Trail of Hope in desperate need of volunteers

Posted 9/1/21

Do you have a few hours you can spare to help?

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Trail of Hope in desperate need of volunteers

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OKEECHOBEE -- Trail of Hope gets calls and messages all the time asking  what TOH needs. The answer is HELP! They desperately need help, volunteers from this amazing community who are willing to help  care for these dogs.

They are hoping to have a booth at the upcoming Labor Day festivities but  need help at the rescue to do so. If you are a former, current or new volunteer, please come by this weekend, Sept. 4 and 5,  and lend a hand.

If you’ve never been to TOH, stop by and fill out a volunteer application. You can start immediately. They have jobs for people of all ages. Laundry, dishes, walks, cleaning and playing with sweet pups.

"We will take you for a day or even an hour. Please come help, you won’t be sorry!"  their social media post advises.

Trail of Hope is located at 1201 U.S. 98 North, near Walpole Feed. They are open from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 863-357-1104.

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