Toronto, ON – January 20, 2014
CTV etalk anchor Tanya Kim has partnered with the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) and created a custom t-shirt, with all proceeds benefiting the care and well being of animals in Ontario.
Available for men and women, the cool grey t-shirt features the outline of Tanya’s beloved bullmastiff, Miss Louise. T-shirts can be purchased for only $20 (plus shipping and handling) on the Ontario SPCA website (http://support.ontariospca.ca/tanyakim).
“Miss Louise and I are always happy to help and support the Ontario SPCA in any way possible,” says Tanya Kim. “Something as simple as purchasing a t-shirt can give animals in need the second chance to live a healthier life that’s full of love”.
“Tanya Kim has always gone the extra mile to help the Ontario SPCA,” says Marc Ralsky, Director, Community and Donor Development. “Her passion for Animal Welfare and compassion for animals is inspiring. We love working with her and her sweet pooch, Miss Louise!”
The Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, providing care and shelter from thousands of animals every year. Unique amongst animal welfare organizations in Ontario, the Ontario SPCA mandates the society to enforce animal cruelty laws and proves Branch and Affiliate investigators with police powers to do so.
Tanya Kim is widely recognized as one of Canada’s top television personalities on CTV’s etalk. Tanya has hosted a variety of red carpets and covered events like the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games for CTV, The Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding and the 2013 Academy Awards. She has also interviewed some of the entertainment industry’s most notables including Jake Gyllenhaal, Rod Stewart, Jamie Foxx and Kanye West, just to name a few.
Acknowledging the importance of philanthropy, Tanya Kim actively helps and chairs causes that are close to her heart, which include the OSPCA, Blessings in a Backpack, CARE Canada, MusiCounts, Free The Children, Paws for a Cause, Camp Oochigeas.and most recently, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT).
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