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Help Ohlone Humane Society with Humane Education for children

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Ohlone Humane Society

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Humane Education encompasses human rights, animal protection, and environmental ethics. If you believe, as we do at Ohlone Humane Society, that teaching our children to embrace this kind of compassion and empathy for all others is vital, you may be the person to help us with our humane education program.

We currently pay the subscription fees for dozens of local classrooms to receive 'Kind News' https://kindnews.redrover.org/ a humane education magazine. One of our animal assisted therapy team members has been doing zoom meetings with some of the classes.
How else can we engage our students and children?

Join us!

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About Ohlone Humane Society

Location:

39120 Argonaut Way, PMB #108, Fremont, CA 94536, US

Mission Statement

Ohlone Humane Society strives to inspire respect and compassion for all animals, advocate for their interests and welfare, and instill in our community that all living beings have a right to be treated humanely.

Description

Ohlone Humane Society is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that serves the Tri-City area in the East Bay. We care for animals and the community through humane programs and services. Ohlone Humane Society is privately funded and relies on the generous support of our community through donations and volunteering.

As one of the few humane societies that maintains a wildlife rehabilitation center, Ohlone Humane Society truly advocates for all creatures--from injured or orphaned native species to abandoned companion animals.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Animals
Children & Youth

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Fremont, CAFremont, CA 94538

(37.50423,-121.96437)
 

SKILLS

  • Environmental Education
  • Child Development
  • Networking
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • A few hours every week, Board meeting once/month

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