GU-Appleton Students Make Dog Toys for Area Shelter

Students work to cut out patterns from donated t-shirts to make dog toys for the Neenah Animal Shelter.

Globe University-Appleton’s Winter 2015 Global Citizenship class tested out their crafting skills while completing their Applied Learning Project for the Neenah Animal Shelter. The class made over 50 tie toys for dogs served by the organization. Globe University-Appleton’s veterinary technology program has been partnering with the shelter for several years.  

Before beginning the project, the class first discussed why organizations such as the Neenah Animal Shelter are vital to the welfare of animals. Shelters rely on help from the community in the form of donations, volunteer time, and adoptions. This was part of a larger discussion about the existence and importance of non-profit organizations in our area.

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