Happy Monday! Below is a brief roundup of resources added over the past week.
The National Call grant giveaway winners are…
New Year, new grants. As promised, we had something special in store for our National Calls. This past Monday and Friday, Maddie’s Fund® gave ten organizations/people each a $1,000 grant at random. The January winners from the Animal Welfare Leadership Roundup group are: Jen Bliss, Seattle Humane Elisabeth Manwiller, Animal Rescue League of Berks County Shelley… Learn More
I foster. You foster. We all foster. A new Challenge is coming!
We all know the incredible bond that humans and pets have and the importance of keeping them together. Foster care is a powerful way to achieve that. That’s what the We Foster Challenge is all about! By participating in the Challenge this May, you’ll grow your foster base to help keep pets with people and out of… Learn More
Kitten resources? Share yours and be entered to win a $50 gift card!
Do you have any kitten resources you would be able to share on Maddie’s® Pet Form? Is there a kitten-related video you use that gets tons of attention this time of year or a plea for fosters that works every time? If so, we would love if you could reply to this thread and upload files or share links to anything you think would be helpful Share resources
My Dog is My Home Co-Sheltering Conference: March 1-3
This conference focuses on equity and access within social services for people and their companion animals experiencing homelessness.
Webcast: Amended American History
Thursday, February 17 at 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET
Black History is American History. James Evans, Johnny Jenkins and Mueni Rudd of Companions and Animals for Reform and Equity (CARE) will discuss the importance and the intentional removal of key facts – as well as the power in knowing a complete history of our America. Register now
NEW Maddie’s® Million Pet Challenge Shelter Consultation Mentorship – Foundational Course
This course covers the foundational learning in the shelter consultation process for veterinarians and shelter leaders who are interested in exploring or expanding their professional skills in shelter consultation. This course is also valuable for shelter professionals who would like to assess their own shelter management processes and programs. Enroll now