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Teen Club

For Ages 13 – 17, you can enjoy the animals, participate in fundraisers to help the shelter, and earn your service hours.

2024- 2025 Teen Club Registration will open on August 13, 2024.


13-17 year olds


Monthly meetings will consist of a hands-on activity, animal time and a lesson on animal care and welfare.
The registration fee is $125 and includes a t-shirt. Teens can only sign up for one group of meetings.


All meetings are from 4:30pm-6:30pm.

2024-2025 Teen Club Registration will open on Tuesday, August 13, 2024 at 9 am. 

Teen Club A Meeting Dates Teen Club B Meeting Dates
September 11, 2024

October 9, 2024

November 13, 2024

December 11, 2024

January 8, 2025

February 5, 2025

March 12, 2025

April 9, 2025

May 14, 2025

September 19, 2024

October 17, 2024

November 21, 2024

December 19, 2024

January 23, 2025

February 20, 2025

March 20, 2025

April 17, 2025

May 22, 2025



Humane Society of Broward County
2070 Griffin Road
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
2nd floor- Education Center

Details for drop off/signing in and pick up will be sent to you after registration.

For more information please contact Darlene Feldman at 954-266-6848 or [email protected].

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