Happening In The Hamptons: Elizabeth Shafiroff To Host Global Strays 4th Annual Benefit
Daughter of prolific philanthropists Jean and Marty Shafiroff, Elizabeth Shafiroff is hosting her 4th Annual Benefit for Global Strays on organization formed organization by Shafiroff, has impacted millions of animals in several countries, across three continents.
Founded with the mission of reducing the suffering of animals, Global Strays facilitates assistance for animal shelters abroad, and their surrounding communities who lack access to services for their pets, including veterinary care and spay-and-neuter services for those who would otherwise be unable to afford it.
It now plans to do so in the United States in the near future. The organization is known as a crusader against the mistreatment of animals, while it is also an arm that inspires others to join with the cause.
On Friday August 26 ,2022 , at NAIA Hamptons in Southampton, NY. Held outside, the event will be honoring those fighting for global animal welfare and Global Strays programs for pets, strays and working horses in underserved communities. Enjoy complimentary cocktails and a light dinner while mingling by the pool and lounge with many global animal lovers and environmentally conscious advocates.
The host committee includes international animal welfare advocates Georgina Bloomberg and Jean Shafiroff. A brief presentation will highlight Global Strays holistic approach to animal welfare with testimonials from the community members they Educate, Engage and Empower. Proceeds will go towards educating children on the proper care of animals — and creating the next generation of animal advocates.
A silent auction is specially curated by Global Strays staff with environmentally conscious fashion, beauty, and pet brands. This is a unique opportunity to mingle with an animal loving, environmentally conscious crowd while supporting their mission.
Global Strays has now created their own educational curriculum, which they are teaching all across the world. Embracing the “Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare,” it holds a series of five workshops for youth in different countries. The youth take part in activities to learn about how to take better care of pets, the environment, and other people.
Visit globalstrays.org, where tickets are available for its upcoming reception on August 26. Tickets begin at $250, with sponsorships available.