Initiative to replace horse-drawn carriages with electric ones.

One of the Foundation’s core initiatives is to replace
horse-drawn carriages with electric carriages in American cities. Horse-drawn carriages are a cruel and outdated form of transportation. Horses are forced to work long hours in hot and cold weather, and they are often abused and neglected. Electric carriages, on the other hand, are a clean, safe, and humane alternative. They are also more efficient, which means that they can create new jobs and boost the economy.

Here are some of the benefits of replacing horse-drawn carriages with electric carriages:

  • Electric carriages are more humane. Horses are not forced to work long hours in hot and cold weather, and they are not abused or neglected.
  • Electric carriages are safer. Horses are unpredictable animals, and they can be dangerous to passengers and drivers. Electric carriages are much safer.
  • Electric carriages are more efficient. They use less energy than horse-drawn carriages, which means that they are better for the environment.
  • Electric carriages create new jobs. The transition to electric carriages will create new jobs in the manufacturing, installation, and operation of electric carriages.
  • Electric carriages boost the economy. The transition to electric carriages will boost the economy by creating new jobs and stimulating demand for electric carriages.

The Brady Hunter Foundation is committed to creating a more compassionate world for animals and people. The Foundation believes that the transition
to electric carriages is a step in the right direction. The Foundation is working to make this vision a reality.

Humane Society of Greater Miami

The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of its “Clear the Shelter” initiative, which took place from June 23rd to 25th. This special event was dedicated to finding forever homes for cats and dogs who had been in shelters for six months or longer, and it exceeded expectations by providing these deserving animals with a chance at a brighter future. 

During the “Clear the Shelter” event, adoption fees were waived for eligible cats and dogs. This gesture encouraged an outpouring of support from the community, with families and individuals coming forward to adopt and provide loving homes for these animals. 

South Florida Wildlife Center

The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to announce its sponsorship of a new ambulance, a critical addition to the South Florida Wildlife Center’s (SFWC) operations. This contribution not only ensures the procurement of a life-saving vehicle but also supports the salary of a dedicated driver for one year. This significant investment will significantly enhance the SFWC’s capacity to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured wildlife across the South Florida region. 

This specially equipped vehicle will serve as a lifeline for wildlife in distress, enabling swift response and transport to the SFWC’s facilities, where veterinarians and caregivers will provide medical attention and rehabilitation. 

With this enhanced capability, the South Florida Wildlife Center is poised to make an even more substantial impact in the region.

Community Police Reporting Foundation

In partnership with the Community-Police Relations Foundation, The Brady Hunter Foundation is empowering the CPR Foundation to expand its efforts in the fight against criminal animal cruelty and the provision of vital medical assistance to distressed animals, encompassing dogs, cats, rabbits, and horses. This collaboration ensures that animals receive the compassion and care they rightfully deserve. 

The CPR Foundation’s comprehensive approach to fostering safe and thriving communities across the nation perfectly aligns with The Brady Hunter Foundation’s overarching mission. This partnership allows the CPR Foundation to continue leaving a lasting impact on society, further strengthening the heart of our communities through their shared commitment to animal welfare and societal well-being. 


The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to partner with Muttville, the nation’s trailblazing cage-free rescue and dedicated senior dog sanctuary. This collaboration marks a significant step in our commitment to animal welfare and underscores our dedication to the well-being of senior dogs. 

Muttville, renowned as the country’s first cage-free rescue, specializes in providing a nurturing environment for senior dogs, ensuring they receive top-notch care, treatment, and a loving home. Through this strategic alliance, we aim to contribute to Muttville’s mission of facilitating the eventual adoption of these senior dogs into loving forever homes. 

Our joint efforts shine a spotlight on the heartwarming journey these dogs embark on as they transition towards their well-deserved forever homes. This partnership exemplifies our shared commitment to making a tangible difference in the lives of animals. 


Nassau County SPCA

Beach clean-up to preserve our local shores and marine life

The Brady Hunter Foundation participated in a community beach clean-up in alongside “Clean This Beach Up” and over 30 staff members from Bottom Line Concepts in Haulover Beach, Sunny Isles, FL. Preserving our beaches to protect both our shores as well as marine life is an important part of our mission, which volunteers will repeat several times each year.

