The Fur Ball

SPCA of Wake County celebrates 50 years of community service

The SPCA of Wake County has been helping homeless animals for 50 years, and counting. You can help too, by attending the 2017 Fur Ball, coming up on Saturday, Oct. 7.

The Fur Ball is a fun and glamorous evening that includes a three-course dinner at Angus Barn complete with wine pairings, spirits, desserts and entertainment, as well as a large auction.

Proceeds of this event support the SPCA’s work year-round.

It’s important to note that the SPCA of Wake County is an independent nonprofit that receives no government funding to meet its annual operating budget of $3 million.

The services of the SPCA of Wake County go well beyond housing animals, to include a fostering program, a spay/neuter clinic, and even pet behavior consultations and pet loss support.

The Fur Ball will be held at The Pavilion at the Angus Barn in Raleigh, and is black tie optional. Attendees will enjoy a seated dinner with wine pairings, and browse and bid on silent and live auction items.

Ticket information can be found at spcawake.org.

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