Shelter Our Pets Nonprofit Seeks Artisan Vendors and Sponsors for Upcoming Holiday Bazaar.

On Saturday, November 16, 2014, from 10am to 4pm at the Tice Senior Center in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, Shelter Our Pets a New Jersey nonprofit is having a Holiday Bazaar featuring 20 or more vendor artisans with unique, one-of-a-kind wares, including jewelry, accessories, and home decor. Shelter Our Pets is currently accepting artisans and sponsors for the event. The vendor table fee is $75 and sponsorships are $150 and information can be found online at or by emailing the organization at


The event will also feature a 50/50 raffle. Tickets are for sale at the event and will be sold in advance at $10/each. Persons need not be present to win.


Shelter Our Pets Holiday Bazaar is sponsored by D’s Grooming Shop in Hillsdale, New Jersey.



Shelter Our Pets is an all-volunteer nonprofit corporation. Our mission is to provide a safe haven for the pets of victims of domestic violence who are fleeing their abusive situations. Shelter Our Pets assists people seeking safety from violence by providing alternatives to giving up a beloved pet, leaving a pet behind in a potentially dangerous situation or continuing to subject themselves and their pets to abuse. Shelter Our Pets, Inc. provides temporary shelter, medical care, and behavioral rehabilitation for the animals of domestic abuse victims.


“The decision to leave a batterer is extremely difficult, and a number of factors come in to play. The need to leave a beloved pet behind only complicates an already emotional decision,” said Lynn Gregorski, a founder of Shelter Our Pets. “Many domestic violence shelters cannot provide shelter for a family pet, as well as the victim. It is for this reason we founded the organization and created the SOP Foster Sponsorship Program.”


The funds will be applied specifically to costs of temporary boarding, medical care, food and supplies for the pets of domestic violence victims participating in our program. Your donation gives survivors an alternative to surrendering their pets or remaining in a potentially dangerous situation.


“The Humane Society of the United States applauds Shelter our Pets for protecting all victims of domestic violence by allowing the victims to leave an abusive situation knowing their pets are in a safe place.” said Kathleen Schatzmann, New Jersey state director for The Humane Society of the United States.