Second Hope Circle's March 2018 Newsletter. New survey allows you to participate in research helping people and pets stay together!
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A new research study 

Would you like to help inform future community services for people and pets? Read on to find out how to help!

20 minutes of your time could make a big difference


Project director Kimberley Richards is currently doing her MA thesis on how pets effect the everyday lives of those experiencing poverty and/or precocity. This research will help not only Second Hope Circle's community programs, but also community service agencies across Ontario. 

Want to get involved?

-> Do you live in Ontario?
-> Have you had pets (or currently have pets) while experiencing poverty or precarity*? 
*Precarity includes things like homelessness, loss of job/housing, domestic violence, loss of significant relationship - all of which usually causes financial distress

If yes you can fill out a survey that takes 15-20 minutes to complete. The results will be incredibly helpful in creating better programs and services to offer support during difficult times and help keep people and pets together. 

Sorry about the broken link in the first version of this newsletter! It has now been fixed. 
Link to Survey

Have questions or concerns? The above link will direct you to a page outlining a lot more information and the appropriate contact information should you want to find out more!

Thanks for your time!
                  Kimberley Richards
                  Project Director and Founder
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If you foster for one of our member organizations and your foster pet is on our website… we'd love to hear from you! Send us photos of your foster and we'll re-share them on instagram to help them find a home!
We are seeking businesses, community centres, non profits and schools interested in hosting our growing Travelling Library!

Located in the GTA or somewhere in Southern Ontario is ideal. You choose the books and space you have available and your clients enjoy! 

All of the books have a humane education theme which means they're focused on ethical choices for people, animals and the environment. We have books for babies to grownups, nonfiction and fiction! Plus books targeted at educators and compassionate professions to help you do your best work. 

Interested? Email  
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