The Campaign Against Hunger Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Dr. Melony Samuels, Executive Director and Founder of The Campaign Against Hunger, is a champion among community leaders. Before becoming TCAH’s fearless leader in 1998, she was led by compassion to support a struggling single mother out of her own pocket. Dr. Samuels knew this would make a difference for one family but recognized that the fight against hunger goes far beyond individual acts of kindness. It takes a village. From the start, a community’s approach to caring has directed everything TCAH does.

Over the past twenty-two years, The Campaign Against Hunger has grown and stretched from operating out of a small pantry in a church basement to meeting some of the day’s toughest challenges–like youth empowerment, nutrition education, and community engagement–head-on. We have experienced a few name changes (Grace International → Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger → The Campaign Against Hunger), served neighbors in 150 zip codes with food and other vital programs and services, and sought to bring food justice to New York City along the way.

The once small basement pantry has become a SuperPantry emporium and acts as a model for client choice. We now offer hundreds of nutrition education classes, workshops, and cooking demonstrations each year for our clients (or at least we did in pre-COVID times–working to adapt our programming now!). Our urban farms and the Green Teens who maintain them have continued to infuse heart-healthy fruits and vegetables into food deserts and provide gainful employment to local youth. We now offer a suite of social services, including SNAP registration, health insurance enrollment, tax filing preparation, and much more.

Our story continues to evolve as food insecurity, economic inequality, and health disparities continue to plague our communities.


The Brady Hunter Scholarship Fund for Veterinary School

We are thrilled to introduce the Brady Hunter Scholarship Fund, a partnership between the Brady Hunter Foundation (BHF) and New York City Mayor Eric Adams. Established in honor of Juneteenth, this initiative aims to empower African American students in New York City and promote diversity within the veterinary field.

The field of veterinary medicine, while playing a crucial role in animal health and welfare, faces a significant shortage of African American representation. This underrepresentation not only hampers diversity within the profession but also limits the opportunities available to African American individuals who aspire to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Understanding the statistics surrounding this issue sheds light on the urgency of addressing the imbalance.

According to data from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), African Americans make up only a small percentage of practicing veterinarians in the United States. As of the latest available data, African Americans represent less than 2% of all veterinarians, despite comprising over 13% of the U.S. population.

Recognizing the urgency of this issue, the Brady Hunter Foundation is taking action. During each year of the Adams’ Administration, our scholarship fund will provide a new four-year scholarship, covering tuition expenses, to an exceptional African American student in New York City. This financial support will enable each year’s selected student to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine, a field that greatly benefits from increased diversity.

Through the establishment of the Brady Hunter Scholarship Fund, we aim to empower African American students in New York City by providing these students with the financial support and opportunities they need to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine. By investing in these students’ education, we aspire to break down barriers and inspire more African American students to join the field.

We are honored to collaborate with Mayor Eric Adams, whose commitment to fostering diversity and promoting equal opportunities aligns perfectly with our mission. The Brady Hunter Scholarship Fund embodies BHF’s unwavering commitment to equality, justice, and expanding educational opportunities. We firmly believe in the transformative power of education to break down barriers and create a brighter future for individuals and communities.

iHeart Animal Rescue

The Brady Hunter Foundation, in collaboration with I Heart Animal Rescue, has made a significant impact on the lives of animals in need. Our dedication to sponsoring the care and rehabilitation of neglected animals has resulted in heartwarming success stories. 


In some cases, animals born into families without the means or plans for their care faced dire circumstances. Surrendered to I Heart Animal Rescue due to illness and, in some cases, Parvo, these animals needed extensive medical attention and incurred substantial expenses. The Brady Hunter Foundation stepped in to cover these bills, ensuring “The Parvo Pups” received the necessary care to recover. 

Our enduring partnership with I Heart Animal Rescue extends to cases like Justice, a dog brutally stabbed multiple times in Pompano Beach. We provided the funding needed for Justice’s medical care, boarding, and recovery, ultimately finding him a loving home. 

We also helped Sweet Ellie Belly, a baiting victim found wandering the streets. With medical care and love, Ellie made a remarkable recovery. 

These stories showcase our commitment to animal welfare and the positive outcomes that can be achieved through our partnership with I Heart Animal Rescue. 


