A Voice for the Mutt-i-grees Connie Guglielmo loves an elegant party, especially if the festivities benefit North Shore Animal League America’s lifesaving programs. You’ll see her at our Lewyt Humane Awards Luncheon in June and at our fall Gala — and she’ll always be impeccably dressed, beautifully coiffed, and perfectly poised. It’s Read More
North Shore Animal League America Celebrates the Groundbreaking of The Don and Karen LaRocca Pet Wellness Center North Shore Animal League America has been saving the lives of homeless companion animals since opening its’ doors in 1944. Beginning as a tiny, local shelter in Port Washington, N.Y., the organization has blossomed into the world’s Read More
Widening the Circle of Compassion and Care When it comes to spoiling their three Mutt-i-grees®, Carmen and John Grossman are in a league of their own. Nothing delights them more than doting on their “babies,” whether it’s providing specially prepared meals, carefully vetted dog walkers, or a fenced-in yard with Read More
Father Definitely Knew Best Julia Dorsett will never forget her dad’s wise advice: Give to those that cannot help themselves…children, the Planet, and animals. “I always choose which organizations I donate to by my father’s principle,” says Julia, “and I feel great satisfaction when I know my gifts are truly Read More
For Tom and Tammy Mandia, supporting North Shore Animal League America represents not only their concern for companion animals but also their thoughtful approach to philanthropy. In other words, passion plus practicality equals saved lives.
Jacquelyn Zehring has always been owned by cats. “I’ve never met a cat I didn’t like — just some more than others!” says the Winchester, Va., resident. Jackie first heard about North Shore Animal League America in the mid-70s from a good friend who was supporting our no-kill mission. Jackie was searching for an organization that not only rescued animals in need, but also helped them heal and placed them in loving, permanent homes.
For Tracy Krulick and Tom Dillickrath, of Alexandria, Va., compassion for animals involves both how they live — and how they give. “Tom and I control the things we can control,” says Tracy. “We control our food, for example, by being vegans. And we make our home welcoming, safe, and fun for our rescues. But we can help only so much. By supporting North Shore Animal League America, we can help so many more animals.”