PALNV is in need of a volunteer to establish, direct, and support the overall marketing and communication plan with specific emphasis on social media. The Marketing Volunteer will partner with Board Members, employees, and volunteers to oversee a consistent and active communication strategy for the purpose of program messaging, fundraising, and branding. This is a terrific opportunity for the right person to work virtually who has the ability to effectively communicate electronically or otherwise.
4155 N. Rancho Dr. #150, Suite 150, Las Vegas, NV 89130, US
"PALNV is dedicated to building communities that improve animal life. Our focus is saving community cats that are at risk. "
PALNV is a nonprofit organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place for the animals that do not have homes. PALNV partners with The Animal Foundation, TNR Trappers and Colony Feeders to take in cats facing homelessness on the streets and house them in our Rescued Treasures Cat Cafe. Once they are at our cafe, our staff and fosters care for the cats and kittens, working with them to get ready for adoption. They stay with us until they find their forever homes and as our cats are adopted, we reach out to our partners to bring us more cats and kittens thus being a part of the solution to saving our community cats.
PALNV is the Nevada Affiliate for Rescue Bank, a program of GreaterGood.org. We work with 501c3 rescues, feral cat organizations and pet food pantries to provide pet food which helps the organizations so they can use their dollars for medical care, adoptions and supplies.
PALNV has been in business since 1993. The organization started in Victorville, CA and moved their operations to Las Vegas in 2014. We are now located on N Rancho Drive near W Craig Road.
Volunteers are vital to our operations here at PALNV. We continually seek to expand our programs with volunteer support. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on donations and volunteer efforts to help us achieve our goals and saving our communities at risk cats.