Pizza, Pups & Pints
Thursday, November 18 from 5:30-8:30 pm
Join us for an exclusive evening at The Spot featuring all you-can-eat-and-drink to benefit Where the Love Is.
The $75 ticket price includes all the pizza, salad, soda, wine and beer you can consume! Every ticket includes a raffle ticket for a door prize.
Door prizes include make your own Pepe’s style pizza at the event, gift certificates from Consiglio's, Tre Scalini, and so much more! Buy additional raffle tickets at the event to increase your chances to win.
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What: Pizza, Pups & Pints
When: Thursday, November 18 at 5:30-8:30pm
Where: The Spot, 157 Wooster Street, New Haven, CT
Tickets: $75 per person, includes all-you-can-eat-and-drink pizza, salad, soda, wine & beer
Did you know rescuing a dog costs us an average of $700-$1200? We pay for transport, medical care, spay/neutering, microchipping, and we make sure all shots are up to date.
Your donation helps our animals:
get safely transported to our shelter (often from kill shelters in southern states)
receive medical care they need
be cared before their adoption
Please help us Keep "The Love" Alive and share this fundraising event with your friends and family.
Without your support, we can't help homeless, sick, or abused animals.
About Our Organization
Where the Love Is, Inc. (WTLI) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue organization founded in Hamden, CT and serves communities throughout Connecticut. We are dedicated to aiding in the prevention of abuse and cruelty to animals by promoting the adoption of abandoned and unwanted pets and providing those pets with medical attention, including spaying and neutering. We rescue, foster and adopt out our dogs and cats to loving families. We ensure all pets are fed, fully vetted, are spayed/neutered, up to date on shots, and receive love before they are adopted out.
Since July 2013, we have rescued and adopted out over 600 dogs and cats, most recently rescuing animals from shelters in Texas and Georgia. Our shelter is run 100% by volunteers and donations, which means we depend on generous supporters such as yourself.