Valley Humane's 30th Birthday Bash
A fundraising campaign for Valley Humane Society.
About This Campaign
Location / Venue
- 3670 Nevada Street
- Pleasanton, California
- 94566, USA
- Sep 21, 2017 05:00 pm to
- Sep 21, 2017 08:00 pm
Campaign to Support Valley Humane Society
Valley Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal rescue and adoption center working to rescue and adopt homeless dogs and cats. We also provide community resources, children's humane education, and therapeutic pet visitations. We have been working in the community since 1987 and have a strong volunteer network to assist in providing our lifesaving programs and life-enriching services. Valley Humane Society is not a branch of any state or national humane society, and does receive funding from such groups, nor from taxes, state or federal sources, or the United Way.
Patricia Thorstad gave a $31 donationCongratulations on 30 years of service and commitment to the community.... the pet population is a huge part of our community and my rescue dogs add to my life tremendously every day, including the gentle stroking of them that lowers my blood pressure and makes me enjoy the moment and the day. Thank you for Rachael (class of winter of 2016) and Junee (June), class of spring 2017), and also thank you for the service I am giving to this community with my Friday socialization shift. I look forward to my time there on Friday morning and need also to thank present and past administrators for the smooth operation of this no-kill animal shelter. Sincerely, Patricia M. Thorstad
Chuck Deckert gave a $30 donationHappy 30th! Look forward to helping you celebrate this milestone.
Erica Hughes gave a $31 donationHappy Birthday, Valley Humane!
Caroline Lam gave a $26 donation
Robert Tucknott gave a $50 donationMack A Doodle sends his best
An anonymous donation of $26 has been made
Pamela O'Connell gave a $52 donation
Gary Gord gave a $50 donationDedication In Honor of: Our boy Joey who we got from you.
Victor Wheatman gave a $100 donationDedication In Memory of: Kate Wheatman
Mark Thompson gave a $31 donation