Basic responsibility of AAHS board include but are not limited to:
1. Helping to shape and achieve the AAHS mission of:
- Promoting and providing humane protection and shelter for abandoned or lost
- Seeking adoptive homes for companion animals under our protective care.
- Providing public education regarding the societal problem of animal
- Promoting the principles of responsible companion animal care.
- Advocating the spaying and neutering of all companion animals.
- Providing quality low cost sterilization for dogs, cats and other animals.
- Educating the public and leading a strategic effort to become a no kill community.
Selecting and supporting the Executive Director and assessing his or her performance.
Ensuring effective organizational planning.
Ensuring long-term financial viability.
Exercising fiduciary responsibility and oversight.
Ensuring adequate resources and assisting in the raising of operational funds.
Determining, monitoring, and strengthening AAHS programs and services.
Enhancing the public standing of AAHS
Ensuring legal and ethical integrity and maintain accountability.
Recruiting and orienting new board members and assessing board performance.
Helping achieve fundraising goals.
Attend quarterly meetings.