The Dian Fossey Fund

 BHF has recently partnered with this organization that was started in 1967 by Dian Fossey, to ensure a future for gorillas, their habitat and the communities that surround them. With our donation, we will fund the “Gorilla Protection Team and Vehicle Purchase” (consisting of two patrol teams, supplies, equipment and food for staff for a year for 25 eco-guards and landowners who volunteer their time to search for and dismantle snares). It will also enable the purchase of a co-branded vehicle to support the logistics of having these teams in the field.  that will aid in the daily protection of endangered gorillas. 

*There are 200+ trackers in Rwanda and DR Congo in 2022 they removed 456 snares from volcanoes national park and 2500 snares from their community reserve. The local community has also been impacted- Last year, they even lost an infant to a snare too.

Biscayne Bay Recovery with Miami Dade County and The Miami Foundation

The Brady Hunter Foundation joined forces with the Miami Foundation, Miami-Dade County, and Volunteer Clean Up to host an International Coastal Cleanup Day event at the Pelican Harbor Marina. In a bid to amplify the impact of this endeavor, the Brady Hunter Foundation championed the cause by sponsoring specialty license plates, a crucial component of our expansive educational campaign devoted to safeguarding Biscayne Bay. As a testament to our commitment to environmental conservation, the Brady Hunter Foundation pledged to donate 50 cents for every pound of trash collected during this cleanup effort to the Sea Bird Station. The collective effort of volunteers and participants resulted in a staggering 22,233 pounds of garbage being collected across all 58 cleanup sites. With a generous donation rate of $0.50 per pound, we have every confidence that these funds will be utilized to their fullest potential. The impact of this event extends far beyond quantifiable figures—it is truly immeasurable. Our joint initiative not only removed a substantial amount of waste from our coastal areas but also heightened awareness of the critical need to protect and preserve the natural beauty of Biscayne Bay.


Miami Foundation: Give Miami Day

The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to be part of Give Miami Day, and our foundation is proud to sponsor five remarkable prizes to recognize and support the incredible work of charitable organizations in the Miami community. Our commitment to positive change is at the heart of our mission, and we focus on two critical areas: environmental preservation and animal welfare.

In the upcoming Give Miami Day 2023 event, there are 38 nonprofit organizations registered in the animal category, while there are 54 participating organizations dedicated to environmental causes. 

These are the five distinctive prizes we will be awarding, one to a nonprofit in each category:

  • Purrfect Partner Prize: Awarded to the animal organization with the most unique donors, recognizing their ability to engage a broad base of supporters. 
  • Pawsitively Impactful Prize: Presented to an organization randomly selected from all animal nonprofits, highlighting the positive impact each organization can make, regardless of size. 
  • Eco-Champion Prize: Awarded to the environment organization with the most unique donors, encouraging engagement and support. 
  • Guardian Prize:  Presented to an organization randomly selected from all environment nonprofits, highlighting the positive impact each organization can make, regardless of size. 
  •  Brady Hunter Prize: Awarded to the organization that gets the most tags on the @bradyhunterfoundation’s Give Miami Day pinned post. (Must follow @bradyhunterfoundation and comment tagging your favorite registered Give Miami Day organization on Instagram) 


The Brady Hunter Foundation’s unwavering dedication to advancing both animal welfare and environmental initiatives underscores our profound commitment to creating a better, more sustainable future for all members of our community.



Feeding South Florida Partnership

BHF has generously sponsored a semi-trailer truck for a year that will be co-branded, and we will host monthly food distributions in the most vulnerable and food-insecure areas of South Florida. Stay tuned for distribution dates so you can all participate! 

Mark your calendars for these upcoming food distribution events: 

  • Wednesday, September 20, 2023 (8:00 am – 11:00 am)  

  • Saturday, October 21, 2023 (9:00 am – 11:00 am) 

  • Tuesday, November 7, 2023 (9:00 am – 11:00 am) 

  • Saturday, December 16, 2023 (9:00 am – 11:00 am) 


Their mission is to end hunger in South Florida by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading hunger and poverty advocacy… and we are equally committed to this cause! 

Network for Animals

We have been deeply moved by the impactful work of Network for Animals in Tanzania, particularly the Tanzania Market Donkeys Project.


