The Animal Protection Society of Durham is pleased to announce our annual Tails at Twilight fundraising gala will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2021, at 6:00 PM.
Tails at Twilight will be a virtual, online event to raise funds for and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Animal Protection Society of Durham serving our community. We hope to celebrate you, your support, and the joy pets bring into our lives, together online, raising much needed funds for homeless animals in need.
This one-of-a-kind event offers pet lovers and enthusiasts the opportunity to support homeless animals while bidding on some of the most unique items and experience any local auction has to offer. The year’s virtual, completely online event – Beyond the Ballroom – offers an exciting experience for APS of Durham supporters within the comfort and safety of your homes. Our online program will be engaging and fun, lasting between 45 minutes – one hour, and opening participation to a wider audience than ever before. Registration is now open by September 25, 2021, with varying levels of participation. A Tails at Twilight ticket includes a three-course meal from The Washington Duke, a cocktail kit from Alley 26, a limited-edition APS 50th anniversary shirt, and access to the evening’s festivities, including a live and silent auction as well as entertainment.
While our world has changed rather dramatically, one thing that has remained constant is the plight of homeless animals in our community. Your support makes all the difference. We look forward to seeing you beyond the ballroom.
For Registration, Tickets, and More Information: www.APSofDurham.org/Tails-at-Twilight
For Direct Ticket Purchase: https://event.gives/tails2021
About APS: The Animal Protection Society (APS) of Durham is a leader in building lifelong bonds between people and animals through education, community outreach and providing care for animals in need. The mission of the APS of Durham is to educate the public about the humane care, treatment, and well-being of all animals, to help stop pet overpopulation through the promotion of spay/neuter programs, and to find suitable adoptive homes for the animals in our care.