Kiera W.

Kiera W. had her 12th birthday and asked friends and family to donate for the care of the animals.

Kiera is a student at the Woodward School in Quincy. We thank her friends and family for their generosity.

Another thoughtful and compassionate young lady thinking of the residents waiting for their forever homes.

Kayla M.

Kayla M. made microwaveable rice bags and sold them raising $130  for the care of the animals. Kayla is in the 5th grade at Merrymount School in Quincy.

Thank you for your thoughtfulness and compassion.

Will C.

Will C. celebrated his 4th Birthday and we received many donations in his honor from family and friends.

Thank you Will for thinking of the animals waiting for their forever homes.

Doug Aylward

On Saturday we had a special visitor from Rowley, MA. Doug Aylward and his family came with a carload of donations from our “wish list”.  Doug is in the 3rd grade at the Pine Grove Elementary School in Rowley. His “Aunt Joan” of Quincy, a friend of QAS, passed away recently and Doug wanted to do something in her memory. He decided to do a “wish list” drive at his school.

Included were 147 cans of food, over 100 pounds of dry food, treats and biscuits along with other items and a check donation. 

Abigail Adams Middle School in Weymouth

Abigail Adams Middle School in Weymouth 5th grade students, Danny, Evan & Shayne along with fellow students ran a project to help animals in “no kill” shelters. During that time a student’s 18 year old cat named “Little Kitty” passed away and they decided to donate the $125 in his memory.

Lauren Webber, Linda Webber, Jackie Tanashian, Olivia Carr

Lauren Webber, Linda Webber, Jackie Tanashian, Olivia Carr completing community service for their CCD class with Immaculate Conception Parish in Weymouth.

Nina

Nina asked her friends to bring donation items or donate funds to QAS in lieu of birthday presents.