OBOL's Humane Education Learning Program (HELP) is an interactive and service-oriented program that meets the needs of homeless animals.
Eileen and her certified therapy dog Ginger teach nursery to college-aged youth. These lessons have proven to be a long-term solution to pet abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
Our HELP lessons help raise awareness of the plight of shelter animals. Students learn why animals end up in shelters, solutions to solving this problem and how they can help. In addition, our goal is to encourage them to collect blankets and other comfort items for shelter animals.
We can arrange a private tour at shelters for older children and bring their donated items. Some of the blankets will be placed in the kennels. They will experience first-hand how a simple blanket makes the animal feel safe, secure, warm and comfortable. They learn that this increases the animals’ chances of being adopted.
HELP lessons provide a sense of compassion and teamwork. Students achieve feelings of accomplishment while learning how their actions make a positive difference.
Please call us at 818-402-6586 to arrange an educational and fun presentation. We get booked up very quickly, so call today!!
H.E.L.P. Curriculum Topics
Respect and Be Kind to All Animals - Adoption is the Best Option - Pet Care and Responsibility (How to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy) - Promoting Compassion for All Living Creatures - Why So Many Animals End Up in Shelters - Animal and Human Bonding - Help Local Shelters, Rescue Groups & Pets of the Homeless - Why Spay and Neuter Your Pet - Shelter Overpopulation -- Puppy Mills - What is Animal Cruelty?
OBOL Pet Clubs
This is a great opportunity for children of all ages, who love animals, to make a contribution to their community. Some may even be thinking of a career with animals. Pet Clubs promote animal kindness, support animal rights and "Adoption is the Best Option." It is a fun-filled club dedicated to helping eliminate homeless animals through volunteer work, events and fundraising.
Our goal is to increase appreciation and respect for animals, promote care, compassion and lifelong humane ethics for all living creatures.
Become an OBOL Youth Ambassador
We choose children from 9 to 21 years of age to represent OBOL. They must exhibit compassion and a love of animals. Youth Ambassadors speak at their school and participate at our information booths at pet expos.
Thanks so much for coming to visit our class! It really made an impact on how I feel about animal shelters. I also really enjoyed learning about your incredible life. You have made such a difference and I admire you very much. I look forward to working with you."
-Madison, OBOL Youth Ambassador