Beth Stern & Friends Host Bash For The Bulldogs In New York City To Benefit Long Island Bulldog Rescue

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On Monday, December 4th, Beth Stern and friends, including Coco Austin and her daughter Chanel Nicole, and animal advocate and award-winning author Jill Rappaport, hosted the Bash for the Bulldogs to benefit Long Island Bulldog Rescue at NYU Kimmel Center’s Rosenthal Pavilion in New York City.

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More than 200 guests and around a dozen dogs came out to support the organization. All proceeds from the event go to help, heal and home abandoned, abused, neglected and injured or ill English Bulldogs.

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The evening included delicious food by Top of the Square, wine donated by Chatham Imports, and a live and silent auction, where both Stern and Austin took terms at the podium, with items including signed guitars by Bruce Springsteen and Taylor Swift, a Howard Stern signed bulldog statue, and a celebrity chef private in-home dinner for four.

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Long Island Bulldog Rescue was founded in 1999 by Laurette Richin, and serves nine states in the Northeast United States, as well as Southeast Canada. Their mission is to help English Bulldogs through education, prevention, intervention and adoption. They fulfill their mission by helping, healing, and homing abandoned, neglected, abused, or released English Bulldogs. Long Island Bulldog Rescue has directly helped more than 10,000 families protect and save more than 3,500 English Bulldogs. Long Island Bulldog Rescue is a 501 © (3) non-profit organization. www.longislandbulldogrescue.org

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