Rebecca, who’s mom to Cash the Cat and Ender the dog, was drawn to volunteer because of her desire to help companion animals and their humans.
Rebecca first worked with a legal aid organization immediately after law school where she helped people navigate the legal system to remain in their homes. Now, she is an animal rights attorney. So, Rebecca instantly fell in love with the mission of Phinney’s and is dedicated to working with the Board of Directors to contribute to the strength and longevity of the organization. We can’t thank Rebecca enough for spearheading our Legacy program, which gives people many options to support our cause while living and after.
Her advice to anyone who’s thinking about volunteering for Phinney’s is to consider the many ways you can get involved and embrace the opportunity to contribute to the community while learning new skills and making new friends.
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.