Portland, OR (PRWEB) April 12, 2014
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is pleased to announce that its 2014 annual fundraiser auction "A Furry Tail Annual Gala," April 12, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Estate Sales Unlimited, 6585 NW Cornelius Pass Road, in Hillsboro, Oregon, will be joint-emceed by Matt Roloff of TLC’s Little People, Big World, and Joel Iwanaga, from Portland’s KOIN 6. The 2014 dinner and auction theme is “Share the Experience”, and attendees will have the opportunity to bid on over 100 items, including behind the scenes tours of the Oregon Zoo or the Newport Aquarium, a Disneyland vacation, Portland Timbers tickets, a Sunriver vacation, an Oregon Coast vacation, and so much more. The funds raised from Saturday’s event will ensure that our furry friends will have the support they need as we find them their forever home. Tickets are still available and on sale for $50/person or $75/couple. You can purchase tickets at http://www.ofosa.org or by calling us at 503.747.7818. Tickets are still available for this dinner, hosted bar and auction event.
Cathy Nechak, President of OFOSA says, "Furry Tails is our largest fundraiser of the year. Every contribution counts as we continue to work with partner shelters to place homeless cats and dogs. Many of the animals we rescue come to OFOSA as a last resort, and our teams of veterinary and animal care specialists ready these animals for adoption. We also heavily rely on our many volunteers who provide foster homes, and also act as companion support at our PetSmart and local adoption sites. The generosity of the OFOSA donors and proceeds from the Gala allow OFOSA to serve Oregon families one shelter pet at a time through rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of formerly homeless pets”.
About OFOSA: Founded in 2001, Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is a volunteer driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the welfare and adoptability of shelter animals. Our mission is to reduce the number of adoptable animals euthanized in overcrowded shelters, restore them to good health, and through adoption, provide them permanent, loving homes. For more information on OFOSA, you can visit us at our website and also follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
For more information, visit us at http://www.ofosa.org.
Contact: Cathy Nechak