The Humane Society of the United States is headquartered in Washington, D.C., but we have offices all over the nation. We believe in work in the field as a means of spreading our message and organizing the nation. We have 35 HSUS state directors, and we are on our way to having directors in all 50 states.
Bianca Kajlich (with our new logo shirt)
and David Spade of "Rules of Engagement."
For a number of years, we’ve had an office in Hollywood—and one of its functions has been to organize and produce the Genesis Awards, which honors members of the media and the entertainment industry for incorporating animal protection themes into their works.
The HSUS Hollywood Office works throughout the year to provide information and encouragement to writers, producers and other entertainment industry professionals to shine the spotlight on animals. On tonight’s episode of "Rules of Engagement" (airing on CBS at 9:30 p.m. EST/PST) Bianca Kajlich debuts our new logo shirt to a prime time audience of nearly 10 million viewers. My thanks to TV writer/producer Carol Leifer ("Seinfeld," "Ellen") for casting The HSUS in this role.
You may remember that Carol was the winning bidder for notes used by Michael Vick, which were auctioned to support our animal fighting campaign. Look for more about Carol, her six rescue dogs and her support of The HSUS in the upcoming winter edition of All Animals, our quarterly magazine for HSUS supporters who have made a minimum $25 gift within the last year.
And to help spread the word, get one of our new logo tees at Humane Domain, The HSUS’s official online store.