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The Next Generation of Animal Advocates
Do you want to reach the hearts and minds of young people but lack the funding and resources to do so? Get ready to position humane education as a mission-critical initiative and learn how to generate funds and optimize your organization's effectiveness by applying best practices in marketing, partnerships, and evaluation. Save your seat for thisfree webinar, "The Business of Humane Education: Models for Making it Work," on Tuesday, August 6th.
Whether inside the shelter or through ancillary fundraising and volunteer programs, you can infuse energy back into your work and help shape the next generation of animal advocates through humane education programs in your community. Read more about how other organizations started successful programs in their areas in theAnimal Sheltering magazine article "Investing in Humane Education."
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LAST CHANCE: Pets for Life
The deadline to submit your application for the Pets for Life Mentorship Program is rapidly approaching! The HSUS' Pets for Life Program and PetSmart Charities have teamed up to fund five organizations that are ready to implement or expand their community outreach in under-served neighborhoods. Don't miss this chance to get the money and guidance you need to help your community. Apply before August 9th>>
Introducing BOGO Bowl
At BOGO Bowl, they believe all animals need healthy, high-quality nutrition whether their bowls are in a cozy kitchen or a caring shelter. That's why they're working with shelters and rescues, giving a matching bag of food for every bag of BOGO Bowl food sold. Register your organization and learn more>>
Reviews on Marketplace
Today's the last day to get 50% the Don't Leave Your Pet in a Parked Car flyers on Marketplace. If you've already stocked up, let others in the field know how you like them and other publications and resources on Marketplace in the Customer Reviews.
Through the Kind News Adopt-a-Classroomprogram, you can engage students in your community's schools. Kind News encourages good character and the humane treatment of animals. By providing gift subscriptions, you'll reach entire classrooms with consistent lessons about responsible pet care, the role of animal shelters, the importance of protecting endangered species, and other humane issues. Special discounted rates are available for animal care and control agencies, so subscribe today.
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