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Think of this as an information hub just for you… our AMAZING volunteers. Posts are in chronological order, newest to oldest.


 

Marin Humane Staff Appreciate Our Volunteers!

Categories: Blog, Volunteers
Every day, rain or shine, volunteers come to the shelter in Novato, Kitty Corner in San Anselmo, and the Thrift Shop (also in San Anselmo) to help the animals and people in our community! We appreciate our talented and dedicated volunteers each and every day for all of their amazing work. Our staff want to …

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It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week!

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week! And boy, do we ever appreciate our volunteers! Whether they’re walking dogs, doing laundry, assisting in the veterinary clinic, cleaning cat cages, helping out adopters, doing behavior evaluations, photographing animals, sharing their animals as ambassadors throughout the county, our volunteers truly keep the shelter running! We simply couldn’t help thousands …

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“No Place Like Home” Program

Categories: Blog, Volunteers

A few months ago, Marin Humane started a new program to provide resources to pet guardians considering surrendering their animals to the shelter. The program is called No Place Like Home Making the decision to surrender an animal is difficult. Sometimes people are faced with the challenge of having to balance their companion animal’s needs …

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Thank You Gala Volunteers

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
“Your volunteers were amazing!,” said not one, not two, but more than a half dozen staff about all of you who helped us at the 2018 Marin Humane Gala! To the afternoon set-up team – bravo for getting the dining room and reception room set-up in record time. Both rooms looked beautiful! And special shout-out …

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Featured Volunteers – Dog Pet Pal Mentors

Categories: Blog, Volunteers
You may have seen people walking around campus wearing bright yellow mesh vests. No, they are not road crew overseeing the repair of potholes – nor traffic wardens guiding visitors to parking spots on busy days when events are happening at the shelter. They are Dog Pet Pal (DPP) mentors – and they wear the …

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