John Hoyt died at his home in Fredericksburg, Va., last Sunday after a long infirmity. Hoyt, more than anyone, developed The HSUS and built a solid organization, extending its reach into all 50 states.
In 2011, The HSUS was named the number-one organization by Philanthropedia (part of GuideStar) in the latest rankings of national animal protection groups, based on the highest impact for animals. The rankings were compiled by outsi... Read Post
The HSUS is known as an anti-cruelty organization, and many assume that our primary concern is domesticated species. But we also work hard to protect wild animals from a variety of threats, and our work on that front is wide-ranging... Read Post
It is impossible to overestimate John Hoyt’s imprint on The HSUS. In 27 years of dedicated service, he put together the team that made a good organization a great one, and he established a standard of excellence and hard work that c... Read Post