BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY – In response to worsening conditions on the ground in Ukraine and Hungary, No Dogs Left Behind (NDLB) will present a very special evening in support of rescue efforts in this war-torn region. Founder Jeffrey Beri has once again heeded the call to assist in an international crisis, operating under the belief that there are no borders in the world of rescue.
On Friday, July 15, 2022 from 5 to 7 p.m., join NDLB at St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Bridgehampton. Bid on fabulous silent auction prizes as you enjoy beer, wine and light bites under the magnificent tent. Tickets are $100 and all funds will go directly toward rescuing and transporting the pups in peril, as well as providing medical care, food and a safe haven as they await being matched with forever families.
St. Ann’s – “the little church with the big heart” – is located at 2463 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932. To RSVP and purchase tickets, visit https://bit.ly/NDLBHAMPTONSTICKETS. We hope you will join us!
If you are unable to attend the event but would like to make a donation in support of this work, visit https://bit.ly/NDLBEVENT_VIRTUALSUPPORT to lend your virtual support!
For more information, to attend the event, or for high resolution photos or interviews, please contact Sydney Masters at 212-987-6804 / Sydney@RCouriHayCPR.com.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: No Dogs Left Behind (NDLB) operates boots on the ground in East Asia, fighting on the frontlines to rescue dogs from the illegal dogmeat trade. NDLB works hands-on with local activists through emergency response, pulling dogs directly from slaughterhouses, dogmeat trucks, wet markets and traffickers. NDLB’s mission extends beyond borders, organizing international rescue efforts in in war-torn regions, advocating for the creation and enforcement of animal welfare laws, and raising awareness for a cruelty-free, sustainable world in which no animal is violated, exploited, tortured or slaughtered for commercial goods or profit. With nearly 500 survivors in its care, No Dogs Left Behind operates sanctuaries in Dayi and Gongyi in East Asia and Toronto, Canada.