• ‚Äč
    • Share to Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Email
    • Print

Humane Society Student Club Award

  • Pennsylvania-based Great Valley High School Animal Club won in 2010. The club has tackled issues ranging from puppy mills and pet adoption to animal testing and cage-free eggs.

  • California club Animal C.A.R.E. won the award in 2009, in part for their work on behalf of Prop 2, a ballot initative to help farm animals.

The Humane Society Student Club of the Year Award recognizes a youth club that has made a significant contribution to animal protection.

If your club is involved in direct work on behalf of animals, has worked to get humane laws in place, or educates the community about animal issues, we want to hear from you!

The award consists of a certificate of recognition, a web feature story, and a collection of animal protection books.

To be eligible, your group must consist of students in middle school, high school, or college. To enter, simply tell us about your club's efforts by May 16, 2011. We'll contact the winner by June 1.