Your community misses you—and wants to know about about the services you are currently offering and the good work you are doing. While they may not be able to volunteer or attend events or training in person, you can make your supporters and the community at large feel like they’re a part of your organization through a virtual video tour.
We know this much is true about the animal welfare field—we’re resilient, we’re innovative, and we bring communities together. Case in point: When COVID-19 restrictions on large group events threatened to cancel Sacramento SPCA’s largest community event and fundraiser, they went virtual.
Steve Jobs once said, “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” At Pethealth Inc.
It’s July 2020—and looking back just four months ago is nothing like looking back at March 2019. Humane Society Silicon Valley’s Chief of Shelter Medicine, Cristie Kamiya, DVM, MBA, assesses her agency’s response when they first received shelter-in-place orders.
This three-part blog is the result of a conversation between The Association’s Katherine Shenar, Ed Jamison of Dallas Animal Services, and PetHealth’s Steve Zeidman. Each offers a unique view on a complex topic that’s more relevant than ever—adoption policies, and how they can reflect biases against underserved and marginalized communities.
The Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Keep Pets S.A.