After serving in the 82nd Airborne Division and deploying to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Sgt. Matthew White knows what it takes to, "Make a Difference."
With the number of animal cruelty cases on the rise, it's time to stop abuse before it starts. Together we can prevent and decrease the number of animal cruelty cases through proper animal education and advocac
Our mission is to provide free, hands-on animal education to children in schools throughout the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) metropolitan area to combat animal cruelty in our community.
Our curriculum focuses on compassion by teaching children how to humanely treat and care for animals of all shapes and sizes. Fury Animal Education facilitates connecting the concept with firsthand learning experiences.
The purpose of our classroom presentation is to introduce children to the concept of animal compassion and provide them access to hands-on interactions in a safe, controlled environment so they gain positive firsthand experiences.
Depending on the classroom setting and school, our "animal ambassadors" make the learning experience more interactive with live demonstrations on how to properly greet, pet, and walk a dog.
The educational portion of our presentation lasts 45-minutes, followed by a 15-minute Questions & Answers portion. In total, we ask for 60-minutes of your time and we promise that our program will be filled with learning and fun!
If your audience seeks a motivational presentation on animal humanity rather than one focused on animal education, we have a service tailored for your needs!
Sgt. White can speak to your school, company, or community group to share his experiences in the service and the positive impact dogs had on his recovery, as it relates to the importance of animal education in eradicating animal cruelty.