My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Alliance For Contraception In Cats And Dogs, Portland, OR, USA
As a supporter of ACC&D since its inception and an advisor for almost as long, it’s been a pleasure to watch the organization grow into a multifaceted, science-based, internationally known catalyst supporting the development of nonsurgical approaches to pet and “unowned” cat and dog population control. ACC&D routinely brings together disciplines in its Think Tanks and other programs to address the needs and practicalities involved in cat and dog population control, and its symposia – six so far since 2001 – to present and share projects, methodologies, and outcomes as they emerge. ACC&D also sponsors initiatives in areas such as population modeling, product profiles, and position papers. The organization makes its resources and results available via its website. I’ve presented at three symposia and developed marketplace models, white papers, and an overview e-book; and serve on ACC&D's scientific advisory board. ACC&D draws committed, qualified volunteers from all over the world and allocates its funds in a strategic, purposeful manner consistent with its stated mission and values.