Kids Across the Country Are Having a Humane Summer

Most people know that during the school year HEART is busy working with students and teachers to bring humane education into classrooms. What you may not know is that we’re just as busy during the summer!
 
With our Have a HEART camp in the Bronx, now in its fourth year, and our summer programs in Chicago, Indianapolis and Portland, Oregon, HEART is transforming summer into a time for kindness as well as fun. Pictures can tell the story better than we ever could, so see below for some highlights. The kids have been learning about human rights, animal protection and environmental ethics, and, as always, doing their best to help make the world a better place.

blind horse catskill animal sanctuary
Bronx kids meet farm animals like Buddy the blind horse at Catskill Animal Sanctuary
kids educate others about climate change
Indianapolis campers learn about and present on environmental issues
campers children's museum
Bronx kids visit the Children’s Museum at the New York Historical Society
kids animal shelter
Bronx kids learn about companion animal homelessness on a field trip to Animal Haven
diy bird feeders
Chicago kids made eco-bird feeders to help local wildlife
kids make eco cleaners
Chicago campers make eco-cleaners
campers clean up park
Bronx kids helped clean up Pelham Bay Park by picking up litter

If you’d like to support HEART’s important work, click here and help us bring humane education to more students and teachers.

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