21st Century Cares
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21st Century Cares launches 12 month tour to promote humane
Las Vegas, Nevada
United States Tour to speak to a million youth and save a million
lives, visiting 50 cities in 50 weeks.
21st Century Animal Resource and Education Services, leader in the
education of America's next generation of pet owners, today
announced that Randy N. Warner, founder and President will launch a
12 month tour of the United States for the sole purpose of promoting
humane education in our nation's schools. It is a simple, no
nonsense program that will take 90 minutes per school year and will
place no demands on the schools. With no personal compensation for
this trip, Randy Warner has found funding and support for over half
of the services required to embark. "I have tremendous confidence
in my very lofty goals and do intend to shoot for the stars. I plan
to speak to one million people (especially youth) and be directly
responsible for saving one million companion animals from
unnecessarily being put to death. It is a mission of mine. I feel
compelled to being PRO ACTIVE rather than RE ACTIVE. This is a VERY
solvable problem within our lifetime," Warner said. "VERY
SOLVABLE!!!" he concluded.
Over the past 17 years Warner has devoted his entire existence to
saving over 2700 abandoned and abused dogs and placing them in
loving homes - voluntarily giving up any form of normal lifestyle.
In the past 8 years, Randy has been visiting schools with this
program, speaking to at risk teens and
underprivileged youth, along with all youngsters willing to give him
an audience. Warner uses his experience to show cause and effect
and shares a message of common sense, compassion and humane
education which has been very well received. Not to mention the
fact that it is one of many ways to curb the violence we see in a
growing number of today's young people. It is a fresh approach to
an old problem. The youth are impressionable and they hold the key
to change. It is today's children that will cross the boundaries
that govern this problem.
Randy will be visiting 50 cities in 50 weeks with many goals in
mind. Warner will be speaking to schools, boys and girls' clubs and
scout troops as well. Please visit our website
. There you can read the education program he will be giving.
Under the download button you can see a part of Warner's history in
New York Post, Los Angeles Times, People Magazine and most
importantly view the 8 minute video documentary called "TROUBLE
SPOTS" and get a very informative, two part message.
The pet overpopulation problem is most assuredly a solvable
problem!!! Americans are spending over One billion dollars on
animal control issues in this nation, as well as donating a similar
amount to animal welfare organizations. We need to redirect our way
of thinking in regard to the monies we spend on this life and death
issue. Warner truly believes that being Pro Active can radically
reduce that amount of expenditure in the next 10-20 years, not to
mention save lives. Most recognized and respected animal welfare
organizations accept these monies to keep themselves in business.
We hope you will see fit to join in this endeavor to put Randy
Warner and 21st Century Cares out of business in 5 years!!!! Our
children need and appreciate challenges and will do a good job with
this, as they did with litter in the 60s, recycling in the 80s and
other issues as well.
Remember, in 1999, adults in this United States made decisions which
ultimately resulted in the unnecessary death of over 10 million
adoptable pets. Our children can do better if only given the proper
information. We just need to show them the 21st Century Cares!
CARES, doing business as 21st Century Animal Resource and Education
Services or "21st Century Cares" is a 501c3 non profit corporation
based in the state of California. 21st Century Cares is an animal
welfare organization dedicated to supporting and promoting various
forms of humane
education in our nation's schools in an effort to reduce the number
of companion animals unnecessarily born and lost to irresponsibility
and cruel and inhumane treatment of the same.
For more information, please contact: Randy N. Warner