My project will create a safe place for all dogs to be off-leash. I will do this by building a fence on an area of land given permission by the City of Duvall.
Our project will educate students on the needs of homeless pets. It will educate students and the community on what happens to homeless animals and the importance of spay/neuter practices. Students will learn about the resources that go into pet ownership and what it takes for an animal shelter to properly care for the pets they are responsible for.
My wish for this project is that more people realize how much of a help Seattle Humane Society is and they start (or continue) adoption and fostering!!
Students will be creating informational decals and photographic collages for kennel fronts in our local humane society.
Generate public awareness, fundraising and advocacy campaigns by working and/or volunteering my time, skills and energy in tandem with leading non-profit organizations.
The Dog Project Team has already taken action with the help of One Health Dog. A door to door dog demographics has recently occurred in their community. The Dog Project Team quantified the number of dogs in the community. Number of males, females. vaccination and reproductive status. Pictures of each dog, GPS location of where the dogs live and owner information has been entered into a data base.
Duhovka Montessori School will work with an organization called HelPes. They will visit our school and discuss the jobs that service dogs provide disabled people. The children and families of Duhovka Montessori school will raise money for the HelPes organization, so that they may hire more trained staff members in order to train more service dogs for those in need.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
First, I will try to get enough money to support the shelter. Since one Bosnian mark is equivalent to .60 of an American dollar, my goal is to get $10,000 by January 20th 2019, which is equal to 16760 Bosnian marks. I will get all of the legal contracts signed. Then, I will purchase the property that will become my shelter. My goal is to finish this up before the end of April, 2019. A few weeks into June, after renovating the bathroom, and making the area good for cats and dogs, I will then hire some workers. Mid- June, I will finally bring in a few cats. The minimum of cats is four, but for now, the maximum is 10. (This will help both me and the workers get used to the schedule.) Gradually, we will bring in more cats and dogs. Wew! So, yeah, that's my plan. I know it's really ambitious, and it will be hard, but I'm willing to at least try this out.
Every year we look forward to making these edible necklaces for the chimpanzees at the Chimps, Inc sanctuary in Bend, Oregon. We hope to increase our awareness of the problems with wild animals being used by the entertainment industry, drug companies, and being raised in people's homes. It feels good to bring some joy into these chimps lives. The necklaces are made with cherrios, dried fruit (figs, apples, two kinds of dates, raisins) and natural jute string. Before making the necklaces, we learned about the individual chimps at the sanctuary, as well as their distinctive personalities. They each have a sad story of abuse and neglect prior to arriving at Chimps, Inc. Sancturary.