Join us for an unforgettable evening of fabulous fare, sparkling cocktails, fun doggie activities and a chance to bid on exciting treasures from our auction, as we salute the SPCA's humane mission and the extraordinary people who make our work possible.  This year's Master of Ceremonies is our good friend Jacque Reid, co-host of NBC's NY Live!

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    *Individual Tickets are $275 (limited seating available)

~  2019 Top Hat & Cocktails Honorees  ~

Georgina Bloomberg:   Award-winning equestrian, philanthropist, animal  activist and author, Georgina Bloomberg works tirelessly to advocate for the humane treatment of animals. Over the last few years, Georgina has partnered with the SPCA of Westchester to rescue at-risk dogs and cats from high-kill shelters, giving them a second chance at life. Everyone at the SPCA—most especially the animals—count ourselves lucky to have such a generous, kind-hearted friend. One of Georgina’s many rescue pets, Bingo, is a proud SPCA alumni!

Rob Thomas, Marisol Thomas & Maria Maldonado:
Grammy Award-winning artist Rob Thomas, Marisol Thomas and Maria Maldonado are the amazing trio who founded Sidewalk Angels Foundation. Using their voices to speak on behalf of the voiceless, Rob, Marisol and Maria help to raise awareness for homeless animals through advocacy and education. They use their platform to support numerous charities like the SPCA of Westchester and we are extremely grateful for their friendship and everything they've made possible for our dogs and cats.

Katie Rockefeller:  A dedicated junior volunteer, Katie has been involved with the SPCA since she was first able to walk and talk. From hosting fundraising events to creating her own business, Flying Pig Farm Store, Katie makes and sells handmade candles with the proceeds benefiting the dogs and cats. Young volunteers like Katie ensure that we have a bright future ahead in animal welfare. 

For further details, please contact Lisa Bonanno at or call (914) 941-2896 ext. 54.  

We look forward to seeing you in October!