The VCA Animal Hospitals in the Pittsburgh region chose Pets for Vets as the beneficiary of their “Rounding Up Campaign” this year. The check presentation was made at Animal Friends in Pittsburgh home of Pets for Vets Pittsburgh.
The Kyle Palmieri Foundation works to give back to the patriots who put their lives on the line to preserve our freedoms. While there is no way to adequately thank active and veteran service members and their families for the sacrifices they have made, we do our best to show our sincerest appreciation by raising funds for programs that benefit the military community.
Claudia’s gourmet treats are made with all-natural, high quality ingredients at our bakery in Maumelle, Arkansas and are specially styled to be attractive to both pets and owners.
We are delighted to announce that Eddie Money has been named an Ambassador for Pets for Vets. Our thanks to Eddie and his entire family for their dedicated and continuing support.
We thank the PsychArmor Institute, the Premier Free Online Training Resource for Effectively Engaging the Military Community.
Blooming Wellness is a NYC-based healthy lifestyles company run by Erin Stair, a doctor, wellness consultant, writer and West Point graduate. They specialize in evidence-based, natural and safe ways to reduce stress and improve overall physical and mental wellbeing. We thank them for their support.
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The Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation is committed to inspiring philanthropy and community service by creating awareness, offering guidance, and leading by example to show the world what giving can do. We thank them for their support.
Southwest Airlines Pilots’ Association (SWAPA) represents more than 8,500 pilots of Southwest Airlines. Southwest pilots are leaders in aviation industry productivity and are the world’s leading experts on flying the Boeing-737.
We thank them for their support.
We thank the Dr. Sylvia and Jack Arian Foundation for an extremely generous gift. Jack Arian was a WWII veteran who was a kind, prosperous, and generous man. We thank the foundation for choosing Pets for Vets as a recipient.
Consumer Cellular‘s great employees have donated to Pets for Vets through their Our Local Community Giving Program, which allows them to nominate and contribute to local charities.
Pets for Vets is thankful to have been selected as one of this quarter’s charities.
The F. E. Agnew Family Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation has provided $500 to Pets for Vets.
Since 1945, The Pittsburgh Foundation has been connecting its generous donors with the critical needs of our community. Donors who have established funds through the Foundation can support virtually any area of charitable interest in Pittsburgh, or anywhere in the United States. Because the Foundation is a public charity, donors benefit from significant tax advantages.
Bartel Contracting has donated to Pets for Vets, in honor of Ryan Kateley.
“We look forward to this time of year and feel that it is our responsibility to support our communities at the local, regional, and global level, the entire web of life and the fact that all things are connected and dependent on each other, and sustain meaningful relationships. We do this in honor of our triple bottom line accounting philosophy: people, planet, and profit.”
Pets for Vets is grateful for Bartel Contracting’s support.
SugarOak Holdings has generously donated to Pets for Vets.
Pets for Vets was selected at SugarOak’s annual holiday party, where employees are encouraged to “make a pitch” for their favorite charity. Christina O’Conner spoke about Pets for Vets, which was chosen to receive the corporate donation.
The Sunday School program of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Westerton, WI has donated its weekly offerings towards a pet-veteran match.
Pets for Vets is grateful for its contribution towards helping veterans and pets alike.
Kroger Company stores are committed to giving back to the communities in which they are located. If you shop at Ralphs, please consider enrolling in the Community Rewards program and selecting Pets for Vets as a beneficiary. Our Community Rewards number is SR021. Please visit this link for more information.
Looking for a book for the holidays?
Check out A Lowcountry Christmas by Mary Alice Monroe.
Our founder, Clarissa Black, is a character in the book and Pets for Vets is also mentioned.
The NYCB Family of Banks is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve by contributing time, talent, and funding to worthy organizations engaged in the promotion of affordable housing, education, health care, science, civic responsibility, and the arts. As a community bank with over 250 branches in 5 states (NY, NJ, OH, FL and AZ), we are committed to being a good corporate neighbor.
It is our honor to work with Pets for Vets to support those who have served all of us. To learn more about NYCB and its divisions visit www.mynycb.com.
