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“While many New Yorkers usually keep to themselves, if you’re walking a dog, people are much more likely to talk to you.” Volunteering for a cause you believe in can change your life by introducing you to people who become your best friends or life partners.
Kathleen O’Malley, Director of Education for the NYC Feral Cat Initiative, one of the Alliance’s key programs, told us she met her husband 20 years ago while volunteering at a local fundraiser for a radio station. “It was a nice dividend of volunteering for this nonprofit,” she said.
Like any good wingman, my dog grabs someone’s attention and then lets me seal the deal. The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals unites animal lovers all year round at adoption events, training workshops, and fundraisers.
“Many people find that one of the best aspects of having a pet, especially a dog, is having more opportunities to get out and meet people, whether at a dog park or at events like ours,” said Steve Gruber, Director of Communications for the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.
Since 2003, the enthusiastic team of staff members and volunteers has worked together to support the efforts of local shelters and rescue groups to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats.
To date, the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals has saved more than 320,000 lives.
The nonprofit has united a community of passionate animal lovers who work hard to facilitate adoptions, microchipping, and low-cost vet services.
The Alliance’s Wheels of Hope transport program provides free transportation for animals being transferred from ACC shelters to partner shelters and rescue groups that will find them new homes.