Lynn Molnar

Lynn Molnar

President and Founder at Thankful Paws Inc

Location:
P.O. Box 97, Perry Hall, Maryland, United States
HQ Phone:
(410) 622-4892

General Information

Education

Bachelor of Science  - Humanities , Johns Hopkins University

Bachelors degree  - Maryland Bible College

Affiliations

Founder  - Paw

Recent News  

My mom interviewed Lynn about a year ago and brought her back on her PAWsitive radio show.Here's what I learned when I was listening in on their interview.
Lynn Molnar started Thankful Paws two years ago with a vision to make a difference in the lives of people and their pets by providing the first ever Mobile Food Bank for Pets in Maryland. Their priorities are seniors, veterans and individuals who are homeless. In addition to providing pet food, supplies (like toys, leashes, food and water bowls, blankets), Lynn is also helping change the societal perceptions about homelessness. ynn told mom that many people are just one paycheck away from being homeless, and it devastates pet parents to be in a position where you can't feed your pet. Lynn Molnar and Hero- Photo Credit Thankful Paws Lynn's dog Hero (paws up for the pups) is almost six and he went with Lynn to file their incorporation papers 2 years ago, now look at them! She said Hero, who's a therapy dog, is a walking model of societal acceptance and unconditional love. You can listen to mom and Lynn talking on PAWsitive Radio here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/teamtoby/2013/10/30/thankful-paws-mobile-food-bank-for-pets Come visit us at Team Toby....www.TheOriginalTeamToby.com Lynn Molnar is originally from Belmar, New Jersey, and has lived in Europe for several years. She holds a Bachelors degree from Johns Hopkins University as well as Maryland Bible College, both located in Baltimore, Maryland. She has served the community of Maryland for over twenty years through various volunteer capacities. Her professional experience includes being a paralegal at the Attorney General's Office of Maryland, and a medical researcher at Johns Hopkins University. Currently, Lynn is the president of Thankful Paws. It was her compassion for pets and people that led her to establish the first ever mobile food bank for pets in Maryland. Under her leadership, Thankful Paws has expanded its services to include the first ever hotline for homeless people with pets. In less than two years, Lynn has helped distribute nearly 30 tons of pet food. www.thankfulpaws.org more... My mom interviewed Lynn about a year ago and brought her back on her PAWsitive radio show.Here's what I learned when I was listening in on their interview. Lynn Molnar started Thankful Paws two years ago with a vision to make a difference in the lives of people and their pets by providing the first ever Mobile Food Bank for Pets in Maryland. Their priorities are seniors, veterans and individuals who are homeless. In addition to providing pet food, supplies (like toys, leashes, food and water bowls, blankets), Lynn is also helping change the societal perceptions about homelessness. ynn told mom that many people are just one paycheck away from being homeless, and it devastates pet parents to be in a position where you can't feed your pet. Lynn Molnar and Hero- Photo Credit Thankful Paws Lynn's dog Hero (paws up for the pups) is almost six and he went with Lynn to file their incorporation papers 2 years ago, now look at them! She said Hero, who's a therapy dog, is a walking model of societal acceptance and unconditional love. You can listen to mom and Lynn talking on PAWsitive Radio here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/teamtoby/2013/10/30/thankful-paws-mobile-food-bank-for-pets Come visit us at Team Toby....www.TheOriginalTeamToby.com Lynn Molnar is originally from Belmar, New Jersey, and has lived in Europe for several years. She holds a Bachelors degree from Johns Hopkins University as well as Maryland Bible College, both located in Baltimore, Maryland. She has served the community of Maryland for over twenty years through various volunteer capacities. Her professional experience includes being a paralegal at the Attorney General's Office of Maryland, and a medical researcher at Johns Hopkins University. Currently, Lynn is the president of Thankful Paws. It was her compassion for pets and people that led her to establish the first ever mobile food bank for pets in Maryland. Under her leadership, Thankful Paws has expanded its services to include the first ever hotline for homeless people with pets. In less than two years, Lynn has helped distribute nearly 30 tons of pet food. www.thankfulpaws.org more...

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Founder: Lynn Molnar and her inspiration, Hero
Several years ago I was working at a local university. ?Lynn Molnar is originally from New Jersey and moved to Maryland to attend Maryland Bible College. Upon her graduation with a degree in Church Ministries, Lynn volunteered to do mission work in Europe. As a missionary, she lived Poland for two years and supported herself by teaching English as a second language (ESL) at the American Language Institute in Krakow. Upon Lynn's return to the States, she became a student at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Humanities. Lynn has served the community of Maryland for over twenty years through various volunteer capacities including organizing block parties to help inner city children attend summer camp. She also led the initiative to install lights at the Ma & Pa Dog Park in Bel Air. Lynn is dedicated to all aspects of community life, and has served on the Harford County Cultural Arts Board, and the Harford County Human Relations Commission. Lynn's professional experiences include being an executive assistant at Maryland Institute College of Art, a paralegal at the State of Maryland Attorney Generals Office, as well as a research assistant at the Johns Hopkins. ? Currently, Lynn enjoys her role as president at Thankful Paws.

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Thankful Paws founder, Lynn Molnar, delivers a compelling presentation to help people better understand the value of pets.
Through her presentation you will gain empathy and understanding as to why we need pet food banks in every community.

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