Be a Mission Mutt-i-grees Leader
Let Your Students’ Voices Be Heard Around the World!
for homeless animals
with community leaders
for your school
It’s as easy as 1-2-3 – Mutt-i-gree – I – Agree!
Be a National Voice March 1-May 1: Tour for Life®
Be a Global Voice May 1-May 31: Global Pet Adoptathon®
- Every March to May, North Shore Animal League America’s National Tour For Life® travels across the country to find loving homes for as many pets as possible. One of the 50+ adoption events may be at a shelter near you!
- Every May, North Shore Animal League America’s Global Pet Adoptathon® joins voices around the world to raise awareness for all shelter pets.
Shelter Pets Need You! Get Started NOW:
- Sign Up
- Check our Tour For Life® website for an adoption event near you.
- Organize an activity to promote the TFL local adoption event and we will publicize your involvement.
- Make social media posts to help shelter pets around the world get adopted during the month of May. Invite your local shelter to be part of Global Pet Adoptathon®.
- Use the hashtags: #MissionMuttigrees , #TourForLife2018, and #PetAdoptathon
Share what you are doing with us: Photos, social media posts, advertising, and media coverage, during March through May and you’ll be highlighted as a Mission: Mutt-i-grees Ambassador! Send to Jayne Vitale: [email protected].
Questions? Contact us at [email protected].
Please Join our mission.
Give rescue pets a second chance, and empower your students to create change. Demonstrate how a simple action can have great positive impact and help shelter pets all over the world.
Together, we can cultivate a world filled with empathy and compassion.
Register for Mission: Mutt-i-grees®
A versatile service-learning component of the popular Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum that encourages activism and volunteerism in students ages 5 to 18, providing the means to cultivate caring and compassionate future leaders while teaching 21st-century skills. Working together, students and teachers develop ideas, create events, and bring them to life in their schools and communities. The overall goals are to help kids connect emotionally and intellectually with homeless pets, to raise awareness of pet overpopulation and the importance of pet adoption, to encourage volunteerism at a young age – and to have fun!