4 Easy Ways to Maintain That Post-Conference Glow

Can you believe it’s been 3 weeks since we were together for The Fall Virtual Conference for Animal Welfare? Here are 4 reminders of how much fun we had—and 4 ways to keep that momentum going into the New Year. Cheers!

Cue up the Conference Playlist

From “Who Let the Dogs Out?” and “Respect” to “Can’t Hold Us Down”…. Oh, yeah! Thanks again to our speakers and exhibitors for helping us compile all this rockin’ inspo in one place. Listen to it here.

Keep the Spirit Alive

In partnership with Hill’s Pet Nutrition, we invited you to create short videos highlighting how you creatively and collaboratively made your way through the past year. The first 10 of you to submit qualifying videos received $1K grants—here’s a list of the winners and all participants—and you can watch the celebration reel we created:


Meet the Supporting Cast

So, who are the real MVPs behind this record-breaking event? Look no further—we’ve curated a selection of your conference buddies (you know, the ones who put the lap in laptop) and posted them in a Facebook photo album.

Go To a Concert

We kicked off our shoes, kicked up our heels and ended our 3 days together in celebration, thanks to Blackbaud’s Shayne Floyd. Turns out, this conference sponsor is also an incredible musician who, in 2019, organized a nationwide tour to raise money for shelters. Here’s the live musical performance he treated us to:


Read the Daily Conference Reports

Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Day 1: 5 Key Takeaways
Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Day 2: 5 Key Takeaways
Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Day 3: 5 Key Takeaways


The Association

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