International Homeless Animals Day 2017

We would be honored to have you join, animal shelters, animal rescues, and animal protection organizations worldwide on Saturday, August 19, 2017, by participating in the 26th annual International Homeless Animals’ Day (IHAD).

Getting involved is easy!

Many organizations participate with a fundraising event, pet adoption day, pet food/pet supplies drive, meet & greet, shelter open house, or candlelight vigil. While others partner with local veterinarians to host a low-cost spay/neuter clinic, or a free or low-cost microchip/vaccination clinic.

This Day provides a wonderful opportunity to find caring individuals to foster pets, volunteer, and showcase your animals available for adoption.

Your participation in International Homeless Animals’ Day observances provide an important opportunity for your organization to:

• Enlighten communities about local animal services your organization provides to the public.
• Raise much needed funds to support your organizations spay/neuter programs.
• Increase adoptions by showcasing adoptable pets available from your organization.
• Educate communities of the importance of spaying/neutering to alleviate pet overpopulation.

You can learn more about ISAR’s International Homeless Animals’ Day by visiting our website: http://isaronline.org/programs/international-homeless-animals-day-ihad/ or contact ISAR.

ISAR will help advertise your event!

Participating organizations will receive free promotional publicity materials and your event will be advertised to thousands of people on ISAR’s website, as well as our online communities such as Facebook and Twitter.

You can contact me directly using any of the information listed below to receive a free planning packet, additional information or to register your event.

If you cannot participate in IHAD, we invite you to light an online candle in honor/in memory of a furry loved one, someone who has dedicated their time to rescuing animals, for victims of pet overpopulation, or to promote spay/neuter.

Thank you for all the great work you do to help animals!

Susan Dapsis

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