You are cordially invited to Grey Face Rescue & Retirement's
Better With Age Gala
Thursday, September 27
Molitor's Quarry Grill in Sauk Rapids
$50, plus tax and fees
Come out to support our senior dogs by enjoying a delicious banquet meal, participating in our silent and live auction and relish in live music provided by local artists. Each general admission ticket includes a meal (vegetarian or chicken), free offers from local businesses, a live auction bid number and the opportunity to win free giveaways. This is an event you don't want to miss!
Tickets available SOON!
$10,000 - $100
Sponsor this elegant event and get your business recognized by thousands of dog-lovin' community members via social media, email marketing and through word of mouth from attendees. Through multiple marketing platforms, Grey Face has a large community of loyal followers who enjoy supporting local businesses that participate in providing care for senior dogs in need.
View sponsorship opportunities here.
Are you unable to sponsor but would still like to contribute to the Gala? We are seeking a variety of silent and live auction items. We are looking for everything from baskets and tickets to trips, services and more! Have an idea that would appeal to all attendees? et us know! Your efforts will result in more money raised for our senior dogs.
View a list of auction item ideas here.
Where Does Your Money Go?
our new home
We no longer want to deny a life due to the lack of a foster home. Foster homes are essential to our mission, but the most fitting foster home doesn’t always appear when needed. By expanding our facility to add short-term boarding options, we will provide safety to more seniors awaiting a temporary safe haven.
Titan was found as a stray in rough shape. He had major hair loss and itching, massive ear infections and a look of defeat and sadness written all over him. We just COULD NOT say no! We welcomed Titan with open arms and continue to provide him with the veterinary care he needs and deserves.
Lily was found wandering around a hunting area as the bitter cold was setting in. When we learned of Lily, she had a double ear infection and major gashes on her legs from being caught up in a razor wire. With legs oozing and infected, she could barely walk. She also had large masses on her body as well as lumps on one eye that kept bursting. While we knew we could treat much of these, Lily came with another puzzler: laryngeal paralysis, a condition in which the muscles that normally pull the airway open don't work, making it hard to breathe.