External communications work is much easier with consistent, frequent, and transparent internal communications. During this webinar, you’ll learn how to turn your external communications skills inward and communicate more effectively with your board and staff.
Join us June 21st-23rd for a virtual convention for anyone who’d like to create a better environment for the tiniest community cats!
This kitten-focused event, presented by The National Kitten Coalition and The Community Cats Podcast, features presentations by experts on raising and saving kittens, setting up and managing kitten-centered shelter programs, and more. (Speakers and the event’s schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.)
Since this is a virtual event, you’ll have an opportunity to gain valuable information and have your questions answered by some of the most knowledgable leaders in animal welfare without the expense and hassle of traveling.
$50 early bird tickets are available thru April 30, 2019. After that, $75 tickets will be available thru June 22nd.
Drawing from almost 20 years of experience working with feral cats, the folks at Neighborhood Cats have gathered together their favorite ways of catching the wiliest of felines. Whether it’s putting in a clear rear door, using Spam as bait, wrapping your trap with green garden netting or training a cat to enter a trap, you’re bound to learn something new that will improve your trapping success. Come prepared to share your secret tips and tricks, too!
At the conference, you’ll get the chance to learn, share and connect with like-minded animal lovers from around the country. With workshops and speakers on nearly every aspect of the no-kill movement, the conference has something for everyone. You’ll be joined by more than a thousand fellow animal lovers, united by a passion for saving the lives of homeless pets.
Does your communications work make a difference? How do you know? During this webinar, we’ll talk about the best practices for measuring nonprofit communications success, including how to select the right key performance indicators and benchmarks, what to measure and what to ignore, and how to report results to others.
This educational conference brings together animal control officers, humane investigators, animal care staff, shelter managers/executive directors, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, rescue workers, and animal advocates from throughout the State of Tennessee and other areas of the Southeast for an opportunity to learn, network and discover new methods, tools and services for improving their ability to help animals.
The New Mexico Humane Conference, hosted annually by Animal Humane New Mexico, is a multi-day educational event that offers animal welfare professionals, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, animal trainers and animal welfare volunteers from New Mexico and surrounding states an important opportunity to learn new skills, discover the latest advancements in our industry, and network with like-minded professionals.
What separates the third of nonprofits who rate their communications programs as effective from the two-thirds who say they are only somewhat effective or ineffective? It’s not a huge staff or budget. Instead, it is how people work together, including how they collaborate, make decisions, and create efficient workflows. During this webinar, you’ll learn the secrets of high-performing communications teams.
The Colorado Animal Welfare Conference unites professionals who promote the humane treatment of animals; sharing best practices, challenges, and successes in an environment of learning and teamwork.