Because managing and supporting physical infrastructure is expensive, it is critical that organizations maximize the space they have, which requires creativity. Hear how two organizations turned existing assets into functional program-centered hubs. One utilized existing kennel space to create a “day care” program for foster homes; the other took a warehouse and created a community support center and one of the highest-volume pet food pantries in the country.
- Thamzen Carson, M.S. | Dog Flow Coordinator, Pima Animal Care Center
- Matt Pepper | President/CEO, Michigan Humane
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