Join us for the 4th Annual Networking with Sharks at the Adventure Aquarium! Networking is an important aspect to every business in every industry. And there’s no better place than this event! With over 250 business attendees last year, this is the professional event of the year. The best part is $5.00 from every ticket purchased benefits NJ Aid for Animals. So while you’re building your business, you’re helping to save lives! Enjoy free refreshments, access to the cash bar, and free parking. Best of all, you’re going to have the time of your life talking to like-minded professionals who want the same thing you do–to be successful! Register here: http://ow.ly/BTbRl and get those business cards ready!

When: Tuesday, September 30th
5:30 to 8pm

Where: Camden Adventure Aquarium

Questions?: scott@joneswm.com

Lost No More”  - Microchip Program for NJ Aid for Animals

Camden County, NJ –   NJ Aid for Animals (NJAFA),  the leader in  innovative programs for underserved animals in Camden City, NJ has announced a new microchip program.

Dogs especially in Camden don’t just become lost.  They are abandoned or dumped. If a dog is chipped, animal control will be able to identify who the culprit was and charge them….read more

How an ordinance saved 39 pit bulls

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful,committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead

Most of us would like to change the world –or at least our little corner of it. For me, I want to help animals that have no voice. I became interested in township ordinances when I realized they could help further the mission of my organization, NJ Aid for Animals, Inc. (NJAFA), of preventing the exploitation and abuse of animals….click here to read full articile

PRESIDENT OF NJ AID FOR ANIMALS GETS CRUELTY CONVICTION ON PRIVATE CITIZEN

Too often humane law enforcement agencies fail to pursue justice or protection for abused and neglected animals. Private citizens can pursue such cases and need not stand by idly while animals suffer. One such case occurred in W. Atco, NJ. Click here to read full story.

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