- EveryCat Health Foundation
- Steve Dale, CABC, Media Relations
- Release Date
- January 17th, 2024
For Immediate Release
Wyckoff, New Jersey – EveryCat Health Foundation announced today that nominations are open for the Steve Dale EveryCat Health Foundation Communications Award.
The award, named in honor of long time EveryCat Board member Steve Dale, CABC, is presented annually, to recognize a person or group who utilizes various media outlets to educate and inform others about cat health and/or behavior for the purpose of promoting the human-cat bond, and the welfare of cats.
Qualifying media outlets include, but are not limited to, print or digital local, regional, and national newspapers magazines; print or eBooks, digital/online content, including social media platforms, blogs, or websites; verbal media outlets, such as radio broadcasts, podcasts, and public speaking events, and video platforms such as YouTube and TikTok. Special consideration is given to those who promote cat health studies or results of studies funded by EveryCat Health Foundation.
The nominees’ work will be judged by an expert panel based on:
- Quality of the work,
- Accuracy of the work,
- Types and volume of work, and
- Support of EveryCat Health Foundation and messaging consistent with the EveryCat Health Foundation mission.
The form must be completed and submitted before the February 29th deadline.
About EveryCat Health Foundation-EveryCat Health Foundation is the world’s only nonprofit focused solely on funding feline health studies. Nearly 200 million cats bring joy to their companions across the world. Though cat ownership keeps growing, feline health research remains underfunded compared to many other animals. Since 1968, EveryCat Foundation has awarded over $10 million in grants for groundbreaking cat health research at more than 30 partner institutions worldwide. This funding is made possible through the support of dedicated donors and partners. Research supported by EveryCat Health Foundation helps veterinarians by providing educational resources that improve treatment of common feline health problems and prevent many diseases. Grants are reviewed and awarded with the help of the foundation’s expert Scientific Review Committee. For further information, visit www.everycat.org.