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Julie Falconer

As senior editor of the award-winning Animal Sheltering magazine, Julie Falconer writes and edits articles for the sheltering, rescue and animal control fields. Before joining the staff of the Humane Society of the United States, Julie was a longtime volunteer with rescue and animal advocacy organizations in Central Virginia. She spends much of her free time assisting with trap-neuter-return programs for community cats.

Content by Julie Falconer

  • Magazine Article

    Follow the money

    Rescue groups can’t afford to ignore financial management best practices

    As a rescue group, you’ve got passion and good intentions in abundance, but your financial oversight skills might be in shorter supply. As too many animal welfare organizations have learned, a worthy mission won’t protect you from poor financial management or even embezzlement. The good news is that by implementing sound financial policies and practices, you can keep your organization in the black and your mission going strong.

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  • Magazine Article

    Home stretch

    Florida dog advocates are working to end greyhound racing in the state.

    A history-making campagn could spell the end of greyhound racing in the U.S.

    Florida takes on greyhound racing in a historic ballot.

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  • Magazine Article

    A special kind of service

    Maggie May was adopted from Blue Mountain Humane Society.

    Nonprofit helps match veterans and service members with shelter animals

    Pets for Patriots matches veterans with overlooked shelter pets.

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