Flock Together: The Waterbird Society
The Waterbird Society seeks to be inclusive and encouraging while forwarding common goals around the knowledge and conservation of the birds that live on or near water. The organization exemplifies these characteristics in all of their programs and publications.
New Approaches: Island Dogs
Through compassion, education, and permanent and preventative change, Island Dogs has prevented over 200,000+ unwanted litters of puppies and kittens throughout Puerto Rico.
Doing What Needs to be Done
In doing what needs to be done, challenges may occur. The North American Butterfly Association will not give up and will not stop fighting to conserve butterfly life.
Using Entrepreneurial Philanthropy to Save Elephants
Securing individual donations is always difficult to sustain and people feel overwhelmed, not knowing which organizations to choose. Elephant Cooperation develops business partnerships that could generate funding to support NGOs in line with their organizational goals.
Inspiring Public Support for Turtles
The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center rallies public support for the turtle in its local community. The organization thrives based upon the care and tireless work of its founding family.
Connecting With Your Audience
For all nonprofits, it’s important that you can connect with and expand your audience. With excellent communication skills between audiences, the Dolphin Communication Project hopes to inspire others to become passionate about dolphins and how they can help to preserve their lives.
How to Do It All and Survive: Lessons on Saving Cats and a Community
SAFE Haven works every day towards its goal of ending cat homelessness. No matter what your organization strives to make better in this world and as overwhelming as it may seem, it is possible to do it all!
Why Systemic Reform Should Matter to Donors
System reform should matter to donors. The results may not be seen immediately, but that makes the efforts even more necessary.
Unafraid to Get Involved
As a society, we are scared to get involved. But even in a large city like Chicago, one person going door to door can have a huge impact on their community.
Linking Interactive Education to Environmental Conservation for Avian Protection
By working with the public and emphasizing the consequences of destroying the natural environment, Sylvan Heights Bird Park has been able to educate other animal protection agencies and individuals on the connections between the health of the earth, animal protection, and human health.