Every year this program engages and recognizes students who want to advocate for shelter animals. We are thrilled to announce 41 National Mutt-i-grees Student Ambassadors will lead the way across the nation in raising awareness. Spanning the country from New York to California from nine to twenty-three years of age, these students will take action to engage their community on the importance of rescue and what it means not only to animals, but to people as well.
They will demonstrate the significance of the human animal bond to cultivate empathy and resiliency. We are inspired by these students coming forth to take action by promoting the importance of spaying/neutering, the plight of homeless pets and how COVID-19 has impacted shelters. It proves that at any age you can make positive change happen. The Ambassadors continue to amaze us with their ideas, leadership, and commitment. We proudly support our Ambassador Team on their Mission for Mutt-i-grees and look forward to all of the great things they will accomplish. Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to watch these kids take action!
Meet the Ambassadors:
The $500 awards for each school of the Ambassadors are provided through generous grants from The Graham Family Foundation and The Irving and Phyllis Millstein Foundation for Animal Welfare®.