Young Advocates Club
Currently offered at our Ozaukee Campus
The Wisconsin Humane Society’s Young Advocates Club is a group of committed young people, ages 13 - 18, who want to make a difference in the lives of animals. The purpose of the club is to empower young people to work together to help animals in need. Young Advocates work on various projects to share information in the community, raise funds to support our mission, and more!
Meetings will be held after school from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month from January through June at the WHS Ozaukee Campus in Saukville.
You can make a difference! Submit your application now.
Click to download the Ozaukee Campus Young Advocates application and send it back to 630 W. Dekora Street, Saukville, WI 53080, Attn: Young Advocates Club, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once we have reviewed your application, we will contact you. It’s that easy! If you have questions about the Young Advocates Club, please call Andrea Swanson at 262-988-5947.
Can’t make the Young Advocates Club, but still want to make a difference?
The Wisconsin Humane Society Milwaukee Campus hosts Service Saturdays for young people ages 12 to 18! Participants assist with hands-on service projects such as creating enrichment toys for the animals, helping to keep the shelter grounds looking their best, and more. Service Saturdays can help fulfill school or club community service requirements, as well. Each three-hour session includes a tour of the shelter, a chance to meet an animal, and a snack. This school year, Service Saturdays will be held on November 3 (2018), March 9 (2019), and June 1 (2019). Click on a date to learn more and sign up!