NVADG - North Valley Animal Disaster Group


Mission Statement: Working with emergency services to educate the public about disaster preparedness, shelter and evacuate animals during a disaster, and assist with human rescue when requested.

Vision Statement: A prepared world, where animals are rescued and sheltered compassionately during disasters.

 

For Returning Volunteers - NEW Plan for Refresher Training!

Via ZOOM Saturday, January 23, 9:00 am - Noon.    Log in and sign up / get the link to the zoom!

Meet Shelterly!  Our new electronic animal tracking, evacuation dispatch, and animal intake software!

 

Our New Volunteers attended a great session over zoom on Jan 16th!  All New Volunteers are invited to attend the Zoom for Returning Volunteers on 1/23/21 -- Log in to sign up and get the Zoom link for this training.

 

2020 Returning Volunteers

 

NVADG held our last annual training for returning volunteers in January at the Lake Oroville Golf and Events Center in Oroville. The venue, which overlooks beautiful Lake Oroville, was the perfect setting for dedicated volunteers to re-unite and kick off a new year of training and preparation for a disaster that we hope never comes again!

2021 Training will be virtually as outlined...

 

 

 

Scroll down to see upcoming training opportunities for NVADG volunteers

 

Pop Quiz:  What's an "SOG"?  

SOG = Standard Operating Guidelines.  Our SOGs are now posted.

 

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Ongoing Administrative

Activity Shifts Start End
2021 Board Meeting - 2nd Mondays 7 6/14/2021 12/13/2021

Mission Statement

Mission Statement: Working with emergency services to educate the public about disaster preparedness, shelter and evacuate animals during a disaster, and assist with human rescue when requested.

Vision Statement: A prepared world, where animals are rescued and sheltered compassionately during disasters.