PAHS Is the Featured Nonprofit in May 2017 Atherton Living

Atherton Living, a monthly in-print magazine for residents of Atherton and neighboring communities, highlights a nonprofit organization every month. The May 2017 edition features “Creating Compassionate Communities,” a history of PAHS and its nearly 110 years of service on the mid-Peninsula.

Written by Carole Hyde, PAHS Executive Director, “Creating Compassionate Communities” describes PAHS’ multifaceted approach to helping animals—through advocacy, spay-neuter and safety net funding, and a broad array of educational programs. Special attention is given to the newly established Daisy Fund, which will provide assistance to animals whose owners cannot afford urgently needed veterinary care.

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