February 26 marked our 2018 Annual Day of Service at Carolina Tiger Rescue. Ten residents and eighteen employees volunteered their time in support of this important local organization, which aims to save and protect wild cats in captivity and in the wild.

Residents and Galloway Ridge employees built picnic tables, repaired fences, painted and cleared brush and vines from fence rows. They worked two shifts of four hours each. In addition to volunteering their time, many residents have made monetary donations, and they’ve advanced the mission of the organization by enthusiastically spreading the word among friends and family.

The Day of Service has been an annual tradition here at Galloway Ridge since 2016. Each year, employees and residents are given the opportunity to support a local need with their talents, time and energy while enjoying time with one another. This is yet another example of our community’s commitment to engaging with Chatham County, giving back and volunteering.

To learn more about Carolina Tiger Rescue, please visit carolinatigerrescue.org.