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.
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!