Storytelling and Sing-Along Delight at Palo Alto Children’s Library

A captivating event unfolded at the Palo Alto Children’s Library as Rhea Sampson, accompanied by her two charming dogs, Shannon (a Golden Retriever) and Travis (a Rat Terrier Chihuahua mix), engaged a gathering of eighteen young children and their parents. The audience was enraptured by the reading of “Saving Travis,” a heartwarming tale that chronicles…

Discover Our Newest Program—Creative Advocacy

We proudly introduce Creative Advocacy with an insightful video shedding light on the issue of puppy mills. Crafted by interns from Design Tech High School in San Carlos, this video combines striking imagery and imaginative cartoons with informative dialogue. It passionately encourages viewers to join the cause against puppy mills and promote adoption over shopping….

Reconnecting on MLK Day 2024, January 15

Carole Hyde and Leonor Delgado met up with old friends and community partners at the Youth Community Service-sponsored Martin Luther King Day celebration at Mitchell Park Community Center in Palo Alto. Representatives from the Oshman Family JCC, Avenidas, Youth Community Service (YCS), and Palo Alto city government, among others, stopped by our table to greet…

East Palo Alto Academy Service Fair

Our group joined with other local service organizations and nonprofits at East Palo Alto Academy’s service fair on November 16. The fair, sponsored by Youth Community Service, was well attended, and interested students and staff met with us to learn about service opportunities. Visit our Programs page to learn how you can earn community service…

The Smell of Money

Our table at the November 12 showing of The Smell of Money at the Palo Alto Art Center drew visitors interested in learning about our organization. We thank SolPods Inc. and Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet for inviting us to this event. The film was an eye-opener revealing the struggle to eliminate factory farming…

Kids and Kitties Too with Booksin Elementary School

Students, teachers, and parents from Booksin Elementary School in Willow Glen (San Jose) joined us at Kids and Kitties Too at Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority (SVACA) the afternoon of Wednesday, November 1. We learned all about the shelter, read a book about keeping cats safely indoors (KokoCat, Inside and Out), and helped socialize cats…

Project HumaneKind Partners with Palo Alto Library

ABC (Animals, Behavior, Compassion) Forum

Our new ABC (Animals, Behavior, Compassion) Forum took off Wednesday, October 3 at the Mitchell Park Library. This partnership program is intended for community discussion on animal- and pet-related issues. Check out the flyer below for information on this bi-monthly program. Don’t miss—join in the conversation!

Kids and Kitties Too and Scouts at SVACA

kids and kitties

We partner with Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority to offer this program to kids who want to read aloud to friendly cats and kittens and learn how best to socialize them. Reading aloud to a nonjudgmental feline audience gives young readers a chance to practice their skills without worrying. A special visit on October 4…