2016 Ayshire Award

This award was presented to the Loudoun Community Cat Coalition at the VFHS Annual Conference awards ceremony in Charlottesville, Virginia on April 1, 2016 for their significant contribution in reducing pet overpopulation through spay and neuter services and other resources throughout their community.

The Ayshire Award was established in honor of Sandy Lerner, a philanthropist and animal welfare advocate who has generously supported the goals and objectives of the Virginia Federation of Humane Societies through funding from the Bosack & Kruger Foundation that she and her husband established. This award is presented to an active member organization that has made a significant contribution to reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neuter services and resources within the community.


Virginia Federation of Humane Societies President, Debra Griggs, presents The Ayshire Award to Kim Fields and board member Tom Bove.