Showing posts with label HUMANE SOCIETY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HUMANE SOCIETY. Show all posts

Saturday, November 11, 2017

HUMANE SOCIETY TO THE RESCUE GALA @ CIPRIANI

Jean Shafiroff With Georgina Bloomberg



Georgina Bloomberg



Cristen Barker And Nigel Barker



Malin Akerman



Peter Max And Mary Max




Jean Shafiroff along with Georgina Bloomberg, Malin Akerman, Cristen Barker and Nigel Barker, were photographed at the Humane Society's to The Rescue Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street last night in New York City. Famed artist Peter Max and Mary Max were also there and all smiles.


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

GEORGINA BLOOMBERG @ HUMANE SOCIETY'S FETE

Georgina Bloomberg



Georgina Bloomberg was pure fashion at The Humane Society of the United States 2016 To the Rescue! At Cipriani 42nd Street the other day in New York City.


Saturday, February 23, 2013

HUMANE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES NOMINATIONS

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THE 2013 GENESIS AWARDS
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Futurama




The Humane Society of the United States has named Universal Picture’s “Big Miracle,” Imax/Warner Bros.’ “To the Arctic” and Sony Pictures’ “Darling Companion” among the diverse selection of nominees in contention for its 2013 Genesis Awards, which honor the news and entertainment media for their role in raising awareness of animal issues. Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” and “Futurama,” and NBC’s “The New Normal” are in the running for the Genesis Sid Caesar Comedy Award, while ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” NBC’s “Harry’s Law and FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” are up for the dramatic series award.



Winners in select categories will be presented at The HSUS’ Genesis Awards Benefit Gala, hosted by “Dancing with the Stars” Carrie Ann Inaba, on Saturday, March 23, at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.



In broadcast news, NBC’s “Rock Center with Brian Williams” and “Nightly News,”ABC’s “20/20,”“Nightline” and “World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer,”and CBS’ “60 Minutes,” “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley,” and “CBS This Morning” are allin line for the hotly contested Genesis news magazine, national news and morning show awards.



On the cable television front, HBO’s “One Nation Under Dog” takes on Discovery’s “Ivory Wars” and Animal Planet’s “Street Dog of South Central” for the Genesis TV Documentary award. And in reality programming, Nat Geo’s “Wild Justice” and “Philly Undercover” are nominated alongside Animal Planet’s “My Cat From Hell,” and MSNBC’s “Caught on Tape.”



“For 27 years, the Genesis Awards have celebrated the power of the media to shed light on animal protection issues,” said Beverly Kaskey, senior director of HSUS’ Hollywood Outreach and executive producer of The Genesis Awards Benefit Gala. “This year one nominee, ‘Big Miracle,’reflects the Genesis credo with its true account of how one TV reporter’s story triggers a worldwide effort to save a family of imperiled whales, proving that the media can and does make a difference.”





2013 Genesis Awards Nominations





FEATURE FILM



BIG MIRACLE Universal Pictures

DARLING COMPANION Kasdan Films / Sony

DELHI SAFARI Fantastic Films International, LLC

TO THE ARCTIC Imax /Warner Bros.



DRAMATIC SERIES 



GREY’S ANATOMY “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” ABC

HARRY’S LAW “Gorilla My Dreams” NBC

SONS OF ANARCHY “J'aiObtenuCette" FX



SID CAESAR COMEDY AWARD 



THE COLBERT REPORT Representative Steve King on dogfighting Comedy Central

FUTURAMA “31st Century Fox” Comedy Central

THE NEW NORMAL “Pardon Me” NBC


Thursday, February 14, 2013

HUMANE SOCIETY TO GIVE KE$HA WYLER AWARD

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STARS WITH A HEART
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KE$HA




Global pop icon and committed animal advocate Ke$ha will receive the prestigious Wyler Award at The Humane Society of the United States’ 2013 Genesis Awards Benefit Gala on Saturday, March 23, at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. The HSUS’ Wyler Award is one of the animal protection organization’s highest honors and is bestowed on a celebrity or public figure for increasing awareness of animal issues via the media.



Humane Society International’s first Global Ambassador for animals, Ke$ha balances her hectic career as a platinum recording singer/songwriter and one of the world’s most dynamic performers with her outspoken stance on critical animal protection issues. Ke$ha has spread the word about street dogs, the trophy hunting of endangered lions, shark-finning, Canada’s commercial seal slaughter, dogfighting and cruelty-free cosmetics, among many other important animal welfare concerns, highlighting a different animal issue each month on her website and urging her massive fan base and social media following to take action for animals. By talking about her role with The HSUS’ international arm, Humane Society International, and her commitment to helping animals in numerous media interviews, she has brought worldwide attention to the cause.



“It means so much to me to be recognized by The Humane Society of the United States because advocating for animals is second nature to me,” said Ke$ha.“My affinity with animals and the natural world inspires me and my music. I don’t understand how anyone can justify abusing or exploiting animals, and as long as it continues, I intend to keep talking about it.”


Wednesday, January 30, 2013

CARRIE ANN INABA TO HOST FOR HUMANE SOCIETY

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STARS WITH A HEART
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Carrie Ann Inaba




“Dancing with the Stars” favorite and life-long animal advocate Carrie Ann Inaba returns for the second year in a row to host The Humane Society of the United States’ Genesis Awards Benefit Gala on Saturday, March 23, 2013, at The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills. The event celebrates the work of The HSUS and the role that news and entertainment media and high profile individuals play in raising awareness of animal issues. Proceeds will benefit three of The HSUS’ top animal welfare priorities: Pets for Life, Chimps Deserve Better and Farm Animal Protection.



Award-winning television host, choreographer and producer Carrie Ann, who shares her life with four cats and two dogs, and recently launched her own foundation, The Carrie Ann Inaba Animal Project, will emcee the star-studded Genesis Awards Benefit Gala, marking its 27th year of inspiring change for animals.



“I’m delighted to have been invited back by The Humane Society of the United States to host this truly unique and inspirational event. We all need to be a voice for those who cannot speak out for themselves, which is why The Genesis Awards recognize those who have the power to spread the word about the issues affecting innocent, voiceless animals,” said Carrie Ann.