This week’s Innovation Bank digs into research done by Lisa Gunter, PhD, MA, CBCC-KA. As the Maddie’s Fund Research Fellow at Arizona State University, Dr.
One of the things I love most about animal welfare donors is their passion and loyalty to help improve the lives of animals no matter what the outside world is facing. This has never been more apparent than in the last 12 months, as donors have poured their hearts into the organizations they choose to support.
We’re so excited to see you this June at our virtual Spring Conference, and wanted to make sure you knew about our group rates. Here’s what to do if you are a member of The Association and want to register colleagues from your organization at the discounted member rate.
Did you know we have a Career Center where you can look for and post new opportunities? Here’s just a sample of the current listings. Evening Canine & Feline Caregiver, Our Companions Animal Rescue and SanctuaryManchester, CT This position cares for dogs and cats at the sanctuary, engaging in daily rounds, and exercising and socializing them.
Shout out and our undying gratitude to this month’s featured member AND the chair of the Fundraising track for the Spring Conference Committee. Meet one great reason why Cleveland rocks! Name: Judy HunterMember of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement since: 2010Organization: Cleveland APLTitle: Senior Director of Development Q&A with Judy Hunter The Association: Describe yourself in 3 words.
A gala in an empty hotel room… a walk in a park without hundreds of people…. Those were just a few of the challenges fundraisers faced last year when trying to execute annual events.
For this week’s Innovation Bank, we wanna shout out East Bay SPCA’s innovative model for collaborating with social services to help community members in crisis. Watch the 30-minute webinar here, and read on for the California agency’s tips starting your own program.
What if cats ruled the world…or at least lead your organization’s strategic planning sessions?! With that spirit in mind, we hope you’ll join us for A Feline Approach to Strategic Planning, Jan F. Brazzell’s June 8 workshop at the virtual Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement.
Earlier this year, we announced a new initiative to end breed discrimination in the homeowners insurance industry. Along with major animal welfare groups including Best Friends, the Humane Society of the United States, Animal Legal Defense Fund, and Humane Rescue Alliance, The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement signed on to a new white paper calling for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) to investigate the use of breed discrimination lists.