Home for Life's® Spring Gala, the Fancy Feast with Special Guest
Dr. Jane Goodall
Saturday March 24, 2018
5:30 pm - 10 pm
International Market Square, Minneapolis
Home for Life's® Fancy Feast is an elegant, festive celebration of the sanctuary's special animals and our community outreach initiative, Peace Creatures®, providing solace and joy through healing pet therapy programs to touch the lives of over 5000 adults and children each year. We are honored to welcome Dr Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and U.N. Ambassador for Peace.
Single Reservations: $250 per person: Main Floor Seating SOLD OUT!! Single Reservations: $150 per person: SOLD OUT!! Second and Third Floor Seating SOLD OUT!! Table of 10, Main Floor : $2500SOLD OUT!! Table of 10, Second and Third Floors: $1500 SOLD OUT!! Table of 6, Second and Third Floors: $900 SOLD OUT!!
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Home for Life's® Peace Creature® Pet Therapy programs in the news! Our newest initiative at the Washington County Jail is featured in Sunday's Minneapolis Star and Tribune. The goal of Peace Creatures®, which we offer at no charge to the community, is to provide pet therapy to those kids and adults who don't commonly receive this service and all the healing benefits it can provide ... Home for Life's® therapy dogs visit over 100 prisoners at each session, men, women and juveniles. Pictured in the article are two of Home for Life's® therapy dogs, Program, a paraplegic from the Soi Dog Foundation of Thailand and Dodi, a harlequin Great Dane. Thank you to the Minneapolis Star and Tribune for their coverage of this important program. We love our visits and the inmates are so good to the dogs!
Reprinted from Star Tribune: Therapy dogs are regular visitors to the Washington County jail—A partnership with an animal rescue sanctuary is helping reduce stress at Washington County jail. Twice a month, the Washington County jail in Stillwater opens its doors to visitors who know what it’s like to live through trauma, who can commiserate about being left on the fringes of society and can empathize with inmates’ desire for human contact and kindness. And they do it all without saying a word.
Their wagging tails, on the other hand, speak volumes.
This fall, Home for Life® welcomed Minneapolis pet photographer Jessica Nelson for two days of photographing the dogs, cats, birds and tortoise for the latest sponsor photos. Home for Life' s® sponsor program, the backbone of support for the sanctuary, allows donors to have a special bond with the animal of their choice, and we spoil our sponsors with beautiful portraits of their sponsored cat or dog taken by photographers like Jess, who donate their time and talent to help Home for Life®.