November 3 at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa
What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play; Life is a Cabaret, old Chum, Come to the Cabaret!
Join Oklahoma Alliance for Animals on Friday, November 3, 2017 at Southern Hills Country Club for a special evening with NYC MAC award winners, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler for the 12th annual Fur Ball Gala, “Tails from the Cabaret.” The Fur Ball has become Oklahoma’s favorite gala, benefitting animals. Besides a special cabaret show, the event will also include wines, dinner, music, raffles, live and silent auctions, and always, a bit of intrigue.
As OAA’s biggest annual fundraiser, proceeds from the Fur Ball fund efforts to end pet overpopulation, promote responsible pet ownership, and ensure the humane treatment of animals. Programs such as Unchain OK and many other awareness initiatives are making a difference, locally and across Oklahoma.
We invite you to play a starring role in this year’s “Tails from the Cabaret,” by becoming a Fur Ball Sponsor. Not only will your contribution directly benefit animals in need, but you or your business will also receive extensive exposure at the Fur Ball and in pre- and post-event promotions.
Tens of thousands of dogs and cats are euthanized in Oklahoma each year, simply because there aren’t enough homes. Can we count on your support? Your generous sponsorship will bring us closer to the day when all animals are treated humanely and no healthy, adoptable companion animal is euthanized simply because it doesn’t have a home.
The Sponsorship Commitment Form linked below contains complete details of how you can help. If you have any questions, please contact Jamee Suarez-Howard at 918-742-3700 or via E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please return your form in the enclosed envelope or fax it to 918-587-7103 no later than September 30, 2017 to ensure your inclusion on all publicity materials. Thank you in advance for your willingness to support the efforts of Oklahoma Alliance for Animals and help make life better for Oklahoma’s animals.