A household pet can bring joy to a family, and in some cases, they make a family.

Bailey's Champs

Grants 2020

Grants Awarded January 2020

Pet Peace of Mind
$2,000 for two years to support UR Medicine Home Care Hospice staff and volunteers within the hospice community to provide pet food, veterinary care and other healthy pet care needs at no cost to patients to keep patients and pets together.

Mr. Grey’s Strays
$1,500 towards the TNVR (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Return) program that provides general and medical care for feral kittens and cats in the Rochester community.

Bailey and Friends COVID-19 Response Grants – Funds were used to help cover unexpected costs incurred due to the COVID-19 outbreak including items such as short-term operating expenses for essential programs, safety net and specialty services; the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies/equipment; cleaning supplies for health and hygiene; and efforts to ensure safe distancing. 
Round 1
Beverly Animal Shelter

Humane Society of Yates County

Mr. Grey’s Strays, Inc.

Pet Pride of NY

 Rochester Hope for Pets

SNIP Collier

Wyoming County SPCA

Bailey and Friends COVID-19 Response Grants Round 2
Humane Society Naples

SPCA in Cattaraugus County

Bailey and Friends COVID-19 Response Grants Round 3
Lollypop Farm – Humane Society of Greater Rochester

Keller’s Kats Rescue

Cape Coral Animal Shelter

Gulf Coast Humane Society

Grants Awarded October 2020

SPCA Serving Allegany County
$10,000 to purchase a dental unit to provide dental care and spay and neuter services for feral and community kittens and cats in the Allegany community.

Janine the Bean Rescue

$5,600 towards the TNVR Program (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Return) for the purchase of necessary supplies and the general care of over 100 cats in 22 locations in the Beechwood area of Rochester, NY.

Verona Street Animal Society
$7,000 to purchase vaccinations and pay for wellness, veterinary services for about 230+ pets from households with accessibility barriers due to financial constraints, housing insecurity, hospitalization, or other crises in the underserved neighborhoods throughout the city of Rochester.

Webster UCC Pet Food Pantry
$7,000 to provide monthly pet food for community pet owners and Meals on Wheels participants in need of assistance or are facing financial difficulties through partnerships with Meals on Wheels and Girl Scouts of Western, NY.

Keller’s Kats Rescue
$2,100 towards the general and medical care of cats and kittens rescued from overcrowded shelters and who are at risk of euthanasia in Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

Youth Haven
$3,000 to cover expenses accrued with the cost of caring for both Animal-Assisted Therapy Program golden retrievers including food, veterinary expenses, pet supplies, and dog toys in Southwest, FL.