2022 Humane Awards

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2022 Humane Awards

 
2022 Humane Awards

On Wednesday, October 12, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) will host the 2022 Humane Awards, at what we hope will be an in-person program for the first time in two years. However, your health and safety are important to us and, as such, we will remain flexible should there be a need to pivot to a virtual program.

This program will honor people and pets from across the nation who have made outstanding contributions to animal welfare. We will celebrate the inspiration that animals give us by sharing their stories of courage, hope and perseverance.

For over 155 years, the ASPCA has taken action for animals across the country. Our innovative programs—both on a national scale and in local communities—are helping to save the lives of our nation’s most vulnerable animals. Your generous support will help us continue to fight against animal cruelty and serve as a voice for all animals.

If you have any questions, please contact Jess Lanzetta at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4785 or by email at Jessica.Lanzetta@aspca.org.
   

Unable to attend? You can still support the ASPCA:
Donate Today

On Wednesday, October 12, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) will host the 2022 Humane Awards, at what we hope will be an in-person program for the first time in two years. However, your health and safety are important to us and, as such, we will remain flexible should there be a need to pivot to a virtual program.

This program will honor people and pets from across the nation who have made outstanding contributions to animal welfare. We will celebrate the inspiration that animals give us by sharing their stories of courage, hope and perseverance.

For over 155 years, the ASPCA has taken action for animals across the country. Our innovative programs—both on a national scale and in local communities—are helping to save the lives of our nation’s most vulnerable animals. Your generous support will help us continue to fight against animal cruelty and serve as a voice for all animals.

If you have any questions, please contact Jess Lanzetta at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4785 or by email at Jessica.Lanzetta@aspca.org.
   

Unable to attend? You can still support the ASPCA:
Donate Today
 

 
On Wednesday, October 12, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) will host the 2022 Humane Awards, at what we hope will be an in-person program for the first time in two years. However, your health and safety are important to us and, as such, we will remain flexible should there be a need to pivot to a virtual program.

This program will honor people and pets from across the nation who have made outstanding contributions to animal welfare. We will celebrate the inspiration that animals give us by sharing their stories of courage, hope and perseverance.

For over 155 years, the ASPCA has taken action for animals across the country. Our innovative programs—both on a national scale and in local communities—are helping to save the lives of our nation’s most vulnerable animals. Your generous support will help us continue to fight against animal cruelty and serve as a voice for all animals.

If you have any questions, please contact Jess Lanzetta at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4785 or by email at Jessica.Lanzetta@aspca.org.
 

Unable to attend? You can still support the ASPCA:
Donate Today
 

Your Gift Makes a Difference

YOUR $10,000 CONTRIBUTION

Could purchase 24 specialized transport kennels.

YOUR $7,500 CONTRIBUTION

Could fund behavior assessments for 125 dogs who have been victims of cruelty.

YOUR $5,000 CONTRIBUTION

Could provide 16 fully equipped kennels at a temporary shelter.

YOUR $1,000 CONTRIBUTION

Could provide food for nearly 150 rescued cats for one week.

YOUR $750 CONTRIBUTION 

Could provide medical exams for 13 rescued horses.

YOUR $500 CONTRIBUTION 

Could fund critical medical services to help keep an animal in their home instead of being relinquished to a shelter.
 
 

Event Chairs

Bruce W. Addison
Paul Arnhold and Wes Gordon
Laura Z. Barket
Arriana Boardman
Patricia Johnson Crawford
Andrea H. Fahnestock and George A. Hambrecht
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul
Lisa Fine
Eleanor M. Gibson
Marina Killery
Linda Lloyd Lambert
Michele and Scott Lindsay
Stephanie Loeffler
May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
Lisa McCarthy
Jane W. Parver
Jeffrey A. Pfeifle
Kathy Prounis
Sabrina and Michael Rudin
Thomas A. and Georgina T. Russo
Frances G. Scaife
Ellen and Chuck Scarborough
Jeanne and Herb Siegel
Sally Spooner and Edward Stroz
Laura and Fred Tanne
Barbara Tober
Ann and Thomas Unterberg
Marei von Saher
Mary Jo White
 
As of 9/16/22