The plight of overworked donkeys at the Mirongoine Market has touched our hearts, and we are committed to making a positive difference with a generous donation that will help construct three shelters with water installations, to provide essential relief and respite to approximately 1,000 overburdened donkeys. We recognize the urgent need for additional facilities to alleviate their suffering and we fully support their objective of providing a safe and comfortable environment for these precious animals.

The Brady Hunter Foundation and Network for Animals Unite to Facilitate the Transfer of 116 Donkeys from SOS Israel to La Tanière France 

The Brady Hunter Foundation and Network for Animals are proud to announce their collaborative effort in facilitating the transfer of 116 donkeys from Starting Over Sanctuary (SOS) in Israel to La Tanière animal refuge in France. This initiative is in response to the overcapacity the shelter is experiencing. The transfer is scheduled to take place over the coming months of August, September, and October, marking a significant step towards rehabilitating and transforming the lives of these animals. 

The partnership between the Brady Hunter Foundation and Network for Animals underscores their shared commitment to animal welfare and rehabilitation. Starting Over Sanctuary, located in Israel, has provided a safe haven for 680 donkeys that have suffered severe abuse and neglect. La Tanière, situated near Paris, specializes in offering refuge to animals from laboratories, those seized by customs, and those requiring specialized care and attention. 

The Brady Hunter Foundation and Network for Animals are taking a proactive role in this endeavor, making the journey possible for these 116 donkeys as they embark on a new chapter of their lives. 


One of the donkeys who was moved to La Tanière in 2022, now living a happy, healthy life at the refuge.

Donkey found by Starting Over Sanctuary

Donkey being transported to refuge

Jewish Community Services of South Florida Kosher Food Bank

The Brady Hunter Foundation and Jewish Community Services of South Florida food bank have joined forces to ensure a successful academic year for local students. Through a sponsored Backpack Packing Drive on August 6th , BHF equipped deserving elementary, middle, and high school students with brand new backpacks and essential supplies. The collaborative effort has brought together volunteers from both organizations to pack backpacks, fostering a strong sense of community support. The partnership highlights the commitment to empowering young minds and creating a positive impact in the South Florida region.

Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA

The Brady Hunter Foundation is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA to sponsor a dedicated mobile veterinary team unit in Africa. This collaboration underscores our unwavering commitment to wildlife conservation and providing essential aid to injured wildlife across the African continent.  

Africa’s diverse and magnificent wildlife faces myriad challenges, from habitat loss to poaching and natural disasters. At the heart of this partnership is a shared vision: to ensure the protection and well-being of these incredible animals. Our sponsorship of a mobile veterinary team unit will enable swift response and critical care for injured wildlife, playing a vital role in their survival and recovery. 


Shampooch Fundraising Event Sponsored by BHF

The Brady Hunter Foundation is excited to announce its partnership with Southampton Animal Shelter and Lux Paw Mobile Grooming to raise essential funds for animal care and adoptions. 

This collaborative event brought together the Southampton Animal Shelter’s expertise in rescuing and sheltering animals with Lux Paw Mobile Grooming’s pet grooming services. Dogs received pampering washes and nail trimmings, while pet owners had their cars washed. 


The event highlighted a strong sense of community spirit, uniting pet lovers and animal advocates to support our shared commitment to animal welfare. Funds raised will provide vital care, medical treatment, and nurturing environments for animals in need and facilitate more adoptions from the Southampton Animal Shelter. 

Global Strays Spay & Neuter Program

The Brady Hunter Foundation is partnering with Global Strays, a leading international animal welfare organization, to sponsor the spaying and neutering of 1,250 animals in Bogota, Colombia. 

In Bogota, many pets lack access to essential veterinary care and spaying/neutering services, resulting in overpopulation and suffering. Our partnership with Global Strays addresses this pressing issue by providing these critical services to underserved communities. 

This initiative not only controls overpopulation but also improves the health and well-being of pets, fostering responsible ownership.


Scholastic Book Fair

The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to announce its partnership with Scholastic to nurture a love for reading and learning at Barbara Hawkins Elementary School in Greater Miami, a low-income institution, lighting the way for a brighter future. 

