Jayson Kimberly, a 6th grader at Montgomery Junior High in Montgomery, Texas has helped hundreds of foster and shelter animals through his “Leave it for the Pooch” and “Pennies Four Paws” service project. Jayson has collected and delivered hundreds of items to families and organizations that foster animals and to numerous organizations including the Aggieland Humane Society, Brenham Animal Shelter, Conroe Animal Adoption Center, Huntsville Animal Shelter, and Little Woman Home for Animals, just to name a few. Read the full article about Jayson on our blog.
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