YOUTH ALLIES

program

Empowering youth to make a difference.

As part of our Humane Education program, Youth Allies participate in community-focused and Adoption Center events. 

​This structured and supervised program is intended to engage youth grades 6-12 (5th graders can register if they’ve attended our summer camp) to donate their time and talents in animal-oriented projects and special events. 

Students in grades 6-12 will participate together, with high school-aged students taking on more of a leadership role - including additional volunteer opportunities to help build their resumes. 

Many of the activities are on-site at Animal Allies Humane Society’s Adoption Center, while others are part of local community events. The program is active during the school year, September through June. 

FALL 2021 DATES:

additional volunteer opportunities to be added!

SEPTEMBER:

  • Saturday September 11th 10am - 12pm 

  • Sunday September 26th (Sweat For Pets offsite event) time TBD

OCTOBER:

  • Saturday October 16th 10am - 12pm 

  • Saturday October 30th 10am - 12pm 

 

NOVEMBER:

  • Saturday November 6th (Subaru Adoption Event) time TBD

  • Sunday November 7th (Subaru Adoption Event)  time TBD

  • Friday November 19th (Christmas City of the North Parade) time TBD

DECEMBER:

  • Saturday December 11th 10am-12pm

  • Saturday December 18th 10am-12pm

*No meetings are required! Participants are welcome to attend as few or as many as they'd like*

Registration is $75 and will allow you to participate September 2021 - June 2022. Each participant will receive a Youth Allies T-Shirt (BRAND NEW 2021 DESIGN)!

Help Pets

Bathe puppies and help care for kittens. Kids will experience hands-on animal care.

Guest Speakers

Learn from professionals including dog trainers and career based presentations.

Events

Youth Allies get a special behind-the-scenes ticket to help us with key event needs like games for the animals  and fun projects for pets.

Socialize

Help shelter staff with key needs and socialize shy animals who need more one-on-one people interaction before being ready for adoption.