Nursing Board Exam 2011
February 16, 2012 by staff
Nursing Board Exam 2011, Stanbridge College donated $1,000 for a charity drive at the Irvine Pet Complex. The Orange County veterinarian facility’s charity drive helped purchase pet food and supplies for homeless pets currently residing at the Irvine Animal Care Center.
“Irvine Pet Complex was proud to sponsor the Irvine Animal Care Center,” stated Dr. Rob Harner, D.V.M of the Irvine Pet Complex. “Thank you to Stanbridge College for their participation and generous donation.”
Irvine Pet Complex is a team of doctors and professional veterinary staff who offer veterinary services to pets in Orange County. Irvine Pet Complex’s recent charity drive supported the Irvine Animal Care Center in its mission to aid thousands of homeless, neglected and abused animals.
Each quarter, Stanbridge College runs a Favorite Charity contest encouraging its Vocational Nursing, Information Technology and Occupational Therapy Assistant students to nominate a charity and cause. The chosen charity is the beneficiary of a two week long fundraiser. In the past, Stanbridge College has raised funds for Doctors Without Borders for the famine in Somalia, Convoy of Hope for the tornado disaster in Joplin and ShelterBox for the victims of the tsunami in Japan.
In the fall of 2011, Stanbridge College supported the Irvine Animal Care Center by hosting a weeklong Pet Food and Supplies Drive. The drive resulted in gathering over 150 lbs of donations including pet food, blankets, toys and supplies for the shelter.
These projects are a part of Stanbridge College’s REACH Beyond the Classroom Service Learning and Civic Engagement Initiative. REACH provides students the opportunity to volunteer and donate to local and global charities in need of support. REACH has helped a wide variety of non-profit organizations including Mariners Outreach, Veterans First OC, Rebuilding Together OC and the American Red Cross.
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