Phoenix Assistance Dogs Presents Puptoberfest 2012
Party animals, this night is for you.
Join us for Phoenix Assistance Dogs Presents Puptoberfest 2012, the coolest party in town for dog and charity lovers.
Date: Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at Tellus 360, between Annie Baileys and the Marriott on East King Street in Lancaster, PA.
Registration: Online through Event Brite
Festivities: Ruby, Inc., Kiwi Marketing Group and more at Tellus 360 for a night of wine, food, beer and a silent auction and live music all to benefit Phoenix Assistance Dogs, an inspiring non-profit that that trains dogs to assist individuals with disabilities. Click here to attend the event.
Why? The founder Linzey Ziccola, is disabled, and suffers from spinal muscular atrophy, which confines her to wheelchair. This means she needs assistance with everything. At age 15, Linzey got her first service dog and it transformed her life and abilities. As a result she now trains, raises and transforms castaway critters into full-fledged service dogs for the disabled without any cost to the recipients. The organization is run entirely on donations from the community as well as volunteers. It’s estimated that upon graduation it costs nearly $40,000 per animal to make it through the program.
What’s in it for you: Food, wine, beer, live music and a silent auction and the knowledge that you’ll be a hero for charity just by coming to the party. Click here to attend the event.
Curious what it takes to go from castaway critter to full-fledged service dog?