Starting a new program can feel overwhelming at times! But, we’ve got your back with a free resource to plan your new pilot program. This resource includes tips and a worksheet-style questionnaire to get you started.
With new kinds of work, comes new roles. In this resource, we’ve included job descriptions for several potential new roles you might need when implementing HASS programming.
We have three amazing resources for language. Whether you are looking for specifics around HASS, animal welfare, or DEI efforts, we’ve got you covered.
Welcome to the wonderful world of HASS! You may be wondering what various acronyms, engagement opportunities, and more are. This terminology guide will help.
As we change the way we work, we should consider the way we speak and how diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts fit into the puzzle of animal services. This glossary can help.
Brand new to animal welfare? Or, maybe you’ve come across a term you don’t know? The Animal Welfare Jargon Glossary contains many common terms you’ll come across .
Take a look at our toolkits and resources for marketing, fundraising, and technology to support the implementation of Human Animal Support Services.
When you begin to implement HASS, it’s important to keep how you talk with your community about it front-of-mind. That’s why we’ve created a series of communications kits in collaboration with HeARTs Speak for organizations of any size and budget.
In order to implement new programs in your organizations, funding is a necessary piece of the puzzle.
The Philanthropy, Development, and Fundraising toolkit was developed to help you drive your mission forward and bring ideas from concept to reality.
Technology is a must these days, but sometimes it’s hard to know what to use when! Check out the Human Animal Support Services Technology Catalog to view crowdsourced information on the best tools and technology out there.