March 10, 2014
Leaders could serve on state, farm animal protection, and equine councils
Humane Leaders interested in making a larger financial commitment may consider other opportunities to get involved.
The HSUS State Councils are composed of key supporters who are highly committed to the mission of The HSUS, the protection of animals, and effective advocacy. State council members serve as volunteer ambassadors and help to expand the reach of The HSUS's programs and sphere of influence. Members make an annual financial commitment and devote approximately 4 hours per month to support their state director.
To learn more about membership in a state council, contact Alex Bury at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farm animal protection council
Farm Animal Protection Council members have identified farm animal protection as their top animal welfare priority and have made a substantial annual commitment of $15,000 or more in support of The HSUS’s long-term campaign to end the intensive confinement and reduce the suffering of farm animals. The council is engaged in marshaling resources for this ambitious goal and provides critical leverage to change the policies and practices of agricultural and food interests and industries.
To learn more about membership in the Farm Animal Protection Council, contact Toni Condon at email@example.com.
The Equine Council is composed of key supporters for whom the protection of horses and burros is a major concern. These individuals also make a substantial annual commitment of $15,000 or more to The HSUS’s equine protection programs—including ending soring and the slaughter of horses for meat. The goal of the council is to give the most committed equine advocates an opportunity for deeper engagement and more meaningful involvement in The HSUS as ambassadors for horse protection.
To learn more about membership in the Equine Council, contact Toni Condon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know?
The Humane Society of the United States has been rated three or four stars each year for the past decade by Charity Navigator, approved by the Better Business Bureau for all 20 standards for charity accountability, voted by GuideStar's Philanthropedia experts as the #1 high-impact animal protection group, and named by Worth Magazine as one of the 10 most fiscally responsible charities.