Meridian Valley Humane Society is a small non-profit canine rescue for all of Meridian. They are trying to solve the issue of finding abandoned, abused, or relocated dogs a forever, loving home. Meridian Valley Humane Society houses a maximum of 30 dogs at a time which enables a unique and loving experience for the dogs as the volunteers can spend more time training, loving, and caring for them. It receives no county, city, state, or federal funding of any kind and relies heavily on volunteers and donations. Because of this, the adoption rates are higher than other nonprofit organizations like Idaho Humane Society or Canyon County Animal Shelter. Meridian Valley Human Society wants to reflect the cost of their adoption rates with the cost of caring for and keeping the dogs healthy with spaying/neutering, vaccinating, and wellness exams. Our group chimed in to create an infographic for them to educate potential adopters.
Lee, Christine; Gomez, Nicole; Mberwa, Riziki; McCollough, Michelle; and Tulen, Alex
"Non-Profit Community Project,"
International Journal of Undergraduate Community Engagement: Vol. 1
, Article 5.
Available at: http://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/ijuce/vol1/iss1/5