Corizon operations office donates time to the Animal Protective Association

Corizon operations office donates time to the Animal Protective Association

L-R: Deb Bailey, Mungo the Dog, Tracy Mazuranic and Theresa Halsey

Volunteers from the Corizon St. Louis operations office took time in January to volunteer with the Animal Protective Association (APA) of Missouri. The volunteers spent time washing dogs, assembling packets for children who were going to adopt an animal and having lots of play time with the cats and dogs.

The APA is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond.

Through the support of the community, the APA is able to provide services for: shelter and care for homeless dogs and cats, adoption services, veterinary clinic, lost and found assistance and education and outreach. To learn more about the APA you can visit http://www.apamo.org.

Corizon operations office donates time to the Animal Protective Association

L-R: Nancy Roesler, Shauna Hamby and Deb Thuernau

 

Whether it’s donations to local civic groups, running in local marathons or campaigns to raise money and awareness for international cancer research organizations, our employees show they care through a variety of outreach efforts. Our job is to provide care. And we don’t limit that to correctional healthcare. We care about our employees, our families and our communities.

To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com