North Minneapolis Pet Resource Center Advocate
My Pit Bull is Family
North Minneapolis Pet Resource Center - Advocate
Our volunteers are community advocates. Our NMPRC Advocates assist families in a case-management style while providing resources to make sure that pets and their families are set up for success. The goal of this program is to keep pets at home with their families by providing on-site resources and referrals to partner organizations. PRC Advocates can also participate in community outreach events and fundraising efforts to help sustain our programming. Tasks can vary from week to week at the PRC to keep things exciting! We ask that our PRC Advocates plan on helping with 2 shifts a month.
Join us in keeping families together by providing resources and case management at our North Minneapolis Pet Resource Center. Our Pet Resource Center is open Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5-8 pm and Saturday 11-2 pm.
Volunteers for this program will assist with filling pet supply orders, meeting with community members, and maintaining the organization of the PRC.
Delivery driver shifts are also available. Saturday afternoons 1-3 pm.
We also offer a delivery option for our neighbors that are homebound or unable to pick up during our hours of operation.
We ask that volunteers assisting with this program are able to lift 50 lbs.
*Our PRC is not wheelchair accessible. At this time stairs are required to utilize the restroom in the basement.*
About My Pit Bull is Family
po box 26262, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55426, US
My Pit Bull is Family is a 501c-3 non-profit organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota with a mission to keep families and their canine companions together through ending housing and insurance discrimination. We do this work through having conversations with property management companies, conducting pet policy research studies, providing the nation’s largest housing database that accepts all dogs, and community outreach & education.
My Pit Bull is Family is a nationally known organization that was started in 2011 as a bumper sticker campaign. In 2015 the campaign became a registered non-profit organization and has been growing since!