School LoveGet your school or club involved to help local animals in need. There are many ways you and your school or club can help and be enriched by successful service learning and humane education.
Ten Ways to Get Your School Community Involved
1) We can bring humane caretakers and their animals to your campus for assemblies, classroom visits, and/or club meetings.
2) We will provide schools, teachers, administrators and students with a myriad of prepared, custom designed, standards based lessons, videos, and learning activities in all subject areas including English, math, science, history social studies, art, music, and physical education.
3) We can give you resources and support to raise awareness about the crisis facing homeless animals and how school communities can help.
4) Come together as a learning community to sponsor a rescue group, shelter, project, or animal.
5) We provide service learning programs, ideas and support.
6) Clubs. Start a club and we'll provide support, projects, resources, or help working with local rescue groups and animal shelters.
7) Contests. We'll help you create schoolwide or districtwide contests, and give you resources.
8) Authors and Celebrities. We'll help you bring them to campus to educate, kick off, reward and support your work.
9) Adoption events. We will work with you to bring adoption events to your school or event (Back to School Nights, Fundraisers, et cetera)
10) Spay and neuter vans. Sign up members of your school community for a day of free or low cost spaying and neutering.
Have other ideas and want support? That is what we are here for!
FaithGet your religious congregation involved to learn about and help local animals. The Los Angeles Animal Alliance works with faith communities to fulfill their goals of being responsible stewards to companion animals. By working with the humane community, congregations can help save our dogs and cats, connect them to loving homes, strengthen our community, further connect ourselves to our moral and religious values, and help work toward a “No Kill” Los Angeles.
Making your congregation a member of the Los Angeles Interfaith Alliance for Animals is as easy as agreeing to host one adoption event, promoting the seasonal or holiday fostering of needy dogs and cats within your congregation, participating in Happy Holidays for Homeless pets, or working with rescuers to network homeless animals with congregants, et cetera.