 11 through June 30. For more information about our Pet Supply Drive, please contact : Lisa Meyers 908-273-3330 ext.1186 Lisa.Meyers@thesay.org or Patty Facchinei 908-273-3330 ext.1174 Patty.Facchinei@thesay.org

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