We've been nominated for a $10,000 prize by the 100 Sonoma People Who Care foundation!
We have some wonderful news to share! We've been nominated by 100 Sonoma People Who Care as the Animal Welfare finalist for an amazing $10,000 prize for a local non-profit! We are so very thankful to be recognized as an important community organization and for all the support we've received that have allowed us to touch the lives of so many animals and families.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS for Feb 23, 2016 and help us win $10,000 to help our senior pups! Here's how the event works: 100 attendees buy tickets at $100 each, resulting in a $10,000 prize. During the event, each of the 5 non-profits that were nominated get to present and share information. At the end of the event, all the attendees will vote for who should win the prize.
In order to win the $10,000 prize, we need to secure as many votes as possible. How do we plan on doing this? By getting as many of our supporters in the room to vote for us! So please GET YOUR TICKETS at the link below and help spread the word. If you cannot attend but would like to purchase a ticket for Lily's Legacy, please let us know and we will send someone in your place!
For more information, please email us directly or check out the 100 Sonoma County People Who Care Facebook page
Tricia Breen at Lily's Legacy
On Feb. 6th, Lily's volunteers were given an incredible opportunity to attend a highly-informative lecture by behavior consultant and lecturer Tricia Breen. Tricia provided helpful tools and insights from years of education and working with pups in a variety of settings. She then proceeded to demonstrate several concepts with our Bunkhouse pups, Riley and Barkley, and our permanent resident pups, Greta, Sara and Elsa. We are very grateful to Tricia for her informative and delightful presentation and to Sherri Rieck for graciously sharing her beautiful photographs of this event!
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Meet Sparky! He’s a fabulous, happy, and loving sweetheart. When he came to Lily’s at the beginning of December, he received extensive medical treatment to remove a tumor on his eyelid and a tumor on his abdomen, as well as 7 teeth removed. He's feeling great now, and is a healthy boy. He’s great with dogs, kids, and cats.
To meet Sparky, call (415) 488-4984 or email email@example.com.
Mark Your Calendars
100 Sonoma People Who Care
February 23, 2016 6 - 8pm
Petaluma Woman's Club
518 B Street Petaluma, CA 94952
To honor those who light up our lives...
Our "Furever" sanctuary ensures that many more dogs in the years to come will find a safe haven and the care and TLC they deserve. A warm and loving place to land on their way to their forever homes or to remain for the rest of their lives.
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Alice interviewed by Nate Campbell, Host of Sonoma County's Talking
Lily's Legacy is visited by CBS reporter Roberta Gonzalez
At the close of 2015, we surpassed our goal of $7,000, raising an impressive $9,675 for veterinary and medical care for our pups!