Could This Happen at Your Shelter?
OK, so what’s going on here?“At the start of our first-ever 24-Hour Super Adoption Event last year, we had every cat condo in the shelter filled to the brim,” says Zachary Black, Operations Manager at Lewiston, ME’s Greater Androscoggin Humane Society. “In less than 24 hours we had all of the cats and kittens in the condos pictured adopted, all because of our amazing supporters who shared the news about our ASPCA $100K Challenge kickoff event.”
How would you like to take a similar before-and-after photo at YOUR shelter this year? This Wednesday, February 8, at 3PM ET, Zach and his colleagues at GAHS will reveal the secrets to their success during a free, 60-minute webinar, Life Saving Tips for Small Shelters. Find out which of their adoption promotions had people lining up at their door—and also hear about the promotions they won’t do again.
Register for Life Saving Tips for Small Shelters here. Small agencies who think big will especially benefit, but there are great ideas for promoting adoptions for organizations of all sizes.
P.S. And there’s more where that came from—check out these upcoming webinars presented by your colleagues in the animal sheltering field:
Community Engagement: Using Synergy to Save Lives, February 15
Presented by Humane Society for Greater Savannah
Strategizing and Energizing to Save Lives, February 22
Presented by The Humane Society of South Mississippi
Municipal Agencies Share Their Life Saving Tips, February 28
Presented by: City of Independence Animal Services
Cobb County Animal Control
Riverside County Animal Services
Planning for Success: Life Saving Tips from the 2011 $100K Challenge Winner, March 7
Presented by Austin Pets Alive!
Increasing Capacity for Spay/Neuter Before Big Events, March 8
Presented by: Kathleen Makolinski, DVM, ASPCA
Lesli Groshong, DVM, Humane Society of Boulder Valley (2010 $100K Challenge Winner)
Carolyn Brown, DVM, ASPCA