Membership Fee Structure:
Annual individual membership fee is $25
Annual organizational membership fee is $70 and good for 3 designated representatives, one of which must be at the management level, to have the opportunity to participate in committee work.  The organization will receive benefits and discounts.
The committee has defined professionals as paid staff of non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).

​The mission and purpose of the North Carolina Animal Federation is to advance leadership through collaboration, professional development, legislative participation and education for animal organizations in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Animal Federation was formed November 2006, for the purpose of uniting North Carolina Animal Welfare Organizations and their Professionals to exchange ideas and information while working collectively to elevate the standard of care and level of knowledge related to animal welfare in the state of North Carolina. NCAF is comprised of animal care and control agencies, animal shelters, humane societies, spay and neuter industry professionals and other groups involved in animal welfare across the state.

Membership Meetings

All meetings are on Wednesdays from 11am - 2pm:

October 25th

11am - 2pm

Lincoln County Animal Services

650 John Howell Memoria Dr

Lincolnton 28092


RSVP: office@ncanimalfederation.org

December 20th

Wake County Animal Services

Raleigh, NC


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Membership

Membership Criteria:
            Membership consist of professionals affiliated with public and incorporated private non-profit animal welfare organizations within the state of North Carolina and membership is open to non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).  The membership is an annual general membership with a standard fee established by the NCAF Board.  All memberships are subject to the review and discretion of the NCAF Membership Committee. 

Membership Process/Selection:
            A membership application must be completed and submitted to the NCAF Membership Committee.  Applications will be accepted through mail or email.  All applications will be reviewed by the Membership Committee for recommendation to the NCAF Board for approval.
            Once approval has been made the Membership Committee will notify the applicant,  collect the membership fee and provide introductory information and next steps to most effectively contribute to the NCAF Mission.

Membership Benefits:

  • Networking opportunities w/animal welfare professionals
  • Access to one on one mentor
  • Inclusion in NCAF mailings and announcements
  • Voting on member wide issues
  • Free online (website) employment listings
  • Link to membership organizations on website
  • Email updates and alerts
  • Legislative activity and action alerts
  • Access to guest speakers and lecturers
  • Access to training and education opportunities
  • Reduced fees for NCAF events/training
  • Participation in NCAF Committees

Membership Meetings

All meetings are on Wednesdays from 11am - 2pm:


April 26th

Pitt County Animal Services

Greenville, NC

June 28th

Guilford Co (location TBD)

Greensboro, NC

August 30th

Wake SPCA

Raleigh, NC

October 25th

Lincoln County Animal Services

Lincolnton, NC

December 20th

Wake County Animal Services

Raleigh, NC

Membership Fee Structure:
Annual individual membership fee is $25
Annual organizational membership fee is $70 and good for 3 designated representatives, one of which must be at the management level, to have the opportunity to participate in committee work.  The organization will receive benefits and discounts.
The committee has defined professionals as paid staff of non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).

​The mission and purpose of the North Carolina Animal Federation is to advance leadership through collaboration, professional development, legislative participation and education for animal organizations in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Animal Federation was formed November 2006, for the purpose of uniting North Carolina Animal Welfare Organizations and their Professionals to exchange ideas and information while working collectively to elevate the standard of care and level of knowledge related to animal welfare in the state of North Carolina. NCAF is comprised of animal care and control agencies, animal shelters, humane societies, spay and neuter industry professionals and other groups involved in animal welfare across the state.

​​​Become a NCAF Member! Sign up below today.
Membership

Membership Criteria:
            Membership consist of professionals affiliated with public and incorporated private non-profit animal welfare organizations within the state of North Carolina and membership is open to non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).  The membership is an annual general membership with a standard fee established by the NCAF Board.  All memberships are subject to the review and discretion of the NCAF Membership Committee. 

Membership Process/Selection:
            A membership application must be completed and submitted to the NCAF Membership Committee.  Applications will be accepted through mail or email.  All applications will be reviewed by the Membership Committee for recommendation to the NCAF Board for approval.
            Once approval has been made the Membership Committee will notify the applicant,  collect the membership fee and provide introductory information and next steps to most effectively contribute to the NCAF Mission.

Membership Benefits:

  • Networking opportunities w/animal welfare professionals
  • Access to one on one mentor
  • Inclusion in NCAF mailings and announcements
  • Voting on member wide issues
  • Free online (website) employment listings
  • Link to membership organizations on website
  • Email updates and alerts
  • Legislative activity and action alerts
  • Access to guest speakers and lecturers
  • Access to training and education opportunities
  • Reduced fees for NCAF events/training
  • Participation in NCAF Committees

Membership Meetings

All meetings are on Wednesdays from 11am - 2pm:


April 26th

Pitt County Animal Services

Greenville, NC

June 28th

Guilford Co (location TBD)

Greensboro, NC

August 30th

Wake SPCA

Raleigh, NC

October 25th

Lincoln County Animal Services

Lincolnton, NC

December 20th

Wake County Animal Services

Raleigh, NC

​​​Become a NCAF Member! Sign up below today.
Membership

Membership Criteria:
            Membership consist of professionals affiliated with public and incorporated private non-profit animal welfare organizations within the state of North Carolina and membership is open to non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).  The membership is an annual general membership with a standard fee established by the NCAF Board.  All memberships are subject to the review and discretion of the NCAF Membership Committee. 

Membership Process/Selection:
            A membership application must be completed and submitted to the NCAF Membership Committee.  Applications will be accepted through mail or email.  All applications will be reviewed by the Membership Committee for recommendation to the NCAF Board for approval.
            Once approval has been made the Membership Committee will notify the applicant,  collect the membership fee and provide introductory information and next steps to most effectively contribute to the NCAF Mission.

Membership Benefits:

  • Networking opportunities w/animal welfare professionals
  • Access to one on one mentor
  • Inclusion in NCAF mailings and announcements
  • Voting on member wide issues
  • Free online (website) employment listings
  • Link to membership organizations on website
  • Email updates and alerts
  • Legislative activity and action alerts
  • Access to guest speakers and lecturers
  • Access to training and education opportunities
  • Reduced fees for NCAF events/training
  • Participation in NCAF Committees

Membership Fee Structure:
Annual individual membership fee is $25
Annual organizational membership fee is $70 and good for 3 designated representatives, one of which must be at the management level, to have the opportunity to participate in committee work.  The organization will receive benefits and discounts.
The committee has defined professionals as paid staff of non-profit 501(c)(3) and municipal animal welfare and spay / neuter organizations (exclusive of for-profit veterinary clinics).

​The mission and purpose of the North Carolina Animal Federation is to advance leadership through collaboration, professional development, legislative participation and education for animal organizations in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Animal Federation was formed November 2006, for the purpose of uniting North Carolina Animal Welfare Organizations and their Professionals to exchange ideas and information while working collectively to elevate the standard of care and level of knowledge related to animal welfare in the state of North Carolina. NCAF is comprised of animal care and control agencies, animal shelters, humane societies, spay and neuter industry professionals and other groups involved in animal welfare across the state.