GRR Now Seeking New Board Members
Great River Rescue seeking Board Member applicants until the end of the year
Great River Rescue is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors with anywhere from 7 – 15 members. Directors serve three-year terms and contribute their time, expertise, money, and other resources to help the organization grow and thrive. From now until the end of 2019, Great River Rescue invites community members who care about our mission of saving and rehoming companion animals to apply for the Board.
There are many positive things happening at GRR and the organization is looking to continue to expand its reach and increase its impact. This will only be possible with the addition of more dedicated and caring volunteer Board Members. Anyone who has a desire to serve the community and believes in mission of GRR to save companion animals is encouraged to apply.
To get more information and apply for a Board Member position, visit www.greatriverrescue.com/about/board-members/. You may also call the shelter and ask for Executive Director, Brandon Mustful.
Great River Rescue, a non-profit organization, was established in 1977 as the Beltrami Humane Society. Thousands of companion dogs and cats have been saved over the years. A no-kill shelter, it strives to provide high quality care for every animal until a suitable home can be found. Located at 1612 Carr Lake Road, the shelter is open from 12:30 – 5:30 PM, Tuesday through Friday and 12:30 to 4:30 on Saturdays. Executive Director Mustful can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 751-7910.