This page is dedicated to the children and young adults in nearby communities who help make a difference every day in the lives of homeless pets. We at the New Rochelle Humane Society appreciate your support!
It is well documented that puppy stores get their puppies from puppy mills, puppy mills that condemn dogs to lifetimes of suffering in wire cages.
Responsible breeders do not sell their puppies in stores. They want to see the people who adopt their puppies.
Melissa thrilled us on Sunday when she brought a significant donation to the shelter collected during her Bat Mitzvah project. Thank you Melissa from your furry friends at NRHS!
Cub Scout Badger Patrol Troop 353 collected donations of food and pet items for us.
Julia made collecting food for the animals her Bat Mitzvah project. One box was too big for the cart.
Frances, Ty, Harleigh, Chance and Makerla, four very dedicated fundraisers, collected $106 for the shelter animals.
Meet Nasrin, Fairuz and Samira Saleh. These wonderful young ladies went door to door in thier neighborhood and collected items needed at the shelter from out wishlist. Thank you girls!
Mandy and Heather from the PAW Club of New Rochelle High School presented us with a check from their year long fundraising efforts.
Michael, Nikki and Anthony raised $121.32 selling lemonade and cookies for the New Rochelle Humane Society’s animals!
Jordana decided that for her 8th birthday, she would ask her party guests to bring presents for the homeless animals at the New Rochelle HUmane Society! Jordana had help from her sisters, Carly and Alexa! Thanks, girls!
Girls from the Albert Leonard Middle School in New Rochelle joined a club called “Hearts Knit Together.” This club is under the direction of two facility advisors, Jennifer Guell, the Home and Consumer Sciences teacher and Karen Gongora, the school Phycologist. The girls and their teachers visited the New Rochelle Humane Society where they presented us with with fifteen hand-made pillows for the shelter animals. One of the girls’ father very generously donated a check, $10 for each pillow. We are so appreciative when children work together to make a contribution for the betterment of homeless animals. A big THANK YOU to all of them!
Students of the Mamaroneck High School’s Animal Club organized a donation drive at a local Stop and Shop for the New Rochelle Humane Society! Thank you Megan Carney, Emily Fliger, Mari Crawford and Julia Bellis!
When Sarah-Judith Bernstein from Scarsdale Middle School sent out her Bat Mitzvah invitations, she included a card asking her guests to bring donations for the New Rochelle Humane Society. Her request resulted in a huge carton filled with various items for the shelter animals and over $1,000 worth of checks. Sarah-Judith and her mother are part of the New Rochelle Humane Society’s Family Volunteer Program. They especially enjoy working with the shelter cats. When Sarah-Judith was asked if she will continue being a volunteer now that she has had her Bat Mitzvah, she answered emphatically, “OF COURSE!” The New Rochelle Humane Society would like to thank Sarah-Judith and her family for their kind generosity and all the help the provide to the homeless animals at our shelter.
On a very hot Saturday morning, Girl Scouts from Troop #2056 in Larchmont sat outside of the Stop and Shop for three and a half hours collecting donations for the New Rochelle Humane Society. They handed out a wish list of items needed, including the aisles in which they can be found. With over $250 of cash donations, they were able to purchase additional items specifically requested by Shelter Manager, Dana Rocco. We would like to thank the girls and their mother’s for all of their hard work. The shelter staff and animals greatly appreciate your help!
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The New Rochelle High School’s PAW Club held its 3rd annual benefit concert on Saturday, January 23rd. Approximately 170 attendees enjoyed entertainment from 6 bands from the school. Food was sold by the students and 22 baskets of merchandise from local stores were auctioned off. This concert raised more than $1,200 for the homeless animals at the New Rochelle Humane Society. We wish to thank the boys and girls of the PAW Club, their president, Daria and their faculty advisor, Julia for all of their hard work in putting this event together and for their generous donation.
To view photos from this event, click here!
Students from the Osborn School in Rye recently paid a visit to the New Rochelle Humane Society. This group of 21 youngsters designed a flier asking for donations for the animals at our shelter and collected items such as toys, treats, food, beds, blankets, paper towels and cleaning supplies from several classes in the school. They also purchased an engraved brick for the path of our dog park as a Christmas gift for their teacher last month! They were a delightful group who we very much enjoyed having!
The New Rochelle Humane Society hosted a birthday party for an 8 year old girl, complete with pizza, birthday cake and gift bags supplied by her parents. Her 25 friends learned about the shelter, visited our cat rooms and dog kennel and enjoyed time with 2 dogs and a kitten. The birthday girl’s invitation to her friends said that she did not want gifts for herself, but for the shelter animals instead. Toys, blankets, treats and beds were among the many gifts we received. Everyone seemed to have a wonderful time.
Students from the Isaac Young Middle School in New Rochelle recently paid us a visit! They held a “Cutest Pet Contest” at their school and the proceeds were donated to our shelter! These children, who are all on the Student Council, are planning other fund raising events to benefit the homeless pets at the New Rochelle Humane Society. Thanks, kids!
Nolan raised $35. and purchased food and supplies for the shelter cats and dogs! He and his family adopted from the New Rochelle Humane Society several years ago.
Thank you, Nolan!
The New Rochelle Humane Society hosted its very first birthday party! Emily, who was celebrating her 8th birthday, explained to friends that she did not want gifts, but rather donations of items for the homeless animals at our shelter instead. All enjoyed playing with one of the shelter dogs and taking a tour through our cat rooms and kennel before going back to Emily’s home for dinner and birthday cake. Happy Birthday, Emily!
These members of Larchmont’s Brownie Troop raised $120 dollars for our shelter with a bake sale! They also made socks stuffed with catnip and pipe cleaner spiders for the homeless cats at our shelter. These items were much enjoyed! Thank you!
Thirty-one youngsters from the Resurrection School in Rye paid a visit to our shelter and brought lots of nice things for the animals in our care!