The Onyx and Breezy Foundation is dedicated to providing funding and support to spay and neuter programs, rescue of animals from kill shelters, food, medicine and supplies, cancer research, medicine and equipment for military and police canines, equipment for medical facilities, puppy mill rescues and disaster relief, shelters, rescues, foster groups and sanctuaries, pets of individuals where hardship is present, helping the dogs of veterans suffering from PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), and several other endeavors that benefit the welfare of animals.

Stacey Ribotsky used to be an active fundraiser for the organization and her contribution was also highlighted by News 12. Not just this, Stacey was also associated with a number of other social causes including women empowerment and safety. She was a volunteer for the Sunrise Day Camp, Children's Medical Fund of New York, and the Special Olympics. She was also a PTO at the Wheatley School.

Stacey Ribotsky now wants to continue these philanthropic endeavors as soon as possible.

About Stacey Ribotsky

A mother to three children (two girls and a boy), Stacey Ribotsky from New York is a philanthropist. She is now looking forward to volunteer for some new organizations. Nothing pleases her as art and sports do. Stacey is a passionate reader and an exceptional writer who is hoping to publish her first book, which is a personal memoir, very soon.

Stacey has also helped the kids at Special Olympics by supporting, training, and motivating them for a few months. Talking about her professional experience, she was the owner of a retail store and a party planning business. She has also tried her hands in real estate but not as a broker.