Lost Our Home Pet Rescue Celebrates 15 Years with Sit. Stay. Brunch. Celebration
By Lindsay Hansen -
Monday Aug 21, 2023
Lost Our Home Pet Rescue’s Annual Holiday Sit. Stay. Brunch. is coming to the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch on Sunday, December 3rd at 10 a.m. Presented by the Fred & Jami Pryor Foundation, this annual event raises critical funds needed to support services and programs to continue to provide for pets and people in our community. Ian Schwartz, AZ TVs morning show will emcee the event and Letitia Frye will host the live auction.
This year, we “Paws to Celebrate” 15 years of providing life-saving programs to our community. Join us as we commemorate milestones, memories, and more; to witness stories of hope; to support our continued efforts in helping pets and pet parents in crisis; and to honor this year’s Pet Champion Excellence Award recipients, Sharla and Thom Blischok, for their dedication, contribution, and friendship.
The Brunch is Lost Our Home Pet Rescue’s major annual event. To purchase tickets or sponsorships, visit: http://www.lostourhome.org. For additional questions, please contact us at 602-445-7389 or via email at [email protected].
About Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
Lost Our Home was founded in 2008 in response to the thousands of pets in need as a result of the economic downturn in general, and the Phoenix-area foreclosure crisis in particular. Dedicated to rescuing pets abandoned or at risk of homelessness due to pet parents’ life crises: eviction, domestic violence, job loss and illness Lost Our Home has saved the lives of over 32,2500 pets, reunited more than 7,000 pets with their families through their Temporary Care and Tempe PD Programs, and fed over 975,000 meals to hungry pets through their Pet-Food Bank Program. Lost Our Home Pet Rescue specializes in helping domestic violence victims with their pets. They have valued partnerships with several domestic violence shelters to serve victims and their pets. To learn more about Lost Our Home Pet Rescue, visit LostOurHome.org, or call (602) 445-7387 (PETS).