In the field with PETA’s Community Animal Project

During Greg’s lifetime, he was an enthusiastic supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and particularly its Community Animal Project (CAP).  In 2013, Greg and I adopted a CAP rescue dog named Itchy. Last year, I adopted another CAP rescue named Christopher.  Since I established the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund in…

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2018 Report

The Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund supports organizations and causes that Greg backed with money, time, and energy during his life. I am honored to share this summary of what the Fund achieved in 2018 – in memory of Greg, and for so many animals.   In calendar year 2018, the Fund issued a total of $100,000 in…

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Chip in for animals–including the human sort :-)

The Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund marked these ten milestones and more in 2018, working in collaboration with partner organizations to make the world a better place for animals — including the human sort :-).  Please help to keep the momentum going in 2019 with a year-end contribution of $5 or more. #1 – Rescuing Christopher dog We rescued…

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2018 in Five Animal Portraits

Christmas 2018 will be a merry one for animals the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund has helped this year. Here are five of them. Charlie, a Thoroughbred former racehorse.   Charlie has lived with me in Maryland since September 2016. Earlier that year, the Greg Fund partnered with PETA to rescue him from imminent risk of a…

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We gave Gregory a new life!

Gregory the squirrel monkey has just started a new life at Florida Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary, along with 25 other monkeys who survived a 2014-17 U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) nicotine addiction experiment. A December 4 CNN feature shares more on these monkeys’ move to freedom. The Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund was part of a coalition that…

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