San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The animal-loving acts contributing their talents to the cause are: LAUGH IN THE DARK, EMELIE GUIDRY and CLAUDE BRYANT AND THE ALL STARS, with more special guests to be announced.
Admission by online donation in advance OR minimum recommended contribution $10 at the door.
In addition to great live music, guests will be treated to door prizes, a raffle and silent auction to benefit the charity. Adorable rescued pets seeking loving homes will also be on hand to meet the crowd.
All proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Louisiana's 'Enoch J. Donaldson Animal Sanctuary'. The charity has purchased 47.5 acres in Washington parish with the ambitious goal of opening the state's premier and largest no-kill facility. The sanctuary will house animals saved from cruelty and abuse and animals rescued from shelters in the Greater New Orleans area.
The Humane Society of Louisiana is a grassroots local charity, founded in the New Orleans in 1988. The charity is a licensed 'pet detective' agency specializing in the investigation and prevention of animal abuse. For more than 25 years, the group has advocated compassion and nonviolence for all animals around Louisiana.
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Humane Society of Louisiana
The Humane Society of Louisiana protects and defends animals from cruelty, neglect, exploitation and mistreatment. Through our cruelty investigatiion, crime prevention, education and animal care programs, we promote nonviolence and compassion for all animals statewide.
Founded in New Orleans in 1988, the Humane Society of Louisiana leads the fight against cruelty to animals statewide. Our direct care programs have touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of animals. We are a grassroots animal protection charity with a small staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers. We are not an affiliate of any larger group; we receive no tax funding, and we rely on private donations for support. Our campaign headquarters are located in New Orleans, and we have purchased property in Mt. Hermon in Washington parish, where we will operate the state's largest no-kill animal sanctuary.