Lost Our Home Pet Rescue’s 9th Annual Holiday Champagne Brunch & Auction is set for Sunday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Arizona Grand Resort and Spa, located at 8000 Arizona Grand Parkway, Phoenix, Ariz. 85044. Kick off the holiday season with sparkling champagne, a delicious brunch, huge silent auction with gifts for everyone’s holiday shopping list, rousing live auction, hundreds of pet lovers, and inspiring stories. The event raises important funds for the nonprofit, no-kill shelter located in Tempe, Ariz.
Jan D’Atri and comedian SteVen Franklin will emcee of the event, Letitia Frye will host the live auction and Lost Our Home Pet Rescue will present their Pet Champion Excellence Award to the Banfield Foundation. The award recognizes a person, organization or company that has made an extraordinary contribution to pets in Arizona.
The Brunch is Lost Our Home Pet Rescue’s major annual event, presented this year by Arizona’s Vision, Fred and Jami Pryor Foundation and Titos.
“We have lots to celebrate at this year’s brunch,” says Jodi Polanski, Lost Our Home Pet Rescue’s Founder and Executive Director. “For the last 11 years, we’ve been helping people and saving pets. Our shelter renovation will be complete this fall with improved safety and sanitation features throughout, increased capacity so we can help more pets, enhanced overall quality and comfort for the dogs, cats and people who enter the shelter and much more.”
Sponsorships range from $1,000 – $10,000. To purchase tickets online and pre-register for the silent auction visit http://www.lostourhome.org. For additional questions, please contact us at 602-445-7387 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
Lost Our Home was founded in 2008 in response to the thousands of pets in need as a result of the economic downturn in general, and the Phoenix-area foreclosure crisis in particular. They are the only shelter in Maricopa County dedicated to rescuing pets abandoned or at risk of homelessness due to pet parents’ life crises: eviction, domestic violence, job loss and illness. They have saved the lives of over 7,000 pets, reunited almost 1000 pets with families after providing almost 69,000 days of care through their Temporary Care Program and Sojourner Pet Companion Shelter program, and fed 17,000 pets through their Pet-Food Bank Program. They partnership with the Sojourner Center has them operating a pet shelter on their campus 365 days a year so that woman escaping domestic violence can have their pet with them. To learn more about Lost Our Home Pet Rescue, visit LostOurHome.org, or call (602) 445-7387 (PETS).
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