We are thrilled to introduce our new website to you. We redesigned it so you can easily find the information you seek, to help you help the wonderful animals of the world and in your life.
BrightHaven continues our dedication to “giving animals the gift of tomorrow” by providing rescue and sanctuary to animals in need of specialized treatment, elderly care and hospice care.
You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safety. — Abraham Maslow
What About Our Paw and Lotus Design?
Since 2013, the focal point of BrightHaven’s brand identity is a vibrant “paw and lotus” design. This image symbolizes BrightHaven’s respect for and awareness of animals as sentient beings, and the understanding of death as a natural part of life.
This logo and new website will play a key role in BrightHaven’s mission and vision to be a learning organization with goals of education, collaboration, innovation and research.
Our lotus design has been so well received by BrightHaven supporters, we are planning to create a lovely selection of apparel and gifts that proudly display the beautiful BrightHaven logo!
What Else Is New at BrightHaven?
BrightHaven’s Education Program Expanding to Include Online Learning!
BrightHaven is unique because of the way we work and the results we get.
In addition to our seminars, we are excited to be creating an online learning program that will lead you through BrightHaven’s menu for healing for the best quality of life all the way to the most peaceful and loving dying process.
You will learn how BrightHaven animals live well before and during hospice care, which will help you to better understand how they die loving, gentle and peaceful deaths.
We’ll definitely let you know as soon as the program is available–You won’t want to miss it!
BrightHaven at IAAHPC Conference in October 2015
Gail and Richard Pope will once again be sharing their animal hospice expertise at the 5th annual International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care (IAAHPC) conference. Attendees will experience “4 days of ground-breaking education in end-of-life.”
The IAAHPC was the first animal hospice organization to form and includes members from all walks of life, including the veterinary community. BrightHaven’s Gail Pope was a founding member of this organization.
Perhaps we’ll see you there!
For more information on the conference: https://www.iaahpc.org/education/upcoming-events.html