Due to the rapidly changing climate surrounding COVID-19,
Heels & Hounds is postponed to Sunday, October 25.
If you purchased your ticket prior to postponement, your ticket is valid for the new date or you may be fully refunded. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in this difficult time and we hope to see you in October.
Nevada Humane Society is taking “A Walk in Central Pawk” at our 6th annual spring benefit and ladies’ day out, Heels & Hounds, which will take place Sunday, October 25, at the Silver Legacy’s Grand Exposition Hall. This spectacular event brings over 500 guests to a champagne brunch featuring shopping with local vendors, silent and live auctions, and a fashion show with Reno’s local leaders strutting the catwalk. All proceeds benefit Nevada Humane Society.
This event has become a staple in our community for animal lovers to come out to Reno’s premiere fashion experience in support of Nevada Humane Society. The event typically raises more than $50,000 to help save more than 12,000 pets who rely on Nevada Humane Society each year for care. It is only through donors like you that we can continue our lifesaving mission and maintain a lifesaving status in Washoe County and Carson City.
Nevada Humane Society (NHS) is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1932. Our mission is to find homes and provide care for homeless pets. Beyond the no-kill shelter policy we established in 2007, NHS has set—and achieved—the goal of making Washoe County a no-kill community where every homeless pet that can be saved is guaranteed a good home.
We accomplish our mission through quality animal care, comprehensive adoption programs, accessible low-cost spay/neuter and vaccine services, low or no-cost medical intervention aimed at keeping animals in homes and a free Animal Help Desk. Our non-profit organization is dependent upon donations and does not receive funding from government agencies or national animal welfare groups, including Washoe County.
Thanks to the amazing support of the community and the hard work of the dedicated staff, volunteers, and rescue partners, we have achieved dramatic results. Washoe County is now one of the safest communities in the United States for homeless animals and received the prestigious Maddie’s Community Lifesaving Award in 2012.
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