Visiting CHS Speaker - Adult Groups

Description: Does your group want to learn more about the Connecticut Humane Society? Are you interested in learning how your group can make a difference for pets in need? Request a speaker to visit your group for a presentation about how CHS plays a vital role in providing animal welfare services for the people and pets of Connecticut. This program is a great alternative for groups that aren’t able to visit one of CHS’ three locations  for a tour. Access to an on-site computer/projector is ideal but not required. A donation of $50 or equivalent of in-kind donations is requested for this service. This presentation is especially helpful for groups that are thinking of organizing a fundraiser or collection drive to benefit animals. CHS representatives are not able to bring a live animal on visits.

Age: 18+
Capacity: 10-35 adults
Length: 30-60 minutes

Availability: Weekdays, early evenings and weekends. Presentations will be scheduled based on the availability of CHS’ trained volunteer representatives.

Objectives: Learn about:

  • The types of pets available at CHS for adoption and where they come from.
  • How CHS partners with municipal animal control officers to help injured, stray, neglected and abused animals.
  • CHS’ partnerships with southern rescue groups and how CHS is helping to save more lives and reduce pet overpopulation.
  • The lifesaving medical and behavioral services provided for pets in CHS’ care.
  • The services CHS provides for low-income individuals to help prevent pet relinquishment.
  • How CHS is funded and allocates resources.
  • What it takes to be a responsible pet owner.
  • The requirements for becoming a CHS volunteer and opportunities for getting involved.
  • How YOU can be a hero for animals by organizing a fundraiser or collection drive to benefit pets in need.

Click here to schedule a program for your group.

Connecticut Humane Society

701 Russell Road, Newington, CT 06111
800-452-0114 | FAX 860-665-1478 | info@cthumane.org
Copyright 2013 Connecticut Humane Society

Copyright 2013 Connecticut Humane Society