Welcome to the very first G2Z e-News!
Thanks to everyone who has signed up for the e-news and shown interest in the G2Z website. We are happy to announce the addition of Nell Thompson to the team as G2Z Coordinator. Read more about this development here.
Did you know that the G2Z team can provide guidance and support for the implementation of the G2Z model? If you haven’t done so already click here to complete the self-audit checklist. The checklist will then be assessed by the G2Z team and further information and recommendations can be provided including shelter and pound visits. If you would like to find out more about this service please contact us.
The G2Z website has a range of resources that will help you work your way along the road to Zero. From links to other organisations around the world doing innovative and effective work to a directory of national organisations who have taken on board the G2Z principles to handy suggestions for taking action in your community – it’s all on the G2Z resources page.
If you have suggestions for additions to the website please contact us.
Event alert! Over the coming months the date for the upcoming G2Z Summit for 2013 will be finalised. The Summit will take place in September or October and is an amazing opportunity to network, learn and reinvigorate yourself about all things to do with saving the lives of our companion animals. If you have suggestions for who or what you would like to see at the Summit please contact us. Keep an eye on future e-news and the website for further info. We hope to see you there!
If you would like to put forward an individual as a “Featured Supporter” for the G2Z website please contact us. If you know of organisations currently on the road to G2Z that are not currently featured on the website please let us know as we would love to include them in the Directory.
If you are not currently involved in Getting to Zero check out our page on the website that will help you take the first step to saving lives.
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