The Youth for Animals Club is designed for kids 9-13 years of age who want to learn how they can make a difference in the lives of animals.
The Spring meetings are held monthly on the first and third Tuesday of each month (with the exception of May) from 6:00 – 7:30 pm at the Placer SPCA Companion Animal Care Center in Roseville. Spring Club meetings (total of seven) are held on a monthly basis and run from February through May. Once registered, the club member is enrolled for all seven club meetings.
- February 7th
- February 21st
- March 7th
- March 21st
- April 4th
- April 18th
- May 2nd
The Youth for Animals Club is designed for children who are looking to learn about how to help animals in our world through in-depth group discussions, activities, and service projects.
Students in the Youth for Animals Club will learn about:
- Animal Welfare Organizations: Learn how and why animals enter shelter environments, caring for animals in shelter environments, and what they can do now to help support shelter animals
- Proper Care and Treatment of Animals: Learn how to safely handle animals, proper nutrition and exercise, basic grooming and health, and the costs of owning a pet
- Career Explorations in Animal Welfare
- And more
Please note: The Youth for Animals Club is NOT a club for children who want to pet and play with animals. This club is designed for young people who are serious about learning how to help animals and willing to work towards that goal. Each member will do at least one service project during club meetings.
Club membership is $50.00, and includes two club meeting per month from February through April and one club meeting in May. Parents or Guardians of club members will be required to sign a liability release.
For more information, call (916) 782-7722, ext. 253 or (530) 885-7387, ext. 253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.