Fix Georgia Pets (FGP) is hosting their 4th annual Auction Affair on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm at The Estate in Buckhead. This year’s event will be an elegant and exciting “Beatles-themed” evening complete with hors d’oeuvres, signature cocktails such as the “Beatletini”, live entertainment from New York City DJ Duo, AndrewAndrew, and a live and silent auction featuring various exclusive items.
This event is all about saving pets as all proceeds from the night will directly benefit the efforts of FGP to decrease the nearly 350,000 cats and dogs that are euthanized every year in Georgia, making our state one of the highest kill rates in the nation.
Georgia Pets (FGP) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to decrease this number by putting an end to the pet overpopulation issue. Thanks to FGP, spay and neuter clinics, mobile units, and private practice veterinarians are able to provide services to those who otherwise would not be able to afford having their pet “fixed”, as statistics show one homeless pet is euthanized about every 12 seconds.
“We are raising the bar this year to create an elegant and fun evening full of excitement to raise the much needed funds and awareness surrounding Georgia’s pets and our cause,” says Toni Moceri, event co-chair.
To get more information regarding the event, please contact Susan Le Craw at (404) 354-1470 or email@example.com or visit our new website – www.fixgeorgiapets.org or use our hashtag #fgpcometogether.
About Fix Georgia Pets
Fix Georgia Pets is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization working with recognized low-cost spay/neuter organizations to combat the significant pet overpopulation in Georgia. Statistics show one homeless pet is euthanized about every 12 seconds and Georgia has one of the highest “kill rates” in the country. FGP provides money to existing spay/ neuter clinics, mobile units, and private practice veterinarians who in turn provide their services to people who could not otherwise afford to have their pet “fixed.” For more information, visit fixgeorgiapets.org.