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Reach Kids with Humane Lessons and Earn Extra Funds

A little education can bring in a little spare change

A little education can bring in a little spare change

Humane education often takes a back seat to more pressing shelter priorities, but the KIND News Adopt-a-Classroom program from Humane Society Youth offers an effective way to start a communitywide youth education initiative—and raise some cash to help with those other shelter needs.

While a humane educator can’t be in all the classrooms all year, KIND News can. A ready-made humane education program, the newspaper reaches elementary students with lessons of compassion.

Many shelter directors are already fans. “Humane education is an important step toward making life better for animals. … To my thinking, kids have to be taught to be kind, and KIND News helps them learn kindness to animals and to people,” says Kappy Munzer, executive director of Citizens for Animal Protection in Houston, Texas.

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