Tiles For Tails Fundraiser

TILES.VCS.1.jpgLet’s put some fun into FUNdraising! In partnership with Firefly Ceramics the Humane Society of Ventura County is excited to announce its new TILES FOR TAILS fundraiser to raise money for our new dog kennels!

Here’s how it works: First purchase a voucher from either the shelter or firefly Ceramics. You paint a tile for a small donation; this helps us rebuild our dog-tired, thirty-year-old kennels; then all of the tiles we collect will become a permanent design element for the brand new structure. Think color, sparkle, and memories of our beloved pets funding forever homes for those to come.

Even your dog can be creative. For a $25 donation, your small dog can leave its paw

print and name in a 3-inch by 3-inch clay tile.  Larger canines can stamp their footprint onto a 6-inch by 6-inch tile, using non-toxic paint.  This tile size is also the standard most people will choose for a $25 donation. Want to just sign your name or your pet’s name? For $20, you can paint a 3-inch by 6-inch tile, either horizontally or vertically.  

Want to add a little more pizzazz to our project? You can further immortalize your pet by bringing in your old dog tags and we will grout them into the finished panels for free. Too much personal information on the tag? No problem. Pick a dog or cat name tag at the shelter and for a $5.00 donation, we will engrave it.

We sincerely hope you choose to join us in making a lasting impression on our future canine guests, and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all your continued support.

For more information please contact Margery Spielman at Margerys@hsvc.org.

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  • commented 2016-07-28 16:27:25 -0700
    This is a very fun activity for people of any age and is helping a great cause!

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