On Saturday, June 29th the Pet Philanthropy Circle will hold its 2nd Annual Pet Hero Awards Ceremony and VIP Reception Party from 6-8:30 p.m. All are welcome to join other animal lovers for this exciting evening of fun and entertainment with live music, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, an incredible silent auction and the award ceremony!
The winner of the $5,000 grand prize drawing for an Animal Welfare Organization will also be announced that evening. Check out the PetPhilanthropyCircle.com website to see how your organization can qualify for the drawing, and remember, each ticket to the April 20 Pet Hero Awards Kick Off Party at 230 Elm will also count as a vote for your favorite animal welfare org. Click here for more details about the event!
Register early as space is limited to meet this year’s 2013 Pet Hero Award winners, including some major Hamptons celebrities.
2013 Pet Hero Award Winners:
Christie Brinkley, Supermodel & Actress – Humanitarian of the Year.
Lou Wegner, Movie Star, Founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty - Outstanding Junior Pet Hero
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons – Outstanding Shelter
Main Line Animal Rescue – Outstanding Rescue Organization
Cesar Millan Foundation - Outstanding Foundation
An Act of Dog – Animal Welfare Arts Award
ASPCA – Animal Welfare Education
Subaru – Outstanding Corporation
Jane Hoffman, Mayor’s Alliance of NYC – Outstanding Director
Teresa Meekins, DVM – Outstanding Veterinarian
Jerome and Riki Shaw – Outstanding Philanthropist
Frenchie - Outstanding Dog
Guardians of Rescue – Outstanding Volunteer
To purchase advance tickets visit petphilanthropycircle.com. Tickets are $100 per attendee for general admission to the Pet Hero Awards Ceremony, and $250 per attendee for VIP reserved seating. $1,000 admits two for VIP reserved seating and Friend Sponsor recognition in the PetFest & Pet Philanthropy Circle Program Journal (due by May 15th).
The Pet Philanthropy Circle supports and raises funds for qualified animal causes with the Pet Hero Awards. The organization depends on donations to save and enhance the quality of animal lives by promoting greater public awareness of their welfare and the causes that protect them. The purpose of Pet Philanthropy Circle and PetFest is to encourage all organizations to work together.
By supporting these events, you will be joining an alliance of organizations and people who are making a difference in animal care. For more information on specific benefits associated with sponsorship or the Pet Resource Book, call 631-237-1365.
The benefit will be held at Hobby Hill, the home of Bob and Jewel Morris, at 44 Little Noyac Path in Water Mill.