My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Alliance For Contraception In Cats And Dogs, Portland, OR, USA
I've been working with ACC&D since 2011 in a collaborative project on free-roaming cat population management , and my experience with them could not be better.
I greatly admire ACC&D President Joyce Briggs' endless curiosity, enthusiasm for learning about scientific disciplines of relevance to cat and dog management, and her overall attention to detail when participating in collaborative research projects. She is an outstanding leader and wonderful project manager; our long-term project would not be where it is today without her diligence and persistent guidance.
I also have had the pleasure of working with Director of Programs, Valerie Benka. Val is also meticulous and very thoughtful about the work she does for ACC&D, and about the organization's responsibility for providing sound advice on this important issue. Her contributions to our cat management project have been excellent, allowing the scientific work to move forward in a more efficient manner.
The ACC&D Staff surround themselves with quality members of the Board of Directors and Scientific Advisory Board, lending significant credibility to the messages they deliver to the broad companion animal community. Speaking of delivering messages -- I think their website is first rate, providing easy access to a wealth of information on ACC&D's research and activities, products for pet owners, and literature resources for interested readers. All in all, a great resource.
I gladly recommend the Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs as a leading nonprofit in the field of dog and cat population management -- bringing both science and humanity to a critically important field.