Archive for Volunteers & Fosters

The Lifesaving Programs of a No Kill, Open-Admission Shelter

No Kill Animal Shelter Programs (photo)

A No Kill, Open Admission Shelter Utilizes Proven, Life-Saving Programs Cheryl Schneider, Williamson County Animal Shelter Director,  gives a tour of the Williamson County Animal Shelter and shares the life-saving programs they use to save more than 90% of the animals that enter their shelter. In this 7 minute video filmed on location at the Williamson
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How to Recruit and Maintain a Large Volunteer/Foster Program

Animal Rescue Foster Volunteer Recruitment Tips (photo)

Building an Effective & Large Volunteer/Foster Program: Volunteers are key to the pets alive/no kill mission of saving homeless animals. Learn how to recruit, build, and maintain a solid volunteer program for your animal shelter or rescue group in this 47 minute video presentation with Dr. Ellen Jefferson, Austin Pets Alive! You can help defray
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19 Places To Find Animal Rescue Volunteers and Fosters

Animal Rescue Volunteer Recruitment Tips

Finding Volunteers and Fosters for Animal Shelters and Rescues! by Alva Logsdon Every community has great volunteer potential; the key is knowing where to find them and taking an active role to do so. Here are 19 resources you can focus your recruitment efforts on: Yahoo or Google groups (look for categories like animal groups,
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Animal Rescue Resources

Animal Rescue Resources (photo)

Budget-Minded Tools to Strengthen Your Marketing, Social Media, and Community Outreach Be competitive with “no or low cost” tools to strengthen your organization’s brand and presence in the community. There is simply no reason non-profit and government organizations can’t have a solid marketing and social media online presence using the latest tools for website, brand,
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How to Start an Animal Shelter Volunteer Program

How to Start an Animal Shelter Voluntter Program (photo)

Increasing Shelter Live Release Rates Through a Community Volunteer Partnership Animal shelter volunteers can provide valuable resources, manpower, and efficiencies in shelter operations. Learn how a successful shelter volunteer program can increase pet adoptions/live release rates and excellence in community relations in this 30 minute video featuring Sgt. Karl Bailey, Director of the no kill Seagoville
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