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Please join us for an exclusive look at ASH + AMES. Signature KAS Krupnikas cocktails and other refreshments will be served.
#GivingTuesday is a globally-recognized holiday focused on the importance on giving back. We are hoping our many generous supporters will use this day to make a donation to us! On 12/2, let’s get on our social media channels and promote this day, with a special shout out to Mighty Mutts & Ollie’s Place. Spreading the word can be as easy as sharing a photo of your favorite Mighty Mutt or cat. And, you can hashtag #GivingTuesday for maximum reach. More hashtags recommended for this global event are: #payitforward and #grateful
For more info about the holiday, visit GivingTuesday.org. To donate now, click here.
On Tuesday, November 4th, The Village Underground presented a night of comedy hosted by Dave Attell, and they asked us to attend with one of our Mutts! The night featured a great line-up of comics, including: Dov Davidoff, Ari Shaffir, Ted Alexandro, Jessica Kirson, Kurt Metzger, Rich Vos and Jay Oakerson, and a raffle was held with benefits going to Mighty Mutts.
AnVilEntertainment Recorder's 9th Annual Holidaze Show To Benefit Mighty Mutts Sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery
NEW YORK (November 1st, 2014) – AnVilEntertainment Recorders brings their Ninth Annual Holidaze Benefit show to Williamsburg’s Spike Hill (186 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY) on Thursday, December 4th, 2014. AnVilEntertainment Recorders is proud to present the ninth year of Holiday Music for a great local charity. This year AnVilEntertainment Recorders will be holding the show to benefit the animal rescue organization, Mighty Mutts. Local brewer Brooklyn Brewery will sponsor the event.
This Saturday, October 25th, Aveda at Columbus Circle will be doing hair styling, massages, mini-facials and make-up for donations to Mighty Mutts from 12 pm - 6 pm. Aveda's mission is to care for the world we live in. We will have t-shirts and tote bags on-site for specific donation amounts. There will also be special appearances by Mighty Mutts alumni, Pepper and Fern.
On Friday, September 12th, 2014, hundreds turned out to celebrate 20 years of saving animals' lives with Mighty Mutts Animal Rescue and John Contino. Our gracious host, The Mercedes Club, was the perfect place for mingling, dancing, winning raffle prizes and celebrating in style. Thanks to our many sponsors, including Dyckman Beer, Stecchino's Restaurant, and Magnolia Bakery.
Check out photos from the event below:
Listen to Mighty Mutts' founder, John Contino, speak at the event in the video below (skip ahead to 17:10):
To celebrate our 20th Anniversary, we have partnered with local photographer Jamie Hildebrandt of Dogs of Manhattan on a Happy Tails project. She has interviewed many of our happy families and will be posting their stories over the course of 20 days (leading up to our 20th Anniversary Party). Check out some of the photos below, visit our Happy Tails page, and then head over to Dogs of Manhattan to see more of Jamie's work.
URGENT - HELP US GET A NEW VAN
Our Mighty Mutts van died. The gas tank exploded
and (thankfully) no one was hurt. This means we can't transport our dogs or collect food donations at our weekly adoption drives in Union Square.
We're turning 20! To celebrate this exciting milestone and 20 years of happy tails, we are throwing a party on Friday, September 12th, from 6:30PM to 9:30PM. But it wouldn't be a party without all of our friends and supporters, so we want you to come celebrate with us at the beautiful Mercedes Club in midtown Manhattan. Come mingle with fellow volunteers, supporters, general animal lovers, and Mighty Mutts alumni families, with a special guest appearance from our founder John Contino.
Meet Kiko, the newest Mighty Mutt. Unlike most of our homeless pets, we do know Kiko's backstory, and it is quite impressive! Two years ago, 12-year old Kiko (then named Kilo), was at home with his dad when a man posing as a delivery person attempted to break in. When Kiko's dad tried to keep the man out, Kiko sprung into action to help, and the man shot him in the head.
Amazingly, he survived, earning the title "Hero Dog". His story was all over the news, and as huge pit bull fans, it caught Mighty Mutts' attention.
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