TALENTED & GENEROUS FRIDAY QUILTERS!
Their quilt auction raised money for the Network and Sr. Village.
The Network is honored and thankful to be a co-recipient of proceeds from SaddleBrooke's 1st quilt auction. This donation will save lots of homeless pups in need of medical care.
Entering our 7th year, the Network has saved the lives of thousands of homeless pets! In 2017, we placed 63 pets, raised $41,600, and volunteered over 2200 hours! Our generous volunteers did all this for under $500! In total, we have re-homed 860 animals, donated $128,600 & volunteered 25,200 hours.
Thank you SaddleBrooke for your support!
Fashion Show was a Huge Success!
It was a banner day for pet rescue as 227 ladies supported the Pet Rescue Network’s luncheon and Calle Rose fashion show at HOA1 on June 6th. Unique to this year’s event was a Trunk Show where attendees shopped for fashions showcased by our SaddleBrooke models on racks and racks of clothing, purses and jewelry.
We await final numbers but anticipate raising $5,500+/- from the luncheon, silent auction made possible by SaddleBrooke’s talented artisans, clothing sales, and the 50/25/25 raffle (Thank you Kathy Coffman and Laurie Bendon who gave back their winnings.) After the event, we welcomed the community to the Calle Rose Trunk Show where over 150 ladies shopped to support pet rescue. The Network will receive 10% of sales.
A big “shout out” to SaddleBrooke artisans who donated to the silent auction, Charlotte James and her HOA1 Events Committee, Bob Koblewski (our photographer), and our wonderful volunteers and models. Most of all, we’re grateful to all who attended the event and gave so generously to help homeless pets.