Super proud of my Max for deciding to do his Eagle Project with Lost Our Home Pet Rescue as this is an organization near and dear to our hearts!
This project was fantastic and Max absolutely worked hard and did his part. We did a food drive for the shelter. He also started his own trash bin cleaning service in our neighborhood to earn extra money for supplies for his project--he earned so much money that he's going to keep this little side business going!
|Max the Trash Bin Man!!!|
The outpouring of support from our community and church members was incredible. We received over 400 lbs of dry food and over 100 cans of canned food. We also received towels, blankets, dog treats/toys, cat toys, litter boxes, bleach, peanut butter, and kitten replacement milk.
My older brother, K.C., was passing through AZ this weekend so he and his boys stayed to help us! It sure is awesome when cousins get together!!!
These AWESOME young men gave up their Saturday morning to come help us! So grateful to their families for having them to the church at 6:30 am!
|Max & our supply stash!|
|Pre-planning with Tracey|
|Donations received for Max's project|
organized and on the new shelves!
|Shelving that spans the entire playroom--|
high enough to keep out of a dog's reach:)
The shelter was having a "baby shower" right after our Eagle Project so we were also able to jump in and help decorate!!!
Help was also needed out back spraying out/cleaning pet carriers. So Ethan & Seth took care of that!
|Cousin Wyatt was in charge of|
the doughnuts & sign in sheet:)
|David, Kyler, Max, Kacin--front|
Seth & Ethan--back
The real beneficiaries are the animals!!! Cute puppies and kittens everywhere!!!
So grateful that we were able to help out our favorite shelter and so grateful for the hard work and lessons learned by everyone--especially Max. I can honestly say this Eagle Project accomplished everything it was meant to accomplish and that my Max is a better person for doing it. Crazy proud of my boy.