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2019 HERO Awards
March 9, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The 16th Annual HERO Awards
Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 6:00 pm
Omni Montelucia Resort & Spa
- a person pet who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.
- accomplishes an act which is deemed extraordinary
- one who shows great courage
Please join us, and 450 fellow philanthropists, for the 16th Annual HERO Awards- one of the most inspiring fundraising events in the Valley. This magical evening celebrates animal and human heroes alike, and captivates the crowd with stories of survival, companionship, and acts of heroism – all in the name of saving pets.
In the past 5 years alone, Hero supporters have raised $1,100,000, resulting in 17,000 life-saving spay and neuter surgeries. And now, with the addition of our Intervention program which keeps pets out of shelters and with the families who love them, funds raised will save even more dogs and cats.
With your help, the 16th year will be our best yet. We can’t celebrate the most heroic pets and save even more without you!
Stay tuned for further event details and ticket information coming soon.
See what the HERO Awards are all about in the video below from our 2018 event:
Video courtesy of Sequence Media Group.
Thank you for covering the 15th Annual HERO Awards!
We need your help to identify incredible animals in our community who have displayed outstanding achievements, acts of bravery, and expressions of strength, perseverance, loyalty, and unconditional love.
Do you know of an amazing pet who deserves this prestigious award?
Download the 16th Annual HERO Award Nomination Packet to share a pet’s story! Nominations are due by October 5th and can be mailed to 3905 N. 7th Avenue #7611 Phoenix, AZ 85013 or emailed email@example.com .
The 2019 HERO Awards would not be possible without the support of some special people and organizations:
Lindsay Benjamin – Event Chair
Lindsay is on the Board of Directors for People Saving Pets, a non-profit which provides financial funding for organizations aimed at decreasing the number of euthanized animals in shelters and supporting legislation to help protect animals nation-wide. She practices family law and currently serves Of Counsel at the Tyler Allen Law Firm in Phoenix, Arizona. Lindsay is an Arizona native and lives with her husband, two children and eight rescue animals.