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Archive for the "Outreach" Category

Want to help Save Them All? Talk to 10 friends today.

Share your passion for Best Friends and saving lives, and turn your friends into supporters just like you, by recruiting others to Save Them All.

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The most effective program of all

Spreading the word about Best Friends and the no-kill movement to those outside of the animal welfare community helps save the lives of shelter pets.

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160,000 animals saved during 2014: Best Friends’ 30th anniversary year

As 2014 and Best Friends’ 30 year anniversary draws to a close, Bela’s arrival is just the latest among many year-end highlights in our effort to Save Them All.

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Tired of sad animal TV ads? Try this …

Best Friends’ latest television PSA focuses on a positive love for homeless shelter pets, instead of guilt-inducing damaged goods.

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Best Friends super adoption event: Brooklyn edition

Be among the 15,000 people attending our New York City adoption event at the Brooklyn Expo Center this weekend, where we expect to find homes for over 400 animals.

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The fix For Black Friday mall madness stress? Adopt a pet!

Best Friends pet adoption centers in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles are hosting Black Friday reduced-fee pet adoption promotions.

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Julie Castle at TEDxSaltLakeCity: Monumental change through building bridges

Julie Castle’s TEDxSaltLakeCity Talk discusses how the Vicktory dogs have helped change policies and public perceptions surrounding pit bull terrier-type dogs.

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Network partners receive more than $500,000 in grants

With Best Friends working collaboratively with other 501(c)3 animal welfare organizations around the country, we can Save Them All.

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Best Friends staff members get involved locally to Save them All

The commitment to Save Them All extends beyond the 9-5 workday for many remote Best Friends employees who advocate for animals in their own communities.

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Pit bull terrier initiatives progress

We are making progress to educate the public about the plight of pit bull terriers and change stereotypes about them.

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