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Attention all conference attendees! Don't miss out on the APHE Marketplace, where you can find unique and high-quality items for sale, all while supporting a great cause. 100 percent of the sales made at the Marketplace will go directly back to the  Nathania Gartman scholarship fund, helping to provide financial assistance to members dedicated to promting empathy through education. From handmade crafts to professional resources, the Marketplace has something for everyone. So whether you're looking to treat yourself or find the perfect gift for a friend, stop by the APHE Marketplace and shop with a purpose. Your purchase will make a difference!


Fund-A-Need

Would you like the chance to multiply your giving and increase the impact of your generosity? Double your donation and help APHE ensure scholarship funding for future conference recipients.

Best Friends Animal Society is generously donating a matching gift of $2500 to go towards the Nathania Gartman Memorial Scholarship Fund.


Help us reach our goal by donating what you can today!


About Nathania Gartman

Nathania Gartman was one of the founding members of WHEA, Western Humane Educators Association, APHE, and Best Friends Animals Society as well as a former APHE President. Not only was she committed to a time when there are no more homeless pets, she was also dedicated to transforming the way people, and especially children, think about animals. A nationally respected humane educator, she worked in communities around the country to teach respect, compassion, and empathy for all living things. The scholarship exists to assist humane educators from various backgrounds to attend the APHE National Humane Education Conference who would otherwise be unable to do so.





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