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T.G.I.Friday's restaurants now serving hamburgers certified by AHA
as humanely-raised in three cities.
Complete our online survey today! AHA wants
feedback from agency directors/managers on our Agency Membership
Program. The first 100 agencies that respond will receive a
complimentary 2001 Tag Day Poster.
available for the animal welfare professional
2001 Schedule now available!
Classes are available on topics such as Dog Behavior, Cat Behavior,
Humane Education, Volunteer Management, Euthanasia, Euthanasia-Beyond
Cats and Dogs, Compassion Fatigue, Horse Abuse School, the Law
Enforcement Approach to Animal Care and Control, Chemical Capture,
Shelter Operations School and Missing Animal Behavior (New!) as well as
a variety of workshops and special sessions.
Scholarships are available for many of the trainings. To
find out how to apply for a scholarship, visit our AHA
Training Scholarships page.
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Humane Images Photo Contest
A father embracing his child, a toddler with her first pet we've
all captured these images and now you have a chance to share them in
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Kind to Animals Week
May 6-12, 2001
This week's tip:
Work with local businesses to get the word
Build new bridges of support with other businesses and organizations in
your community. Invite their representatives to join you for a
brainstorming meeting to promote humane animal treatment and BKAW. See
if you can get a sponsor to pay for a continental breakfast and invite
people from businesses and organizations you currently work with, as
well as those you do not currently have relationships with. Include
people from shopping malls, movie theatres, veterinarian practices,
animal groomers, banks, pet supply stores, public libraries, museums and
schools. Ask your local Chamber of Commerce if you can speak at one of
their meetings and encourage the Chamber members to attend your meeting.
Do you have a volunteer
with a great phone presence? Have them call and talk with the contact
person at the various businesses with an enthusiastic reminder a few
days after you have mailed your invitations. Emphasize that this is
"brainstorming" session and that you want to involve the whole
community. Find ways to build excitement and get the synergy flowing.
Make this a great experience for all, something that they will look
forward to building on next year.