The Lily Auchincloss Foundation Awards Grant to PAWS NY

The Lily Auchincloss Foundation, whose mission is to increase the quality of life in New York City, recently awarded PAWS NY a $15,000 grant for its Housecall Program. As PAWS NY continues to expand services in all five boroughs of NYC, these funds will help the organization offer volunteer training and manage targeted outreach in…

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New Funder: Isaac H. Tuttle Fund

The Isaac H. Tuttle Fund recently awarded a $30,000 grant to PAWS NY. This first-time funding will support the organization’s Housecall Program, with a specific focus on serving people and pets in Manhattan. The goal of the Isaac H. Tuttle Fund is to enable older persons to continue living in their own homes so long…

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PAWS NY Interviewed by accessiBe

Spotlight Sessions Episode #31: Rachel Herman

PAWS NY Founder & Executive Director Rachel Herman recently spoke with accessiBe, a partner of PAWS NY that provides accessibility services for our website. She connected with Ilan Fisher of accessiBe to talk about PAWS NY programs and the importance of accessibility. Watch the full interview below!

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Marta Heflin Foundation Renews Support of PAWS NY

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Longtime funder Marta Heflin Foundation has once again awarded PAWS NY a $10,000 grant, which will support the organization’s Pet Pantry and Veterinary Care Program. In 2018, the Foundation became the inaugural funder of the PAWS NY Foster & Emergency Care Program, which has since grown and expanded, and is now fully funded by PetSmart…

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PAWS NY Receives Additional $25,000 from ASPCA

Logo for ASPCA that also says "We Are Their Voice"

Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) NY received an additional $25,000 grant from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), expanding on its support from 2021. This grant will provide general operating support, allowing PAWS NY to continue to deliver critical pet care programs and services to New York City’s most…

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National Preparedness Month 2021

PAWS NY table at an outdoor event. A woman stands in a grey PAWS t-shirt with her hands on her hips and a face mask. There's a table with a pink tablecloth with PAWS NY logo, plus items on the table to help spread the word.

September is National Preparedness Month! PAWS NY encourages you to take time to make emergency plans for you and your family, including your pets. Last week, PAWS NY participated in the NYC Office of Emergency Management‘s Protecting One Another: Pets and Service Animal Preparedness Fair in Union Square. Other local animal welfare organizations participated as well,…

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A Kinder World Foundation Continues to Support PAWS NY

A Kinder World Foundation, a long-time partner of PAWS NY, awarded the organization a large grant. The grant will be used for programmatic support, including veterinary care for our clients’ pets. PAWS NY will also use this grant to help reopen our Housecall Program and maintain, and ideally grow, our impact for New Yorkers and…

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Marta Heflin Foundation Awards PAWS NY $10,000 Grant

The Marta Heflin Foundation provided PAWS NY with a generous $10,000 renewal grant for the organization’s Foster and Emergency Care Program. The Foster and Emergency Care Program ensures that clients have access to pet care so they do not deny their own need for hospitalization or otherwise put their health at risk. During the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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The Importance of Grooming to Pet Health

Anyone who has had a long-haired cat or extra fluffy dog knows the importance of grooming and how it can impact a pet’s health.  Many of PAWS NY clients have trouble keeping up with grooming their pets, which is why we work to provide volunteers to routinely help with such tasks, in addition to cleaning…

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