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Explore the human-animal bond


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Like you, we want a kinder, more compassionate world that celebrates animals as sentient beings who are deserving of our attention, understanding, and respect. We believe that the human animal bond is a rich, shared experience and that we have the capacity and responsibility to honor the inherent value of the animals with whom we share the planet.

As a museum, we are the first of our kind. We exist to preserve, interpret and share our inspiring legacy of animal protection, to nurture current and future generations’ overall awareness about animals in society and to empower change.

In 2013, after 4 years of having a strong online presence, we opened our first gallery space in Hollywood. In that time, we held six diverse and thoughtful exhibitions and hosted innovative programs and events.

Our goal in 2015 is to move to a much larger space in a more prestigious location, close to Los Angeles’ museum row. The new space will allow us to house permanent, as well as rotating exhibits and appeal to a broader group of visitors. We will also continue to host educational and motivational film screenings, lectures, classes, and events.

We have a deeply committed, fully engaged and proactive board that has secured a several generous commitments to launch our capital campaign. We have secured a $50,000 matching donation from The Lavinthal Family Trust and we are seeking donations to meet this match, dollar for dollar.

Please donate. Please share. Help us make a difference. Help us tell their stories and ours.

Visit our crowdfunding campaign to make your donation.




BRUNCH:

A fundraiser for the museum

Sunday, February 22, 2015

West Hollywood, CA


SAVE THE DATE

for our 1st annual GALA!

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Santa Monica, CA

Hosted by philanthropist Bobi Leonard

Stay tuned for further details!

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Explore the human-animal bond

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