Sign up to become a monthly donor of $25 or more, you will receive a set of two greyhound placemats and stemless wine glasses!
When you sign up to make monthly contributions to GREY2K USA Worldwide:
You help us help greyhounds by ensuring more of your gift supports directly program activities;
You help reduce administrative costs associated with processing gifts; and
You help GREY2K USA plan more effectively and accurately by providing a regular stream of income for our work.
With your monthly donation of $25 or more, we will send you a set of two greyhound placemats and stemless wine glasses with the GREY2K USA Worldwide logo.
Contributions can also be made by check or money order. Please complete our mail-in contribution form (PDF) and send it with your donation.
GREY2K USA Worldwide is a non-profit 501(c)4 advocacy organization located at 7 Central Street, Arlington, Massachusetts 02476. 100% of donations support our mission to end dog racing, pass greyhound protection laws and promote greyhound adoption. We are grateful for personal and corporate contributions. Because GREY2K USA lobbies for greyhound legislation, contributions are not tax deductible.
Gracie's story is a little unusual. She was a two-family dog.
In 1999, she was adopted by Jules and Des Pieri and their three sons in Lexington, Massachusetts. Two years later, the Pieris' work sent them to Ireland, but they could not take Gracie with them. In desperation, they posted a notice at a local park, asking if anyone would take care of their dear friend. My husband Byron and I had just adopted our first greyhound, Angie, and thought it would be fun to have two. So Gracie came to live with us "just for a while." Read more...
We work to pass stronger greyhound protection laws and prohibit dog racing in the United States and around the world.
We continually document the cruelty of dog racing through reports, conferences, petitions, action alerts and social media.
We regularly support greyhound adoption organizations and contribute financially to rescuing dogs as tracks close.