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In Conversation With Rick Yocum of Humane Society of Manatee County

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Pictured: Leah, a mixed breed currently up for adoption at Humane Manatee.

Published in the July edition of SRQ Magazine, In Conversation with Non Profit Leaders features a roundtable discussion among representatives from local non profit organizations. Below is an excerpt from the conversation in which Rick Yocum of The Humane Society of Manatee County shares insight on how the organization has looked forward to the future throughout the pandemic. 

WHAT ADVANCES, IMPROVEMENTS AND SUCCESSES HAVE YOU BEEN PROUD TO ACHIEVE DURING THIS TIME?  

I see a very optimistic bright and brilliant future for our community as we come out from this past year. Last April, we purchased the property next to our veterinary clinic and expanded our campus by 30% and our building square footage by 30%. We’re expanding into dermatology services in September, basic orthopedic surgery is up next. We’ve been mission-focused over this past year, but also building for the future. I’m so optimistic for the future of our community and for the futures of the animals we care for. 

This is an excerpt from the In Conversation with Non Profit Leaders published in the July 2021 edition of SRQ Magazine. Click here to see the full article. 

Pictured: Leah, a mixed breed currently up for adoption at Humane Manatee.

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