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Help Animals on #GivingTuesday Nov 27

This #GivingTuesday November 27, please help animals with a donation to the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund.   Examples of Greg Fund projects are:   The PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) Gregory J. Reiter Animal Rescue Award, with a $1,000 check, has been presented annually since 2016 to an organization or individual for exceptional…

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Thank you–and turkeys!

Happy November! This month of Thanksgiving is a great time to chip in for the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund. The Fund supports many farm sanctuary initiatives to rescue animals and expand outreach to people. The Fund partners especially with the two farm sanctuaries that Greg loved most. These, like other sanctuaries across the U.S., are hosting special pre-Thanksgiving events: Animal…

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Q3 2018 Highlights & Anniversary Request

I established the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund in spring 2016, to keep my late husband’s memory alive through the animal advocacy that was our shared passion. This October 16 will be the third anniversary of Greg’s death, followed by our wedding anniversary on October 24. As these anniversaries approach, any donation–either through the Greg Fund website or through my Facebook fundraiser page–is a beautiful way to honor Greg. To date in 2018, the Fund has contributed a total of $87,500…

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Q2 2018: PETA Greg Award & More

Here’s a Q2 2018 update on the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund‘s work to prevent animal suffering. First, two highlights from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Community Animal Project, the primary recipient of Greg Fund grants: – On June 10 in New York City, PETA presented its 3rd annual Gregory J. Reiter Animal Rescue Award to…

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Remembering Greg Reiter on his 55th birthday

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 will be my late husband Greg’s 55th birthday. I hope you will consider a donation to the Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund as a sort of birthday present in his honor.   Greg believed firmly that everything happens for a reason. If he was right – and he usually was – then I…

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