HSC's 10th Annual Gala invites Charlotteans and their pups for dinner & dancing
The Humane Society of Charlotte celebrates their 10th Annual Ties & Tails Gala; the only black-tie affair that allows pets to join the party.
CHARLOTTE, NC, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 - The Humane Society of Charlotte (HSC) will celebrate 10 years of dinner, dancing and donations for the dogs and cats. The 10th Annual Ties & Tails Gala will kick off at 6:00 pm on Saturday, November 10 at the Hilton Charlotte Center City to raise money to benefit the Humane Society of Charlotte.

The organization's 10th Gala, presented by Charlotte Skin & Laser and Lake Norman Transportation, raises more than a quarter million dollars to support the mission of HSC each year. With more than 25 sponsors and over 150 auction items, the event is guaranteed to be an evening of delight for all in attendance.

"We've nearly sold out in record time this year," said Kirsten Beals, HSC Special Events Manager. "The community is excited to celebrate our tenth year. We're expecting 500 guests and 50 dogs!"

The Ties and Tails Gala is renowned for its exciting live auction. This year, auction items include an exclusive Panther's experience, a bespoke suit and evening gown, a skydiving experience, and a "Make-Your-Own Brew" opportunity at one of Charlotte's local breweries.

All funds raised at the 10th Annual Ties & Tails Gala will benefit the Humane Society of Charlotte, the organization's mission, and the care of animals at HSC.
The Humane Society of Charlotte is a community resource committed to delivering effective, innovative services that strengthen the human-animal bond and improve the lives of companion animals and the people who care about them. The Humane Society of Charlotte follows a no-kill philosophy, which is based on saving all animals that come to us. We believe that no healthy, treatable, behaviorally sound animal should have to be euthanized in our community. Our vision is for Charlotte to be a united community where animal welfare is valued and demonstrated through educated and collaborative efforts leading to positive outcomes for people and animals.

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