Brady Hunter Foundation

Become a
Volunteer

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself
in the service of others.” - Mahatma Gandhi

If you have a big heart, and think volunteer work brings the most joy and happiness, we definitely want to hear from you. Being a Brady 
Hunter Foundation volunteer means joining the most noble causes in the world, and making a true difference.

Become a Volunteer

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Hear From Our
Partners

Hear from our wonderful partners and volunteers about
their experiences working with the Brady Hunter
Foundation to further their initiatives and obtain their
advocacy goals.
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"A huge thank you to the Brady Hunter Foundation and everyone associated with them. They are impacting the lives of tens of thousands of families and we could not do what we do without the help of the Brady Hunter Foundation."

Paco Vélez President and CEO of Feeding South Florida

"In a very short period of time, they have found so many causes to give back to. It's very impressive."

Rebecca Fishman Lipsey CEO of the Miami Foundation

"We have been working for more than 56 years to save mountain gorillas. Through your support, we have been able to provide two more tracking teams to do our critical conservation work on the ground, as well as the vehicles to transport them to the locations they need to be to do their work."

Tara Stoinski CEO Dian Fossey Fund

"We are so grateful the Brady Hunter Foundation supported the 13th annual American Humane Hero Dog Awards. With Brady Hunter Foundation's support, we were able to educate millions about the roles of therapy dogs in our lives."

Robin Ganzert CEO of American Humane

"Global Strays received a generous grant from the Brady Hunter Foundation to restart our spay and neuter clinics in Bogota, Colombia. This annual partnership allows us to spay and neuter 1,250 owned dogs and cats in some of the most underserved regions of Bogota, with the highest population of stray animals. Now there is a lot of protection for these animals, thanks to you guys."

Elizabeth Shafiroff President of Global Strays

“Because of the Brady Hunter Foundation, a lot of animals are alive today that wouldn't have been.”

Al Eskenazy CEO of Community Police Relations

“Brady Hunter Foundation generously donated to our medical fund and it is now becoming the Brady Hunter Emergency Medical Fund at Abandoned Pet Rescue.”

Cindy Mucciaccio Co-Founder of iHeart Animal Rescue
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