By Team FAN —
On Saturday, April 22nd, FAN celebrates Earth Day with a fundraiser and CATS-ON-EARTH education event in the WHRO Parking Lot in Norfolk, Va. FAN is reinforcing the need for more spay/neuter surgeries, highlighting TNR efforts in Hampton Roads, and holding a fun raffle!
**SPAY/NEUTER COMMUNITY CATS**
Jumble Sale: Buy Handmade & Gently Used Treasures
Woobie CAT BEDS & CAT MATS
NEW Catnip Critters / Woobie Toys
Tansy Cakes Bakery’s Homemade Vegan Cookies
Food/Water Station & Shelter Building
Positive Impact of TNR on Planet Earth
WHRO Education & Activity Van
Congratulations goes to grand prize raffle winner, Holly Tracy!
The prize: Two Round-Trip Airfare Tickets from the Virginia/D.C/Baltimore area to Orlando, FL (or other comparable Southwest Airlines destination within the contiguous U.S.).
Other winners: Anita Bradley (2nd Place: Spring Kitties Wreath), Kathy Salzberg (3rd Place: Cat & Libations Gift Basket), Pam Scinaldi (4th Place: Cat & Tea & Chocolate Gift Basket), Debie Johnson (5th Place: Cat & Snack Gift Basket).
Thank you so much to all for participating in our Earth Day raffle fundraiser!
Next event: May 21-22, 2023, at Stockley Gardens Arts Festival
FREE: OPEN to the PUBLIC
Come for the woobies! Beds, mats and the all new Catnip Critter Toys. Featuring the Pride-inspired #LoveIsLoveWoobie colors!
HOURS: Saturday, May 20, 2023 10AM-5PM
After Hours Party 5PM-7PM
Sunday, May 21, 2023 12PM-5PM
LOCATION: STOCKLEY GARDENS PARK in HISTORIC GHENT
Since 1984 Hope House Foundation has hosted the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival, a two-day event featuring over 135 artists from across the U.S. and overseas to participate and showcase their art in a variety of mediums, including photography, pottery, sculpture, painting, mixed media and jewelry. Stockley Gardens Park offers the festival a distinctive atmosphere with its peaceful garden setting in the heart of the historic district in Ghent, Norfolk. The festival is free and open to the public and attracts thousands of people who enjoy the art, live music, an array of food and the community atmosphere of the event held in the spring and fall each year.
“Connecting compassionate hearts to save community cats”
Feral Affairs Network (FAN) is a 501c3 nonprofit. All donations are tax deductible and applied first to any specific project you may wish to support. Additional funds raised, if any, go directly into the medical fund to save more cats and kittens. Our EIN is 81-4251598, and our IRS confirmation letter may be downloaded from our website. Learn more about FAN’s mission, programs, and read about our positive community impact.