June 26, 2020 @ 6:00PM — 8:00PM
Our Annual Celebration to Benefit our Homeless Animals, but this year with a Twist!
KEEPING ANIMALS SAFE AMID COVID-19
We will be holding our Paws & Pairings Virtual Event on Friday, June 26, 2020.
This is our signature fundraiser (albeit virtual this year because of COVID-19) and the proceeds will help us to provide care for local homeless animals at our shelter. In a nutshell, the event will be symbolic, but the proceeds will be real and will still help us to keep our doors open and continue our lifesaving work.
Our virtual event will feature A Big Ticket Raffle ($1,250 Value). You are not going to want to miss this extraordinary opportunity. You could be the winner of the Grand Prize: A $500 Amazon Gift Card, $500 Top's Gift Card and A $250 GCP Discount Liquors Gift Card.
This year, we will again be recognizing members of our community who uphold the values of our organization and who help to make our area kinder and safer for both animals and people. We will announce this year's community award recipients on social media. Moreover, we will also have additional prize raffles.
Visit Fingerlakesspca.org for sponsorship opportunities and additional virtual event and raffle ticket information.
Thank you for considering a contribution that will help us provide care for local homeless animals. Please contact us if you have any questions or need more information about this year's virtual event.
Over the past few months, the coronavirus pandemic has greatly affected our lives, and I recognize this is a challenging time for all of us.
As we work to navigate these significant challenges, I'd like to thank our community members who continually support the lifesaving work we do. We can only keep our doors open and be prepared for emergency situations like this with the help of dedicated supporters like you.
We hope you will support this year's Paws and Pairings Virtual Event. Help us remain prepared for the unknown and maintain our ability to help vulnerable animals who depend on us.
Vicki S. Mosgrove,