FEMA Corps Partners with Humane Society


A nationwide youth organization with a local team takes time to address critical needs related to the care of the regional dog and cat population. This past Saturday, FEMA Corps team Gulf 1 -a part of the AmeriCorps network - worked to help clean the cages of some local cats and dogs and show them they care. Diversity and Project Outreach Liaison Kenneth Younger says their team has lots of love to give to the dogs and cats in the Calhoun County region. Cheaha Regional Humane Society Inc. officials say they need more help. They say there are plenty of dogs and cats who need good homes and caring people to visit them. For more information on Cheaha Regional Humane Society, Inc visit their Facebook page. There you’ll find pictures of adoptable animals and a contact number. AmeriCorps is a full-time, residential, national service program in which 1,200 young adults serve nationwide each year. For more information on Americorp visit nationalservice.gov

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