Greetings from Volunteer Services! July 29, 2020

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Greetings Volunteers, As you probably already know, the shelter is open by appointment only, but there are staff on campus every day to care for the animals, finalize adoptions, and respond to public inquiries online or by phone. We are utilizing a two team approach where staff are part of a cohort on either Team …

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Greetings from Volunteer Services! July 22, 2020

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
Greetings Volunteers, Community. As defined by Merriam-Webster, community is a unified body of individuals such as people with common interests living in a particular area. That’s us! Marin Humane volunteers are a community that I often say are “birds of a feather that flock together.”  I think one of the by-products of this pandemic is …

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Greetings from Volunteer Services! July 15, 2020

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Greetings Volunteers, At the beginning of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place, Marin Humane was able to obtain a Payroll Protection Program loan that’s helped cover staff salaries for the past few months. That loan will continue to take us through July 19th. Please read this important message from Anne Oliver: “As mentioned by Nancy McKenney last week, …

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Greetings from Volunteer Services! July 8, 2020

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Greetings Volunteers, As we pass the mid-year mark, and week #16 of sheltering in place, we also ring in a new fiscal year for Marin Humane. From Nancy McKenney: “Our new budget (for FY 2020-21) was approved by the Board of Directors in June. I want to let you know it was a very difficult …

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Greetings from Volunteer Services! July 1, 2020

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
Greetings Volunteers, In a few days, we’ll celebrate the Fourth of July. This year, most of the large fireworks shows have been cancelled, but there may be some random fireworks going off in or near your neighborhood. Loud noises can frighten animals, causing them to panic and even run away from home. In a Tails …

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