Created on Thursday, 12 December 2013 16:32
Little Victories Animal Rescue
Little Victories seeks an energetic and transformative leader to serve as a full-time Director. The Director is responsible for providing visionary leadership to the organization while acting as a spokesperson within the community. Primary responsibilities include organizing fundraising, cultivating and managing volunteer efforts, and grant writing.
The Director will also be responsible for oversight of overall shelter and will develop and implement budgets, procedures, and strategies to deliver responsible animal care; promote organization to public; develop strategies for adoption of shelter animals; build partnerships with other animal advocacy groups in the region; supervision of Site Manager; and work cooperatively with staff and volunteers to ensure achievement of Little Victories' mission.
Qualifications: The candidate should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a management position with transferable skills. The successful applicant will have strong interpersonal skills to build partnerships with community organizations and establish relationships with patrons, foundations and local businesses. Other preferred skills include leadership, management, financial, and problem-solving. Experience in fundraising or a paid/volunteer position with a shelter preferred.
Created on Monday, 26 August 2013 22:42
Please login to www.shelterchallenge.com and vote for Little Victories Daily. Help us win money to buy food and supplies for the animals at Littlle Victories.
Created on Monday, 29 July 2013 18:13
KENNEL WORKER POSITIONS NEEDED. We are looking for kennel workers at Little Victories. We need people who are conscientious, come to work on time, and can take initiative and work hard. People trained in being a kennel tech would be especially helpful.
We need full and part-time workers, both in the red building and the upper end where the kennels are.
Please email me your resume or just tell me about yourself --your education and experience, why you want to work at LV, and why you feel you will be a good employee. You can download an employment applicaton and fax it to 304-697-5775 or bring it to the office in Ona or email to one of the email addresses below. Click on the application to the right to download the Employment Application
Created on Thursday, 04 April 2013 00:20
Little Victories is in need of food to feed our 250 animals--puppies, dogs, cats and kittens. We do have enough cat food now, but need litter. For the puppies we need Purina puppy chow. For the dogs--Purina dog chow, Pedigree, and all other brands.
Someone asked why we say we need Purina and Pedigree when we could accept cheaper food. We DO accept cheaper food. But in order to prevent diarrhea from changing our dogs' food all the time, we mix it with Pedigree and Purina--thus providing a stable base food which prevents their stomachs from getting upset!! (This is better for our dogs and MUCH better for the people who clean their kennels!! :)
We also need used items such as a washing machine, used shovels and rakes, wheel barrows, and other items Used towels and blankets are always appreciated.
Also, does anyone know of a venue in Huntington for a rummage sale?
Created on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 12:55
Little Victories has opened its new grooming salon --Little Victories Posh Paws!! (SEE ATTACHED FLYER)
We are located at our farm on Wire Branch road in Ona. Go to our web site to learn more...www.littlevictories.org. We have an up to date, modern facility and we promise to care for your animals as we would our own. Phone 304-743-5802 for an appointment or questions!!! Remember, all proceeds go directly to Little Victories to pay our vet bills and support our homeless animals at the farm. Your patronage helps us save lives!
Click on image on right to download flyer.
Created on Monday, 05 March 2012 15:45
We are building our memorial garden, which will be called Chloe's Garden after the little dog who inspired Little Victories. The garden will be a place where everyone can come and enjoy the serenity and think about the animals you love or have loved. First you will cross our Rainbow Bridge (see pic) which will take you across the creek to the future site of the garden.