TEMECULA – Center for Spiritual Living Temecula Valley, which has been providing spiritual tools that help transform lives since 1996, will be coming together, 8 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 4, to help repair and beautify the grounds of local animal rescue group, Save The Animals Today, located at 31530 Scott Road, in Winchester. The community is invited to participate as well.
In the spirit of service and giving back to the community, the center is organizing a local opportunity to come together to benefit the animals and all the lives touched through STAT’s outreach programs.
“We’re going to do a range of family friendly cleanup service projects – things like painting, fixing up the handicap accessible, raised garden beds, basic tree trimming and general clean up,” Stacey Paige, CSLTV project coordinator, said. “We’ll also have a chance to interact and feed the horses and other animals saved. Anyone who’d like to join us at the sanctuary is welcome. In addition, for those who would like to contribute monetarily, CSLTV is accepting Home Depot card donations for supplies.”
Contact CSLTV for information on volunteering or donating for the event.
The vision of CSLTV is in “honoring and celebrating the divine presence in all… to create a world that works for everyone.” Its purpose is “to inspire spiritual living through cultivating a personal relationship with God and each other. We are here to embrace, accept and share divine love.”
For more information about the Center for Spiritual Living Temecula Valley, visit www.CSLTV.org or call (951) 304-0268.
For more information about Save the Animals Today, visit www.SaveTheAnimalsToday.org or call (951) 733-3000.