28 Mar Jean Shafiroff Hosts American Humane Luncheon at Swifty’s Palm Beach
American Humane, the nation’s first and largest animal welfare organization, was honored this week at a an al fresco luncheon hosted by prominent New York and Palm Beach philanthropist, and avid animal welfare advocate, Jean Shafiroff, at Swifty’s at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach.
More than two dozen of Mrs. Shafiroff’s benevolent, animal lover friends gathered to celebrate the American Humane mission: to promote the welfare and safety of all animals, and to strengthen the bond between animals and people.
Notable guests included American Humane’s president and CEO Dr. Robin Ganzert, Anna Rothschild, Ava Roosevelt, Rashmee Sharma, Kim Dryer, Lauren Day Roberts, Pamela O’Connor, Kathleen Gannon, Ruth Miller, Pamela Wright, Elizabeth Steimberg, and Sharon Jablin, among others.
“Philanthropy is my passion,” said Mrs. Shafiroff. “I am deeply moved by the incredible work American Humane does throughout the world, and it was an absolute honor to welcome Dr. Ganzert and my dear friends to celebrate the vital programs and services the organization provides.”
About American Humane
American Humane is the country’s first national humane organization and the world’s largest certifier of animal welfare, overseeing the humane treatment of more than one billion animals across the globe each year. Founded in 1877, with offices in Palm Beach and Washington, DC, American Humane has been First to Serve™ the cause of animals and for 145 years has been at the forefront of virtually every major advance in the humane movement. For more information or to support our lifesaving work, please visit AmericanHumane.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for the latest breaking news and features about the animals with whom we share our Earth.