Lutheran Women's Missionary League donates to Saving Animals Lives 24/7

Lutheran Women’s Missionary League donated money and supplies to Saving Animals Lives 24/7. Pictured, from left, are Sheron Alex, leader of Servant Resources; Megan Driver, founder, director, CEO to Saving Animals Lives 24/7; and Shelley Sharp, president of LWML.

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League recently presented Megan Driver, founder, director, CEO, at Saving Animals Lives 24/7, a check for $280 from donations collected from the congregation.

The group presented her a second check for $35 from the LWML, along with dog and cat supplies including dog potty pads and cat litter, food, toys, etc.

The LWML thanked the Zion Lutheran Church of Mission Valley’s congregation for supporting the Saving Animals Lives 24/7, a nonprofit organization, during July by making the donations. The money and supplies were presented during the recent LWML general meeting.

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