This collaboration ensures that each student at Barbara Hawkins Elementary School receives three new books, igniting their imaginations and fostering a lifelong love for reading. In addition, we are contributing an extra 300 books to enrich classrooms and libraries, enhancing both individual reading journeys and classroom learning environments.

As a special highlight, we had the privilege of welcoming former Miami Dolphins player Sean Hill, who visited the school to read to the children. His presence added an extra layer of inspiration to this already incredible initiative, reinforcing the importance of education and dreams for the future. 


American Humane Hero Dog Awards

The Brady Hunter Foundation proudly sponsored the “Therapy Dog” category at the 13th Annual American Humane Hero Dog Awards in Palm Beach, Florida, this November. This category honors the exceptional contributions of therapy dogs who extend their assistance beyond their owners or handlers, providing invaluable support in areas such as physical, social, emotional, and cognitive challenges. The American Humane Hero Dog Awards, a cherished nationwide tradition, showcased five remarkable canines, each with inspiring stories. Among them, Maverick emerged as a finalist in the hero dog category, ultimately securing the coveted title of “American Hero Dog.”

Maverick’s journey to triumph is a testament to resilience, compassion, and a profound dedication to service. As a therapy dog, Maverick went above and beyond, offering unparalleled support to individuals facing various challenges. His exceptional service to the USO, where he brought comfort and joy to members of the military, exemplifies the transformative power of the human-canine bond. Maverick’s victory not only recognizes his individual accomplishments but also emphasizes the broader impact of therapy dogs in our communities, serving as an inspiration for the positive influence these furry heroes can have on the well-being of individuals and society as a whole.  


Saving Sage Rescue

The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to partner with Saving Sage Rescue, an organization dedicated to rescuing and caring for animals in South Florida. 

Saving Sage Rescue focuses on urgent cases of abuse and neglect, offers youth educational programs to promote animal welfare, addresses the overpopulation crisis through spaying and neutering, and supports local police departments with microchip scanners and training to reunite lost pets with their families. 


The Brady Hunter Foundation is excited to provide ongoing support to Saving Sage Rescue, enabling them to continue their vital work and make a positive impact on the lives of animals in need.   


Abandoned Pet Rescue: Lady Di

The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to share our partnership with Abandoned Pet Rescue, where we are stepping up to sponsor the essential care, treatment, and medical expenses for beautiful souls like Lady Di. 

Lady Di is a 3-month-old shepherd mix who found herself in the most heartbreaking circumstances. She was surrendered to Abandoned Pet Rescue with a shattered leg, and the story behind her arrival is shrouded in mystery. All we know is that a kind-hearted individual found her in their backyard and brought her in, providing no further information. 

Lady Di is receiving top-notch care at Broward Veterinary Specialists, where their dedicated team is working to mend her broken bones. It is a lifeline for her, as without it, she would have faced the possibility of losing her leg. 

In the face of challenges and limited shelter space, Abandoned Pet Rescue refused to give up on Lady Di, and we’re standing right alongside them, unwavering in our commitment to provide her with all the love and care she deserves.  


The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to announce our partnership with VETPAW, where BHF will be proudly sponsoring a cutting-edge surveillance drone to enhance their vital operations.

VETPAW, or the Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife, is an exceptional organization dedicated to preserving and safeguarding wildlife in Africa. Their highly trained teams of military veterans utilize their skills to combat illegal poaching, protect endangered species, and support local communities.

The addition of this surveillance drone will empower VETPAW in their critical mission, allowing them to more effectively monitor and safeguard wildlife, combat illegal poaching, and protect our precious natural resources. Their services are vital in addressing the pressing issues of wildlife protection and conservation in Africa, and together, we aim to make a substantial impact in the realm of wildlife conservation, furthering our shared dedication to preserving our planet’s most endangered species and their habitats.

The Caring Place

The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to announce its partnership with The Caring Place for two extraordinary events that aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need.

Event 1: Holiday Care Drive

On November 18th, the Brady Hunter Foundation is teaming up with The Caring Place to host a Holiday Care Drive. The event that will serve 500-600 families features multiple stations, offering essential food boxes, non-perishable items, holiday ham, and turkeys to ensure that every family can celebrate the upcoming holiday season with joy and dignity. The Brady Hunter Foundation tent will be providing produce and hygiene kits to families. Families will also have access to clothing assistance, helping them stay warm throughout the winter season.

