Do you know a young animal lover who has made a big difference for our furry friends this year? We want to know!
The ASPCA is currently accepting nominations for animal heroes under the age of 14 who have helped make the world a kinder place for animals to receive our 2015 ASPCA “Tommy P. Monahan” Kid of the Year award. The award is presented as part of the ASPCA’s annual Humane Awards, an annual event which honors individuals who have been a voice for animals in crisis, as well as cats and dogs whose experiences represent the urgency behind our mission.
To nominate a pint-sized advocate, simply fill out and submit the “Tommy P. Monahan” Kid of the Year nomination form online. But please don’t delay! The deadline for entry is Thursday, August 13.
Winners will be invited to attend the ASPCA Humane Awards Luncheon in New York City—held at Cipriani 42nd Street, one of New York City’s most distinguished and renowned venues—to accept the award.
Don’t miss this chance to recognize the inspiring young animal advocates in your life!
To learn more about the ASPCA Humane Awards or to read about past award winners, please visit our ASPCA Annual Humane Awards page.