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THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2020
It is our sincere hope that you will join us remotely for our annual New Leash on Life Summer Celebration. This year’s event will include a short film premiere, raffle, auction and more. Your participation and support helps us save the lives of homeless pets through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter.
Viewing this year’s event is free! Simply click the Live Stream link on the event home page. If you would like to bid on auction items, purchase raffle tickets or join in the $25,000 Lulu’s Fund Match please click the register now link. Thank you for joining us!
Since this year’s event will be from afar, we are excited to have friends and supporters join us both locally and from across the nation. There are a number of ways to participate:
Host a virtual viewing party for 10. Dinner and wine provided and delivered locally with three menu options. The AAC team will reach out to confirm menu selection after registration.
Host a virtual viewing party for 10 and receive business recognition throughout the event. Dinner and wine provided and delivered locally with three menu options. The AAC team will reach out to confirm menu selection after registration.
Support Lulu’s Fund
Help the AAC save more lives with a gift to this dollar for dollar challenge. Special thanks to Lulu’s Fund and the Day family for making this match possible! Gifts may be made through July 24, 2020.
1 for $25
5 for $100
Thanks to the generous support of a dedicated Animal Adoption Center donor, this original Amy Ringholz painting, Gossip on 5th Avenue 30×30 ink and oil on canvas, is our New Leash on Life Grand Raffle Prize. This painting was donated with the intent of supporting our Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program – a program designed to attack the root of the pet overpopulation problem and reduce euthanasia rates across Wyoming. Our strategy in attacking this problem includes hosting free mobile clinics on the Wind River Reservation, providing low-income vouchers in nine communities, and offering spay/neuter assistance to shelters through our Wyoming Shelter Project. Since 2009, this program has supported nearly 15,000 spay/neuter surgeries and, as a result, euthanasia rates statewide continue to decline.
Every dollar raised through this raffle will support the spay/neuter of pets living in low-income households across Wyoming.