An Evening For The Animals

An Evening For The Animals

Contact: Kevin Usilton, Executive Director, (302) 943-6032 or k.usilton@fsac-spca.org

First State Animal Center-SPCA holds "An Evening with the Animals" Benefit at Dover Downs, November 23, 2013

Come and enjoy an evening of dancing, socializing and fun - all to benefit the animals cared for by the First State Animal Center and SPCA!

Kristen and the Noise will be playing live at an Evening for the Animals on Saturday, November 23, 2013, 6 p.m. at Dover Downs. Tickets are on sale now at the First State Animal Center and SPCA (formerly the Kent County SPCA) at their headquarters, 32 Shelter Circle Drive, Camden, DE, 19934.  Tickets are $100 per person, and include dinner, dancing and a silent auction.  There are also sponsorship opportunities available to benefit the event. All proceeds support the First State Animal Center and SPCA.  The money raised from this fund-raiser allows the FSAC-SPCA to provide shelter and care for over 16,000 animals that pass through its doors every year. The organization is able to provide for these animals through the generosity of organizations and individuals.

To go on-line to purchase the tickets, please click on the following URL: http://fsac-spca.org/whats-happening/  and you will be directed to the on-line invitation where you can purchase your tickets through PayPal.

The First State Animal Center and SPCA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit multi-functional service organization serving all three counties in Delaware. Earlier in the fall of 2013, the Kent County SPCA was officially renamed the First State Animal Center and SPCA, in recognition of its statewide animal welfare focus and to help the public easily identify the full suite of services the organization provides Delaware's pets and the people who care for them. The mission of the First State Animal Center and SPCA is twofold: they protect animals from people, by prevention of cruelty and suffering, rescue of the trapped or injured, emergency medical treatment, temporary housing for homeless animals and the reduction of homeless pet overpopulation through targeted spay/neuter and education programs; and they protect people from animals through their commitment  in placing only stable, safe and well-adjusted animals into homes where they will thrive while simultaneously educating the public about responsible pet guardianship.

Information about the First State Animal Center-SPCA can be found at www.fsac-spca.org.

 

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Kent County SPCA changes name