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Donor Spotlight

At North Shore Animal League America, we are passionate about the care and welfare of animals. As a non-profit organization we rely on people with that same passion to help support us in our life-saving mission to rescue, nurture and adopt all animals in need. We would like to shine a light on some special individuals who give us that support, not just financially, but in their actions as volunteers and activists who continue to spread awareness to our cause.

Richard & Martha Kourbage

During their 45-year marriage, New Yorkers Richard and Martha Kourbage have adopted dogs, cat, fish, turtles, and even frogs! That's a lot of years...and a lot of animals. But for the Kourbages, it's still not enough. The fact is, they wish they could bring even more needy pets into their home.
But reality imposes limits, and so does the size of one's home. For the Kourbages, the solutions is to support humane organizations like North Shore Animal League America, something they've done generously for more than 20 years.
Learn more about Richard & Martha Kourbage

Colleen Woodell

Animal League America is honored to have the support of Colleen Woodell, who is not only one of our most devoted contributors, but also a volunteer. Colleen helps us make sure that our newly adopted animals are in good hands, spending many hours on the phone as a quality control volunteer.
Learn more about Colleen Woodell

Joffre Burger

"A house is not a home without an animal to share it with." That's the motto of Joffre Burger, one of North Shore Animal League America's most generous donors, and we couldn't agree more!
Learn more about Joffre Burger

Alexandra Fisher

From the moment she heard about North Shore Animal League America's no-kill mission, Alexandra Fisher knew that she would devote herself to supporting our work in every way possible.
Learn more about Alexandra Fisher

Ann Nasary

When Ann Nasary was ready to bring a dog into her life, she went to a pet store and bought Munchkin. "It was before I knew that pet shop dogs come from puppy mills," says Ann. But once she learned that virtually all puppies purchased in stores come from these breeding facilities, Ann vowed to make the adoption of shelter pets a central cause in her life.
Learn more about Ann Nasary