2022 Teacher Brown Bag Contest
Every day, we use a very large amount of supplies (food, medical, enrichment, comfort etc.) to take care of the homeless dogs and cats that come through our facility and in our foster program. To help with this ongoing need, we are having a School Donation Drive competition! Join in on the fun, the spirit of volunteerism, and support a critical local community cause.
- REGISTER YOUR CLASSROOM
Click this link to register to participate in the Brown Bag Contest for Classrooms: https://form.jotform.com/222695809119162
2. MESSAGE STUDENTS & PARENTS ABOUT THE CONTEST.
Click to view, download, or print the Letter/email to parents (for teacher use)
Click to view, download, or print the Letter/email to students (for teacher use)
3. COLLECT AS MANY ITEMS AS YOU CAN BEFORE THANKSGIVING BREAK.
Click to view, download, or print the HSH Donation List.
Click to view, download, or print the Poster for promotion
Click to view, download, or print Donation box signage
Click to view, download, or print Classroom Teacher Lesson Plans (optional)
4. SUBMIT YOUR TOTALS TO HSH.
When you are ready to submit donation amounts (how many items you collected) use this form: https://form.jotform.com/222697019698169
Need us to make a pick up at any time? Use the same form as above:
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I get started?
What if I'm not a classroom teacher?
What kind of field trip is it?
Students will meet our staff including our Director, Vet Tech, and spend time with our Animal Caretakers.
Students will have two hours of hands-on animal fun led by our humane education staff and HSH volunteers.
The program includes an interactive shelter tour (play yard, big dog room, main kennel, cat room, socialization room, food prep area, enrichment room, laundry area, medical room, and our isolation room (if not under quarantine) and a visit to the SNIP bus.
Students will receive a lesson in humane education.
Students will make an enrichment toy for our furry friends.
Students will participate in an animal interaction to teach youth how to safely approach and handle animals.
OF COURSE students will get quality time with the animals under our care!
My collection bin is overflowing, what can I do?
How will we know which classroom won?
How is the classroom winner determined?