Get Involved

We’re inspired by the young animal lovers in our community!

Whether it’s donating the day’s take from a lemonade stand, hand-making toys for shelter kitties, or choosing Marin Humane for their school community service hours, we’re grateful to these young animal advocates and applaud their generosity on behalf of the animals. Take a look at who’s made valuable contributions to Marin Humane.

If you’re a student and would like to do a special project that benefits the shelter animals, you can gather inspiration from the story below or collect items from our Wish List, get crafty and make toys for the shelter animals, or organize a fundraising event (bake sale, car wash, lemonade stand) and donate the proceeds to Marin Humane. Or, in lieu of gifts for your birthday or holiday, ask that donations be made to the animals in your honor!

Delicious lemonade!

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Ava and Piper, knowing that there is nothing more refreshing than an ice cold glass of lemonade on a hot day, set up a lemonade stand and raised $216 for Marin Humane! The shelter animals thank you. You girls rock!

The Burr Bake Sale!

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  Kailey and Kayla Burr held a yummy bake sale to raise money for Marin Humane. They made $70 and donated it all to the shelter animals! You guys are aweome!

Score!

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  Hannah has been busy collecting all kinds of items to donate to Marin Humane for a project at school. Dog food, beds, treats and towels – wow! She has already filled our hallway and she’s not done yet. The shelter animals thank you, Hannah, for all your hard work!

Big smiley face :) thank you!

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Sahi & Jeevan Raghupathy made 60 “emoji” cupcakes and 75 chocolate chip cookies to sell at the Tiburon Market – yum! They made $292 which they donated to Marin Humane to help the shelter animals. You guys are awesome!

Music to our ears!

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Eight year old Riley played the violin with a couple of her friends in front of The Depot in Mill Valley and raised $153 for Marin Humane – her favorite organization! She even made a sign for her violin case.  Thank you, Riley – you rock! Or should we say classical??