Posted: Jul 10 2010
Children at the Lowdon-Schutts Women's Center, a homeless shelter in Fort Worth, are giving back to the community by helping dogs in need. The program, part of SLANT 45 which is a larger effort to involve elementary school kids in community service, is making an effort to include unrepresented populations including shelter children.
Shelter volunteer Drew Myers commented, "I thought it would be neat to engage these kids at the shelter who probably aren't being asked because they are considered so-called charity cases. But it's neat seeing these kids stepping up and to find out what tugs at their heart."
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