JUST FOR KIDS
fun for all
Our camp sessions offer many ways for kids to experience Animal Allies. Learn more!
Humane Education Program leads to a kinder community.
Animal Allies Humane Society shares our mission and message with classrooms and community organizations through planned lessons and programs.
Animal Allies Humane Society offers a robust Humane Education Program for children, youth and adults. This specialized programming offers humane education tools for local classrooms, corporate presentations, and community resources.
Grade level lessons are based on 'CHARACTER COUNTS!' principles outlined by the Humane Society of the United States. Humane education focuses on empathy, responsibility, respect, and citizenship, which define our actions with people as well as animals.
If you know of a classroom or community organization that would benefit from one of our humane education programs, please contact our Humane Education Manager, Nicole Facciotto. 218-722-5341 ex. 2040
Humane education visits for children and adults are available free of charge for classrooms, organizations, business groups, and more- thanks to generous funding provided by the Kenneth A. Scott Foundation and the Irving Community Club.
Additional donations are welcomed but not required in order to schedule a presentation in your classroom or business. Support of any amount is appreciated should you wish to contribute to our Humane Education program funding.
Would you like to rent our Humane Education Room for a meeting, potluck, baby shower, wedding shower, or other type of gathering? Groups of up to 25 are welcome to rent our meeting space for their gathering.
THINGS KIDS SAY
Amber - Age 9
I learned so much about dogs and cats at summer camp.
I cant wait to teach my friends all about how to care for pets.
I want to come back every summer!
Ben - Age 10
I have been a member of Youth Allies for 2 years.
I always look forward to coming to Animal Allies to work on projects and hangout with the animals.
Lily - Age 8
I had my birthday party at Animal Allies and it was so much fun!
All my friends brought toys for the animals and we got to hangout in the kitten rooms!
Our work is made possible thanks to community support from individuals, families and foundations.
We especially thank the Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, a KeyBank Trust, the Irving Community Foundation and Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation for your on-going support.
Thank you to the many classrooms, teachers, families, and individual children
who collect donations, raise money, and donate to our programs!