|Photo by: Susan Biddle|
Panelists included, Mike Arms, president of the Helen Woodward Animal Center, Krissie Newman, co-founder of the Ryan Newman Foundation and Angela Morris, coordinator of P&G Pet Care's Office for Animal Welfare.
The goal of the workshop was to learn valuable tips on how to educate yourself and your readers about more effective ways to find families for orphaned pets.
This included fundraising ideas, educational concepts, volunteer management, public relations and marketing. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to attend the workshop, but am please to share with you the resources that were discusses during during it.
I've been watching the videos below, and am really bummed, I couldn't make it to the workshop, because there are some great and helpful hints that were gone over.
Luckily, here are links to all the information:
Fundraising Tips - http://youtu.be/0z48mjViFVU
Community Education Tips - http://youtu.be/T0sZ2CkzINI
Fostering and Purebred Rescue Tips - http://youtu.be/fMx5Rf2qQHA
Events and Sponsorship Tips - http://youtu.be/aKSNu5maVsI
Have you participated in a program that helped get homeless pets adopted? Share your successful ideas below for others to learn (and me) to learn from!