Time for another installment of The Innovation Bank, our series of short, pre-recorded webinars. This week we’re sharing an opportunity to help the pet-owning seniors in your community, thanks to a partnership with PetSmart Charities & Meals on Wheels America.
How do all those indispensable volunteers fit into your pandemic playbook? This week’s Innovation Bank features tips and strategies for onboarding and engaging volunteers from Arizona Humane Society’s Sara Cruz-Mora. Listen to the pre-recorded webinar here (it’s under 30 minutes), and read on for some grab-and-go resources.
Time for another installment of The Innovation Bank, our series of short, pre-recorded webinars featuring effective programs and processes developed by your colleagues in the field. Today we focus on Kentucky Humane Society’s 5-year-old Equine C.
Time for another installment of The Innovation Bank, our series of short, pre-recorded webinars featuring programs and processes that you can replicate in your shelter. Today we focus on the work of HEART, a New York-based nonprofit dedicated to fostering a more compassionate and sustainable world through humane education.
The Innovation Bank is back! This week we’re featuring the behavioral modification program for shy cats at Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester. More than 320 cats have been treated through Lollypop Farm’s b-mod program, which was started 12 years ago.
For this week’s Innovation Bank series of short, recorded webinars, welcome Marnie Russ of the highly successful Kitten College at the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA). “The smallest feline is a masterpiece.
It’s time for another installment of our Innovation Bank, a series of short, pre-recorded webinars featuring replicable programs and processes. Today, we highlight Kelly Duer, a Foster Care Specialist for Maddie’s Fund, who discusses the efficacy and lifesaving nature of “Dog Day Foster and Field Trip Programs.
This week’s installment in our Innovation Bank series of short, pre-recorded webinars highlights the wealth of programs, forms, guides, and SOPs in San Diego Humane Society’s Kitten Resource Center. San Diego Humane opened the first-ever 24-7 kitten nursery in 2009, and in the first 10 years alone they cared for more than 12,000 cats and opened two additional facilities.
It’s that time again! We’ve been rolling out a new short, pre-recorded webinar in The Association’s Innovation Bank every week since September, and today the spotlight’s on Tree House Humane Society and their Feline Leukemia Adoptions program. Do you adopt out FeLV+ kitties at your agency? Danielle Case, Tree House Humane’s Shelter Manager, passes on what they’ve learned along the way.