Tools + Resources

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    Grants

    Explore grant opportunities for municipal agencies and nonprofit organizations

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  • State Directors

    Contact your local state director

    The Humane Society of the United States works around the country to support animal welfare legislation, fight animal cruelty in all forms and engage citizens to promote the protection of animals. Our state directors work directly with residents and policy makers in their states. You can find more details here.

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    Jobs

    Interested in working on behalf of animals? Already in the field, but want to learn something new? Discover new career opportunities in animal welfare across the United States by searching the job listings below or filtering by category or location.

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  • COVID19

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) shelter kit

    With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) on the rise worldwide, it is important for shelters and rescues to be prepared for the impact this may have on their staff and their community. The resources and information provided here can help you take proactive steps to prepare. The volume of news on COVID-19 is likely to increase, and public concern will increase with it. Being able to provide accurate and timely information is another service you can provide your employees and community.

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    Eviction Response Toolkit

    As the country continues to suffer the effects of COVID-19, the animal welfare field is evolving the way we respond to crisis and offer community support. Housing insecurity, although not new, has been exacerbated by the pandemic. The economic hardship faced by so many people will severely impact families who rent their homes and evictions are the next obstacle in the national crisis.

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    Pets are welcome

    Eliminating arbitrary restrictions on pet ownership in rental housing and ensuring all cats and dogs are welcome, regardless of their breed or size, could save hundreds of thousands of lives every year, preventing surrenders and opening up new homes for adoptable animals.

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