Event 2: Thanksgiving Banquet

On Thanksgiving Day, The Brady Hunter Foundation, in collaboration with The Caring Place, will sponsor a Thanksgiving Banquet. This heartwarming event goes beyond the traditional celebration by extending a helping hand to the homeless population, food-insecure families, and individuals in need. Our volunteers will serve hot, nourishing meals and ensure everyone in the community has access to a traditional feast during this holiday season.

The partnership between the Brady Hunter Foundation and The Caring Place is a testament to their shared dedication to making the world a better place for all species to live.

W.A.R on Wheels

The Brady Hunter Foundation is honored to be a proud sponsor of the annual W.A.R. on wheels (WOW) initiative. This annual event is dedicated to making an impact on the lives of children and families who are courageously battling cancer. W.A.R. on Wheels V marks the fifth installment of this event and promises to be an amazing journey, both physically and emotionally.

In our commitment to this cause, we are sponsoring Brad Beetham, whose daughter triumphed over a three-year battle against Stage 4 Lymphoblastic Lymphoma at the age of 10. The WOW ride is designed to simulate the challenges faced by children in their fight against cancer. The funds raised through this event will be channeled into innovative research, carefully selected by the dedicated Cal’s Angels board of directors and research committee. This research aims to advance the field and save the lives of children.

The fifth annual event, commencing on October 23rd, 2023, will cover an impressive 967 miles, with over 50,000 feet of climbing through the Allegheny Mountains. This bike ride will begin in Washington, DC, and conclude in St. Charles, IL on November 3rd, 2023.


Lotus House Shelter

The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to partner with The Lotus House Shelter, a beacon of hope for those in need. In our recent collaboration, we had the privilege of volunteering and connecting with the shelter’s residents and children in meaningful ways. We had the opportunity to serve nourishing meals to the residents and create clay animals with the children.

Moreover, our partnership with Lotus House extends beyond these heartwarming moments. In February, we are thrilled to announce our upcoming “Feel to Heal” event. During this day, the children from Lotus House will have the opportunity to visit the Lucky Horse Sanctuary, where they will engage in activities centered around animal-assisted therapy, designed to promote emotional healing, confidence-building, and a deep sense of well-being. This event exemplifies our unwavering commitment to making a positive impact, and we look forward to continuing our journey of compassion and transformation alongside Lotus House. 


We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Volunteer Clean On December 17th, we will host a Kayak Clean Up initiative where volunteers paddle to an island, engage in a collective effort to clean up the surroundings, and gain valuable insights into the importance of preserving our aquatic ecosystems. We believe this initiative will not only have immediate benefits on the environment but also pave the way for future conservation efforts, fostering a community committed to the well-being of our natural resources.


Lucky Horse Sanctuary

The Brady Hunter Foundation is proud to partner with Lucky Horse Sanctuary for two “Feel to Heal” events. In partnership with Chapman Partnership and Lotus House, our mission is to bring joy and healing to homeless children in need. Lucky Horse Sanctuary, specializing in animal-assisted therapy, will play a crucial role in these events, using the transformative power of human-animal connections, particularly with horses. We believe that this unique approach will provide invaluable benefits to the children at Chapman Partnership and Lotus House Sanctuary, fostering emotional growth, trust, and empowerment. 


Make-A-Wish Southern Florida

The Brady Hunter Foundation is thrilled to collaborate with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Together, we are embarking on a mission to sponsor three wishes for children facing critical illnesses, with a special emphasis on animal-based dreams. This initiative reflects the shared commitment of both organizations to make a positive impact on the lives of children and their families during challenging times. Through the combined efforts of the Brady Hunter Foundation and Make-A-Wish, we aim to create unforgettable moments and experiences that transcend the boundaries of illness.

Paw-Venture with Miami-Dade Animal Services

The Brady Hunter Foundation was thrilled to join forces with Miami Dade Animal Services for “Paw-ventures.” This collaborative effort was designed to infuse joy and excitement into the lives of long-term and overlooked shelter dogs beyond the shelter walls by providing them with a day of outdoor adventures and exploration, including visits to dog-friendly parks and restaurants. The event aimed to not only create lasting memories for these deserving dogs but also to emphasize the significance of compassion and support for animals in need.