by Roeslein Roeslein

On Saturday, August 13, Roeslein’s Community Service Committee spent the day volunteering at the Longmeadow Rescue Ranch in Union, MO. Volunteers helped to rehabilitate and socialize formerly abused and neglected animals. Duties included feeding and watering the animals, cleaning stalls and corrals, mowing the grass, and performing various maintenance work. 

“Employees had a great time volunteering with the animals at Long Meadow Rescue Ranch,” said Charitable Giving Committee Lead Dawn Null. “It was a great opportunity to get to know coworkers outside work while coming together for a great cause.”

Longmeadow Rescue Ranch is a haven for hundreds of abused and neglected horses, cows, goats, pigs, ducks, and other farm animals. The ranch is one of the country’s most comprehensive horse and farm animal care and rehabilitation centers. In addition to animal care, ranch staff provides hands-on humane education experiences for children and adults. To learn more or to make a donation, visit: Make a Donation | Longmeadow Rescue Ranch 

This event was made possible by The Roeslein Way. The Roeslein Way program enables employees to benefit others and challenge each other on how they contribute to making their communities a better place to work and live. Roeslein encourages all employees to volunteer their time to local community service efforts. Employees have opportunities to volunteer as a group to impact surrounding communities while building valuable coworker relationships positively. For more information, visit The Roeslein Way – Roeslein & Associates, Inc.