Welcome to Kids Rock!
This section of our website is dedicated to all the young people who have donated their time holding donation drives, fundraisers and other projects that benefit our shelter and the animals we care for. Thank you to all of you, your group leaders and your families for their continued support.
William Gawthrop is awesome!
William Gawthrop, age 11, noticed on our Facebook page that we were in need of canned dog and cat food. He asked his mom if they could go shopping for the shelter animals. He and his family, currently, have 5 kitties and 2 birdies, and knows the need for food. We would like to send out a very warm thank you to William and his family for helping our shelter animals!
Thank you Alivia Wilber!
Alivia Wilber, age 10 of Milford, held a fundraiser for the Kent County SPCA, in which she bought and sold gifts for donations. The total amount raised for the homeless animals of our shelter came to $55.01! We would like to thank Alivia for her kindness and time to help our animals! Great job!
What a birthday! What a kid!
Katrina Vallorosi had a 7th birthday party and instead of gifts asked for donations for the animals here. She collected 114 lbs of food and treats.
Thank you Kenny Haltom!
Kenny Haltom requested donations instead of birthday gifts for his 7th birthday on Saturday, 3/2/13! He donated paper towels, dog biscuits, toys, and cat food!
Thank you Sydni!
This is Sydni Brown! She did a donation drive for the SPCA of blankets and towels.
Thank you Mason Metz and Isabella Wood
Friday Feb. 8, 2013, Mason Paul Rigby Metz, age 2, and Isabella Wood, age 2 1/2, came in and donated dog food, dog biscuits, cat food and toys to our homeless shelter pets! This was in request of donations instead of birthday gifts for Mason, who's birthday is tomorrow.
Cub Scout Pack 79
Cub Scout Pack 79 came in for a tour of the shelter on 1/16/13 and made a large donation of much needed supplies for our shelter. The staff, volunteers and the animals are very appreciative for their generosity and kindness.
Hannah Armstrong, age 11, did a donation drive for the Kent County SPCA and collected monetary and non-monetary donations for the homeless pets.
Virginia Welch is a 6th grader at Holy Cross School. She got donations for a stewardship project.