Denim and Diamonds Fur Ball Raises Money for WilCo Animal Shelter
October 26, 2014 - fall Denim
The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter hold a biggest fundraiser of a year this weekend.
People during a fifth annual Denim and Diamonds Fur Ball eventuality on Saturday enjoyed music, cooking and a wordless auction.
Organizers contend a round aims to move in income for a shelter’s behavioral and improvement programs. They supplement that fundraisers like this are critical since all of a income for those programs comes from a community.
Shelter officials also contend supports lifted from a eventuality assistance a preserve say a no-kill status.
“The life-saving goal that we have during a Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter is critical since we trust that saving lives is a right thing to do,” a shelter’s Misty Valenta said.
The preserve brought in $7,000 during final year’s fur ball, that helped build a blockade for a shelter’s off-leash play yards.