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Join us at Furever Grateful, a fundraiser supporting Last Hope Animal Rescue and Helping Paw, on June 6 at The Mansion at Oyster Bay.

By Helping Paw

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Date and time

Starts on Tuesday, June 6 · 6:30pm EDT


The Mansion at Oyster Bay 1 South Woods Road Woodbury, NY 11797

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About this event

  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

You're invited!

Join us at Furever Grateful, a fundraiser celebrating the accomplishments of Janine Dion and Pet Peeves.

Tuesday, June 6, 2023, at 6:30 p.m.

The Mansion at Oyster Bay, 1 South Woods Road, Woodbury, NY

For more than 20 years, Janine Dion and her nonprofit Pet Peeves, the “voice of Long Island pets,” raised awareness and, more importantly, funds for local rescue groups and shelters.

Now, after raising millions of dollars that helped save countless animals’ lives, Janine is going on to other ventures, so let’s send her off in true Pet Peeves style with a FUNdraiser for Helping Paw and Last Hope Rescue.

Don't miss the chance to make a difference (and have fun doing it!)

Buy your tickets today. All proceeds go to Helping Paw and Last Hope Rescue.

Can't make the event but still want to show your support? Donate to Helping Paw or Last Hope Rescue.

Fabulous prizes at our auction and raffle

Enter for a chance to win amazing prizes at Furever Grateful's auction and raffle! With a wide selection of items that cater to everyone's interests, you won't want to miss it. Plus, you'll be supporting Helping Paw and Last Hope Rescue, two organizations that work tirelessly to help animals in need.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available

About the organizer

Organized by
Helping Paw

Helping Promote Animal Welfare (Helping PAW) is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation through education of the public and by providing high volume, high quality, targeted, affordable sterilization services of unowned and companion animals and to subsidize care for animals whose owners are on government assistance. Learn more at helping-paw.org