It’s our privilege to provide media relations support to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation, a charity created to honor the memory of a first grader who lost her life in the Sandy Hook tragedy. The Foundation is fulfilling Catherine’s dream of being a caretaker to animals by building the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary. To learn more about Catherine’s love of animals or to make a donation, visit the Foundation’s website. You can be kind like Catherine!
December 16, 2013
NBC Nightly News Shares Catherine’s Story and the Foundation’s Plans
By Vicki Amari
In a special report that aired this past Saturday, Catherine’s life and love of animals were celebrated, and the Foundation’s mission was shared on NBC’s Nightly News. Animal Welfare Correspondent Jill Rappaport filed the touching story.
December 6, 2013
The Huffington Post Reflects on Catherine’s Legacy in a Moving Profile of Her Mother
By Jennifer Monk
The Huffington Post Impact Blog profiled Jenny Hubbard in a story about how she continues to learn from her daughter every day as she and the Foundation work towards building an animal sanctuary honoring Catherine’s life and legacy.
Read the article by Allena Tapia.
November 15, 2013
Catherine Hubbard Honored by ASPCA® with Tommy Monahan Kid of the Year Award
By Jennifer Monk
“Tell your friends that I am kind.” –Catherine Hubbard
In a fitting tribute to a remarkable young girl who lost her life in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA®) told the nation about six-year-old Catherine Hubbard’s life-long kindness and concern for animals. In a ceremony this week, the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation, a charity created to fulfill the first grader’s dream of being a caretaker to animals by building a sanctuary in her name, proudly accepted the ASPCA® Tommy Monahan Kid of the Year Award. We are honored to support Jenny and Matthew Hubbard’s efforts to provide a place of kindness and refuge to the animals Catherine loved so dearly.
Read Jenny Hubbard’s blog about the award.