The goal of the ARL humane education program is to promote compassion toward animals and humans, as well as responsible pet care. The ARL believes in the well-documented connection between violence toward people and violence toward animals.
Our humane education programs include:
Bring out your inner party animal by celebrating your birthday at the ARL!
The ARL offers programs for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors.
Classrooms around the metro foster many of the ARL's small animals. Students learn the importance of caring for animals like guinea pigs, rabbits and hamsters, and help promote that they are available for adoption.
Take a behind the scenes look at the Animal Rescue League with a visit to our ARL Main location for a group tour led by one of our humane educators.
School and Citizenship Projects
Help with school assignments and project ideas to help serve our animals.
Spring Break Workshops
We offer full day programs during spring break in March and your child will enjoy a fun-filled, animal-themed day centered on kindness toward all living things. Programs are for children ages 8-12, and are offered 3 days, each with a different theme. Register for just one day, or for all three!
The ARL has educational programs for daycares, preschools and K-12 classrooms. The primary goal of our programs is to provide engaging content that educates students about issues related to animal safety, pet responsibility, and animal welfare.
Tales with Tails
A monthly story time series for children, ages 2-4, along with their parents, hosted at our main location.