Humane Society has furlough-day program


POSTED: Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Question: I've heard that the Hawaiian Humane Society is offering a special program for children affected by the DOE teacher furloughs.

Answer: The Humane Society's Fast Track is designed for high school students 14 and older. It's a two-day training course that will educate students and prep them to be active volunteers.

Following completion of the training, students are expected to volunteer on all Furlough Fridays for a minimum of five hours each day. It's a great way to get teenagers involved and to help animals in need. The first training is set for Friday. Visit hawaiianhumane.org for more information.


The Hawaiian Humane Society welcomes questions by e-mail, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Indicate “;Pet Ohana”; in the subject line.