2017 Spring Special Events
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(The animal images featured here are actual PACC911 pets saved by your generous donations.)
All for the animals!
Mark your calendar to reserve the dates of April 22 and April 27th.
APRIL 22, 2017 6–9:30 PM
A fundraiser for PACC911
Held at: 2555 E Georgia Ave Phoenix
Please join us for a special evening that will help us raise much-needed funds for our lifesaving medical programs, and in particular for Lulu’s Angel Fund (LAF).
You are invited to an event benefiting the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition PACC911 and its Lulu’s Angel Fund for abused and neglected rescue animals, hosted by Skye Gropper, Financial Advisor with Waddell & Reed. Casual Cocktail Attire, $20 suggested donation at the door.
PLEASE NOTE: FOR THIS EVENT PLEASE RSVP DIRECTLY TO: 623-334-4726 x 107 or email@example.com
All donations will be collected by representatives of PACC911. Waddell & Reed does not accept or collect donations of behalf of any organization or charity and is not responsible for any donations made at this event. Waddell & Reed is not affiliated with PACC911. Waddell & Reed Inc Member SIPC (3/17)
APRIL 27, 2017 7:30 PM
“DAYS OF POWER”
Special movie viewing
to benefit PACC911
Held at: Harkins Arizona Mills 25 in Tempe, AZ
Realize Releasing and PACC911 present the feature film “Days of Power” at Harkins Arizona Mills 25 in Tempe, AZ on April 27th at 7:30 PM.
About the film
The film was made to educate the public about puppy mill horrors, but to do it in a new way that would engage a wider audience. Days of Power follows the mysterious disappearance of a pop star and her band, which exposes the seamy world of the puppy mill industry.
The picture features Oscar nominated actor and animal advocate Eric Roberts along with Indie musicians and actors from all over the world.
This special screening includes a memorable Q & A session afterwards with the film’s star Jenny Hutton and the writer/producer Michel Grey, and is moderated by one of the film’s executive producers, Alysia Reid. Hutton, a Swedish award-winning actress and founder of the nonprofit AniAmore, plays the leading role in the film as Milow the Girl.
Note: Please be advised that this film is not rated, but if it were, it would receive an R rating.
How it benefits PACC911
Portion of ticket proceeds to benefit PACC911. Moviegoers looking for additional ways to help PACC911 will find purchases available for the film’s soundtrack, gift certificates from our Rescued Treasures PACC911 store and signed CD’s by singers and actors featured in the film.
How you can help
We are relying on advance ticket sales to bring this event to Phoenix. Please click on the link below now to purchase your tickets in advance. Individual admission price is only $12. The cost of the overall experience to make life better for abused animals? Priceless.