An article in the now defunct magazine Lola, which highlighted Boston area volunteer opportunities, brought Lisa to Phinney’s, and we’re so glad it did!
Through her tenure with Phinney’s Lisa has developed a lot of dog-gone amazing relationships with the people and pets she’s helped—and she fondly recalls being greeted by many happy dogs and their wiggle butts over the years!
Lisa, a talented artist, says there are so many ways to volunteer at Phinney’s, no matter your time or your talents, and she describes helping a person stay with their beloved pet as “an extremely rewarding endeavor.”
And if someone can’t be a pet parent themselves for whatever reason, Phinney’s can be a way to help others stay with their pets, which is a heartwarming reward in and of itself, she adds.
Join the Fabric of Phinney’s!
Together, Phinney’s volunteers weave a fabric that blankets people and pets with love. Visit phinneys.org/volunteer if you would like to help us grow our special “quilt” by volunteering your own time and talents.