2016 No Kill Conference Registration now open
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Registration for Michigan Pet Fund Alliance's 2016 No Kill conference,  Getting to the Goal , is now open. 

This year's event will be held on September 15 and 16 at the Holiday Inn Gateway Centre Flint - Grand Blanc.

Join shelter, rescue, animal control and welfare workers, volunteers, policy makers, and compassionate community members to learn ways to save lives in your community. 
Hear cutting-edge research from leading national animal welfare experts along with success stories and strategies from Michigan shelters, rescues, and advocates.
Registration for the 2-day conference includes: 
* Keynote presentations from national advocates
Six break-out sessions of your choice
* Snack and beverage breaks 
* Roundtable discussions led by speakers
Cocktail reception (cash bar) with informal roundtables
* Breakfast and lunch on Friday 

Optional additional events include:
* Law Enforcement sessions
* TNR training 
* Awards Banquet
Early Registration fee is $85. Groups of 5 or more are eligible for $10 per-person group-rate discount. Certified rescue organizations are  eligible  for a registration discount. 
The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance 2016 Awards Banquet will be held Thursday evening to recognize significant accomplishments by Michigan shelters.

Get more information on  topics  and speakers  here

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Exhibitor information   is  here.   

Sponsorship information  is  here

More questions? Contact  conference@michiganpetfund.org  or   877-387-7257

Note: 
The Holiday Inn Gateway Centre receives its water through the Genesee County Water and Drain Commission. This water is derived from the Detroit water source and has no connection to the Flint City area water source or infrastructure.

Roscommon County Animal Control Award

Last week, several MPFA board members traveled to beautiful Roscommon County to present the award for Outstanding Open Admission Shelter with Best Save Rate, Small Shelter  to Roscommon County Animal Shelter for their 100% save rate in 2014. 

The Board of Commissioners accepted the award on behalf of staff and volunteers of the shelter. Congratulations Roscommon County! 
Award-winning Roscommon County Animal Shelter

 
Roscommon Board of Commissioners accept shelter award. (L-R):  Ken Melvin  (Roscommon County BOC),  Marc Milburn  (Roscommon County BOC),  Iris Parlangeli  (MPFA),  Deborah Schutt  (Chairperson, MPFA),  Gary Stefanko  (Roscommon County BOC),  David Russo  (Roscommon County BOC),  Robert Schneider  (Chairman, Roscommon County BOC)


About Michigan Pet Fund Alliance 
The single mission of the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is to stop the killing of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in Michigan shelters. 
 
MPFA is an all-volunteer organization collaborating with shelter and rescue organizations to achieve No Kill through training, technical  assistance,
 education and advocacy.
 
For more information: 
877-FUR-PALS  (877-387-7257)
 
The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the IRS and is a Guidestar Exchange Gold Participant.
 Contributions are tax deductible. 
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