Charity & Causes Miami Beach

18th Annual Brunch for the Animals

18th Annual Brunch for the AnimalsSunday, November 23, 2014, 11:30am – Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

For the second year in a row, the spectacular Fontainebleau Miami Beach is hosting the Humane Society of Greater Miami’s brunch for the animals. In its 18th year this event promises to be bigger and better than ever. Sunday brunch is always a culinary treat. But when you can take your best furry friend along, it is just the best! If you have never been to the Humane Society of Greater Miami’s Brunch for the Animals you are really missing out. Presented and hosted by the Fontainebleau Miami Beach for the second year on Sunday, November 23, 2014, this event combines an array of scrumptious and gourmet food for the dogs and their owners, as well as fabulous shopping,  great fun and camaraderie in an elegant, picture perfect garden setting. It is truly a magical afternoon.

The Humane Society of Greater Miami’s Brunch for the Animals takes place annually to raise funds for the care, medical treatment and shelter of more than 400 animals we care for on a daily basis in our shelter and through our foster care program. Always scheduled right before the holidays, guests will be able to start their holiday shopping early at an exciting silent auction and enjoy many of the Fontainebleau hotel retailers. We are honored to have Alan G. Randolph and Steven Rodriguez and Amy Zakarin and Isaac Rosenberg as Chairs of the event. Belkys Nerey, Emmy-award winning Channel 7 news personality, will emcee the event.

The Brunch has gathered Miami’s greatest Host Committee members to include: Michele Addison, Lana & Michael Bernstein, Angela & Louis Birdman, Sam Blum, Tara Gilani, Perry Ellis International, Irene  Korge, Alison Kunkel, Marcia Martinez & Michael Laas, Suzanne & Todd Legon, PetNet, James Provencher, Adam & Brooke Rosenfeld, Brigitt Rok, Mara Schwartz & Jordan Fein, Amanda & Michael Tillman, Judge Bronwyn Miller & Maury Udell, Deborah Young.

Tickets are $200 per person, $50 for children ages 3 to 10, and of course there is no charge for the stars of the event—the dogs. For more information call Dani Kandera at 305-749-1825, or email