Our 15th Annual Wine, Kibbles & Bids event was a HUGE success! We raised a net profit of $57,497.62 for the animals - our best year yet!
Special Thanks to our 2016 Event Sponsors:
"Top Dog" Presenting Sponsors:
"Silver Tabby" Sponsors:
"Bronze Canary" Sponsors:
SAVE THE DATE! Join us for our 16th Annual Wine, Kibbles & Bids gala on Friday, May 5, 2017! Enjoy wine and beer tasting, a gourmet dinner, a silent auction with something for everyone, live music, and best of all, some special furry guests who will show you how your gifts help animals in need. If you love animals, you won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event! The event is held at the beautiful Gorecki Dining & Conference Center, College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph. map
Wine, Kibbles & Bids is one of the Society’s biggest fundraisers of the year, and its success is vital for us to provide for the 3,000+ animals depending on us each year. Not only will you have a delightful evening out by attending, you will be saving lives.
PHOTOS FROM PREVIOUS EVENTS:
2015 Event Photos, courtesy of Kirk Lamb.
2014 Event Photos, courtesy of Lisa Crayford with Country Gallery Photography and Kirk Lamb.
How You Can Help:
Donate a Silent Auction Item: Our silent auction is one of the highlights of this event, with a wide variety of over 200 unique items. Things that we look for include unique pet items, sporting event tickets, vacation packages, catered dinners, quilts, pottery, jewelry, wine baskets, beer baskets, golf packages, photography packages, tickets to concerts, plays and other fine arts, live plants/floral arrangements, garden art, etc... Silent Auction Donation Form
Donate Wine for our Mystery Wine Pull Game: Bottles may be dropped off at the Tri-County Humane Society right up until the day before the event during our business hours.
Help Us Advertise: Spread the word! In addition to attending our event, invite your friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors. There is nothing better than a room full of people who love animals!
Marit Ortega, Manager of Fund Development