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 as they are physically and mentally able to do so. The work of PAWS NY coincides with that goal, providing pet care support so that elderly New Yorkers and others living with illness or disability can keep their pets at home as well.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Isaac H. Tuttle Fund for the first time,” said PAWS NY Founder & Executive Director Rachel Herman. “While we serve individuals and pets in all five boroughs, approximately 87% of our clients live in Manhattan, and this generous grant will help us support them every day.”
Thank you to the Isaac H. Tuttle Fund for its generous support of PAWS NY!