Mothers Day Plant Sale - May 11, 2013
Thank you to all the donors and many thanks also to all the people that came out to participate in the plant sale. The day was a great success in raising funds to support PALS' various programs.
PALS' raffle was also done that same afternoon. All tickets were sold and the raffle draw winner was Darren Hewat of Nakusp. Following the draw, Darren generously made a funding donation to PALS!
Thank you to everyone for your ongoing support!
PALS would like to thank all the people for their support in the recent CBT vote. Funding such as this helps our PALS programs to carry forward.
The Protecting Animal Life Society, better known as PALS, provides food, shelter, medical care and love to neglected and homeless pets from Edgewood to Trout Lake to Enterprise Creek.
PALS formed its own society in 2003. The group broke away from the B.C. SPCA in order to keep locally raised funds used locally. In the past nine years, PALS has spent $240,940.47 on helping 1262 animals find new loving homes. Every cent fundraised by our dedicated volunteers has gone towards the medical expenses, food, shelter and supplies for the animals surrendered to our care. Thanks to our many supporters, we have been able to provide special programs such as our Spay/Neuter blitz.