Programming that ignites curiosity and compassion for animal welfare
Los Angeles, CA — Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) is launching Friends for Life @ Home, an interactive learning experience for youth ages 7 to 12 years old. Kids will learn about helping pets in their homes and communities, imagine what it would be like to “adopt a shelter pet,” enjoy daily interactive sessions with spcaLA Humane Educators, and work on animal-themed crafts and activities with supplies found in their Program Kit!
Participants will need an internet connection and a device with video and audio to utilize Zoom for class instruction and live meetings, Flipgrid for sharing in between meetings, as well as scissors, glue, and writing/drawing tools of choice.
spcaLA’s Violence Prevention & Humane Education Department offers a summer of virtual fun, with online classes like Virtual Pet Care Patch Workshops, Woof & Wifi, and Friends for Life @ Home, as well as well as free, fun activity guides for youth and their families.
Registration for Friends for Life @ Home and other offerings is now open at spcaLA.com. The cost is $50/week for local pick-up of the Program Kit, or $65/week for a shipped kit.
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact spcaLA at 323-353-4658 or mdavenport@spcaLA.com.