AT&T, a company with a long history of supporting America’s military personnel, is helping Pets for Vets make a difference for U.S. veterans. The company recently contributed $5,000 to support the ongoing operations of Pets for Vets.
The Surf Dawgs recorded a Military Medley CD. Part of the proceeds will be donated to Pets for Vets.
Our thanks to Bernie Bomberg for bringing this all together.
The Cast Iron Auction Group is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the American cast iron cookware heritage. Their members also have two other passions: our brave military heroes and the animals that are saved and trained to assist them.
We are excited and pleased at their success and generosity! Our thanks to the Iron Man Auction Group and all who participated in their auctions.
Barley’s Beans is a small batch coffee roastery dedicated to creating and providing delicious freshly roasted coffee beans. A portion of sales from all 12 oz coffee bags will be donated to Pets for Vets.
As a result of their Veteran’s Day weekend promotion, Pets for Vets received a $50,000 joint donation from Pets Supplies Plus and Natural Balance. We thank everyone involved for this fantastic donation!
We thank the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation for an extremely generous donation.
Our thanks to the authors of “Tails of the Apocalypse” for their donation!
* * * “Tails of the Apocalypse” Donates $1,100 to Pets for Vets * * *
The anthology “Tails of the Apocalypse” has donated $1,100 to Pets for Vets from proceeds collected in 2015. On behalf of all the authors, a big THANK YOU to those who purchased the collection and supported Pets for Vets. And to Pets for Vets: THANK YOU for what you do to save shelter animals and help our veterans.–Chris Pourteau, Editor
Natura Pet Brands has supported Pets for Vets since 2011 and has featured us in their 2012 and 2013 calendars and 2011 and 2012 holiday cards.
At The Halton Group, we not only enjoy working within our local communities, we love giving back to them.
That is why we launched The Halton Heartprogram, which will donate $500 of every closing sale to one of four local charities. It’s just one of the many ways we are working to make the communities in which we serve better for everyone who lives here.
Kristin is dedicated to supporting veterans and providing a second chance for shelter pets by supporting Pets for Vets who are rescuing, training and pairing them with America’s veterans who could benefit from a companion animal.
The Brandywine Rug Hooking Guild has raised $2,801 for Pets for Vets at their annual autumn Hook-In. Suppliers donated patterns, kits, wool, books, yarn, and more, which were grouped into 25 raffle prizes.
Tim Lile (pictured above with Tracey Gillman and Mary Lynne Naples), from the Wilmington, Delaware chapter attended the Hook-In and shared information about Pets for Vets.
Pets for Vets thanks the Brandywine Rug Hooking Guild and the businesses who contributed supplies. Their donation will help bring more vets and pets together.
Read their article Rug Hookers Help Vets and Pets.
Check out “Partners – everyday working dogs being heroes every day” by Nan Walton, a collection of true stories illustrating the remarkable dedication and loyalty of man’s best friend.
The heart-warming stories will inspire you and bring tears to your eyes.
The author has donated 50% of her profits to Pets for Vets.
Tape-O is donating supplies of their full line of pet wraps and bandages for all sizes of dogs and pets to all chapters. Tape-O Pet Wraps are included in the Welcome Package given to each veteran.
Tape-O Pet Wraps provide the variety of wraps and bandages needed for the different types of injuries that often come along with the adventures pets can get into.
Our thanks to Blue Buffalo for their generous donation and support.
OUR MISSION IS TO EMPOWER VETERAN EMPLOYMENT, REDUCE WASTE AND STRENGTHEN SHARED CIVIL-MILITARY UNDERSTANDING.
Sword & Plough is a socially conscious brand that works with American manufacturers who employ Veterans. The company recycles military surplus, incorporates that fabric into stylish bag designs and donates 10% of profits back to Veteran organizations.
Domio is a growing hospitality brand that carved out an entirely different approach to lifestyle lodging. Guests come to Domio properties to find the comfort of a home they crave, with the confidence of a hotel they need. Domio's mission is to bring people together to spark human connections through travel.
We appreciate the support of S. Wilson Quick, attorney with the firm Brooks Pierce in Raleigh, NC. Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP is a comprehensive (national, regional and local) business law firm serving the needs of businesses, individuals, government, and non-profit institutions.
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