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Free mobile fundraising tool for your animal welfare organization

Is your organization looking for new ways to fundraise? It’s safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted animal shelters and rescue organizations to pivot and evolve in all areas ranging from adoptions to operations – including fundraising. The pandemic has created economic uncertainty for many, so we thought we’d share this free fundraising… Learn More

Attend Animal Care Expo from the comfort of your own home!

Humane Society of the United State’s Animal Care Expo Online has gone virtual this year and while we will miss seeing everyone in person, we think it’s a great alternative! With more than 30 professional development sessions, you’ll be sure to find a session (or several), to suit your needs. We are proud to sponsor… Learn More

Why animal welfare can’t go back to the way things were

The COVID-19 pandemic has empowered many animal welfare organizations to make operational changes such as the introductions of telemedicine, virtual adoptions and a huge uptick in fostering. Will we go back to the way things were? This interview with Lisa LaFontaine, President and CEO of Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington, D.C. is the first in a… Learn More

3 lifesaving webcasts for you to join today and tomorrow

Whether you’re a first-time foster caregiver to a kitten, are thinking of offering a rehoming program or curious about short-term contraception for cats, there’s programming for everyone this week. Cat and Kitten Caregiving with Maddie’s Fund Thursday, April 9 at 10:00am PST / 1:00pm ET The Petco Foundation will host our very own Dr. Sheila… Learn More

Be prepared for kitten season with these resources

It may be cold in many parts of the country, but before you know it, spring will have sprung and kitten season will be in full swing. Get ready for those felines now with these resources. This post originally ran in April 2019.  Kitten season has already arrived for some of you, so we wanted to… Learn More

How one shelter is using data and transport to save more lives

In 2017 when the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA (CASPCA) began to consider regularly transporting pets in from other areas, they started by looking at the data. “I knew I wanted to reach shelters where the transports would have a real impact – shelters that wanted to increase their lifesaving but needed help,” says Angie Gunter, CASPCA’s Executive… Learn More

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How one community helped keep pets with their people, #ThanksToMaddie 

When Grand Strand Humane Society (GSHS) in South Carolina applied for an Innovation Grant focusing on alternatives to intake, they achieved that and so much more.   The idea was simple. When an individual came in to surrender their pet because they couldn’t afford the cost of care, GSHS would help. Services included altering, vaccines,… Learn More

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