Join Best Friends in Atlanta on February 3

Find out what you can do to help animals in your local community

Find out what you can do to help animals in your local community

Grass-roots animal advocates from around the nation are developing and implementing innovative programs to help save homeless animals. Many of those passionate people live in the Atlanta, Georgia area and you may not even know it.

Local shelter and rescue organizations are invited to join Best Friends Animal Society founder, Gregory Castle during the afternoon of Tuesday, February 3 to discuss proven approaches, as well as cutting-edge ideas.

• Discover new resources that can help you increase your adoptions, donations, volunteers and members
• Learn about the exciting new campaigns that Best Friends is focusing on to bring us closer to a time of No More Homeless Pets
• Network with fellow rescuers in your area

Then Best Friends members, along with shelter and rescues groups, will connect that evening where the history, present and future of Best Friends will be highlighted, along with details on how by working together, we can achieve No More Homeless Pets in our lifetime.

"We hope you’ll bring one or two of your animal-loving friends to hear about this work on behalf of the animals," noted Castle. "And we’ll all talk about how to become more involved!"

Date: Tuesday, February 3
Times: Group Meeting, 3:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Members’ Meeting, 6:45 to 9:00 p.m.
Place: Central Library
One Margaret Mitchell Square
Atlanta, Georgia
Phone: 404-730-1700
(map to location)
RSVP*: Please e-mail Samantha Robson at or call 435-689-1239
Free parking at Lanier Parking (150 Carnegie Way) if you RSVP before January 29 and present this printed page at the lot
*Please include the meeting(s) you plan to attend in your RSVP


? RSVP today to attend either or both of these informative and inspirational meetings.

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Posted by Jennifer Hayes, Best Friends staff
Photo credit: taken by Jennifer Hayes
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