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Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

 
Mission Statement

The Mission of the Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is to create a strong network of the next generation’s community leaders and influencers who are passionate about animal welfare.


Benefits of Becoming a Young Friend
  • Exclusive invitations to Young Friends events, both at the Shelter and in the community

  • Priority admission to select Young Friends events

  • Network, make new friends, and meet fellow animal lovers

  • Unique volunteer opportunities

  • Supporting the more than 35,000 animals helped annually by Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Click here to become a Young Friend today!


COVID-19: How You Can Help

Peggy's Pantry urgently needs donations to help families in need, especially wet and dry food for both cats and dogs. The Pantry is a program that temporarily helps families care for their pets during times of hardship. Demand for assistance continues to increase as individuals lose their jobs and face financial difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 virus. You may learn more about Peggy's Pantry on our website: www.peggyadams.org/what-we-do/peggys-pantry

To make donating to Peggy's Pantry a little easier, we have selected in-stock items on Amazon that you may order from the comfort and safety of your home. Please click here to view the specific life-saving supplies that we need the most


Capital Campaign Pledge

The Young Friends have pledged $25,000 towards the new Pet Adoption and Humane Education Center being built at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. With construction well underway , the new building will double our number of adoptions – saving thousands of additional dogs, cats, puppies and kittens each year. The new Center is still scheduled to open in November 2020. Peggy Adams thanks the Young Friends for their initiative and support!


Upcoming Events

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Walk for the Animals -- We've Gone Virtual This Year!
Saturday, February 20, 2021

 

We've gone virtual for this year's Walk for the Animals! Even though things are different this year, you can still help us raise crucial funds to support Peggy Adams and the animals in our care. Visit www.walkwithpeggy.org to register for this year's Walk,  join a team and access helpful resources about the event to help you succeed.

Although we can't all be together in person, we do have fun virtual events planned on February 20 for everyone who registers. Join hundreds of Peggy Adams supporters by participating in this year's Walk for the Animals and help save the lives of thousands of cats and dogs!

 

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Joe Floyd and Amy Lowe carry the banner for the Young Friends Walk Team in 2020.

 


Party Animal Evening Gala 

April 24, 2021 
The Flagler Museum, Palm Beach
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On Saturday, April 24, 2021, the Henry Flagler Museum will transform into one of the most desired dinner destinations Palm Beach has ever seen. The Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, a dedicated committee of Palm Beach's next generation of animal advocates, will gather for the second annual Party Animal Evening Gala to support the work of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. 

Continuing last year's theme of "Party Animal," the evening will be a creative and whimsical night that will entertain the senses in unforgettable ways. Join us for a night of libations, laughter and an intimate dinner as your spirit animal takes flight to support cats and dogs in need. 

Ticket sales will open at the end of February at a cost of $400 for individuals and $750 for couples. All guests will be required to wear face coverings when not eating and practice appropriate social distancing per CDC guidelines.

We hope you'll join us for this incredible event! 

For information, please call 561-472-8576.


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For more information or to join the Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, please email youngfriends@peggyadams.org

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