Why Support TEAM?

 
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Since 2012, hundreds of homeless and abused dogs have been welcomed into our rescue. With your support, TEAM Dog Rescue will be able to continue its mission to provide education and outreach in the community, emergency medical services for dogs in crisis, to provide safe shelter for abandoned senior dogs, and strong adoption programs to ensure that every homeless dog lives in a safe and loving home.

About TEAM Dog Rescue

TEAM Dog Rescue (TEAM) is a volunteer & foster-based dog rescue located in Toronto (GTA). We are a Registered Canadian Charity dedicated to helping homeless dogs find their forever homes. Our focus is to rescue dogs from overcrowded and high-kill shelters in Ontario and Quebec, as well as partner with the IFAW Northern Dog Project. Our team has been involved with international rescue and has partnered with worldwide reputable rescues to find displaced dogs homes in Ontario.

TEAM works hard to match each dog with the perfect foster and adoptive home to ensure that the specific needs of both the animal and family are met. We accept many medically-challenged and senior dogs into our care and by partnering with vets and specialists across the province we ensure these dogs are as healthy as possible prior to adoption.

 Our goal is to educate, end cruelty and fight the stigma placed on rescue dogs. We want people to know that there are better alternatives to breeders and online classifieds when considering adding a pet to their family.

TEAM started the #THINKRESCUE campaign, which has gone viral.

The #THINKRESCUE campaign was born out of a need to change the perception of rescue dogs as inferior pets

 

Meet Our Alumni

 
 

The Gala Details

Join us for TEAM's second annual, PARTY WITH A PURPOSE, on February 22, 2019 from 7:00pm - 12:30am at Chateau Le Parc in Vaughan. Included in your ticket:

  • Passed Hors d'oeuvres, gourmet chef-attended food stations, late night food table and sweet dessert bar

  • Open bar

  • A full evening of entertainment hosted by Tanya Kim

  • Live band and DJ

  • Silent Auction and lots more!

100% of the proceeds will help homeless dogs in need.

 
 
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The Line Up

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Tanya Kim

Master of Ceremony, TV Personality & Dog Advocate

Tanya Kim is widely recognized as more than just one of Canada’s most familiar television personalities. Raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Tanya’s passion extends beyond entertainment and celebrity culture. Classically trained as a pianist and dancer, this Broadcast Journalism graduate started her TV career at MuchMusic. She went on to become the music reporter for CTV’s "The Chatroom" and then the special correspondent for the first two seasons of "Canadian Idol", reporting on music and style.

Tanya’s former role as Co-Anchor at ETALK gave her a slew of exciting opportunities, including hosting red carpets at the Academy Awards, Juno Awards, Grammy Awards, and reporting backstage with the artists at Live 8 Canada. In July 2007, Tanya reported live from London during both the Concert for Diana and Live Earth. In February 2010, Tanya had the opportunity to report from the Vancouver 2012 Olympic Winter Games for CTV as well as for Olympic Morning.

In 2005, TV Guide included Tanya on a list of “Canada’s Top 10 newcomers on the verge of a major breakout.” She also received two Toronto Sun Readers Choice Awards for Entertainment TV Reporter. Additionally, Tanya is credited in the film and television worlds making appearances in "Puppets Who Kill", "Degrassi: The Next Generation", "Instant Star", and "Glitter".

Recognizing the importance of philanthropy, Tanya supports charities that are close to her heart. Tanya is a passionate dog advocate and shares her love and support for animals as an ambassador for the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA). She is also the Honourary Chair for the OSPCA‘s Friends For Life! Walk in Toronto, Ontario, which is a provincial program by the OSPCA designed to raise funds and awareness for the protection and care of all animals in Ontario. In November 2008, she traveled to Zambia as national spokesperson for CARE Canada to help launch their “I Am Powerful”


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