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Finding the Fun(ds)
While fundraising is rarely "fun", there is money out there for animal care organizations--the trick is knowing where to look. Animalsheltering.org has a complete list of regularly updatedgrant listings from various foundations to help you find the money your organization needs, without pulling your hair out.
One of these amazing foundations is The Lowell Fund. Earlier this month, The HSUS announced grants funded exclusively through The Lowell Fund to 31 groups in 21 states, all to groups specializing in the rescue and rehabilitation of senior, pit-bull type, and mixed breed dogs, in particular. These grant applications are reviewed quarterly, so check out your eligibility.
Fundraising programs and publications specifically designed for animal care professionals are also available at Marketplace.
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FREE Community Cat Handbook
The second edition of theNeighborhood Cats TNR Handbook is bigger and better than ever, and free! Fully updated and packed with new information, theHandbook is the most comprehensive guide available to help caretakers with every aspect of colony management. Whether you're new to TNR or a seasoned caretaker, you'll find tips tostrengthen your work with cats>>
Discounted Crijo Pet Products
With feline health and quality of life as the first priority, CRIJO has developed products to meet the needs of cats everywhere. All CRIJO products are designed to ensure an enriched enviroment for cats, increasing health and adoption rates. Interested in learning more about their discounted rates for animal care organizations? Click here>>
Join us for one of two FREE "Rethinking the Cat" Symposia this September in Delaware or Maine. These daylong trainings will explore the challenging world of un-owned cats. Learn about new marketing techniques, best care practices, and what population control efforts work best in the community. Register here.
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Do you need a new job? Or need to hire some help? Check out our Jobs section to post available jobs or search resumes for a new addition to your team.
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