Monterey, CA, February 06, 2020 - Max’s Helping Paws Foundation will bring the Emerald City to Monterey for a glittering fundraiser in support of its mission — providing a financial lifeline for responsible pet owners with a pet in a health crisis.
The third annual Paws for a Cause event (Saturday, May 9) takes attendees on a journey through Kansas all the way to Oz. Guests will enjoy a reception with wines provided by Bernardus, followed by a plated dinner, silent and live auctions, music, dancing and a casino.
Held at Portola Hotel & Spa in Monterey, Max’s biggest event of the year will prove that “there’s no place like home.” Paws for a Cause has sold out quickly in the past. Tickets are $150 and available (along with sponsorship opportunities) at www.maxpaws.org. Themed attire is encouraged, but not required. To register by phone, or to ask specific questions regarding sponsorships, call Dyana Klein at (831) 704-6473.
About Max’s Helping Paws
Financial circumstances should never decide a companion pet’s fate. Because of that, Max’s Helping Paws Foundation reduces economic euthanasia, surrender and suffering of severely ill or injured pets by providing pet owners assistance with the costs of urgent medical care. Through the years the foundation has assisted nearly 200 Monterey County families while approving nearly $160,000 in treatments for pets in crisis.
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Max's Helping Paws Foundation is bringing the Emerald City to Monterey for its most magnificent fundraising evening ever, Max's Helping Paws is holding its third annual fundraising evening to support its mission. To date, Max's Helping Paws has helped nearly 200 Monterey County families and approved nearly $160,000 in treatments for pets in crisis.
This magical, spectacular evening will take you on a journey through Kansas all the way to the glistening Emerald City as Max's Helping Paws hosts it's largest event of the year, Paws for a Cause. For year 3, guests will enjoy a reception with wines provided by Bernardus Wine, followed by a plated dinner, silent and live auctions, followed by music, dancing and casino. This event, which has sold out both prior years, is sure to sell out once again. Some very special surprises await attendees as they travel to the Emerald City.
When: May 9, 2020 Reception/Silent Auction opens 5:30PM
Where: Portola Hotel & Spa, in Monterey, 2 Portola Plaza, Monterey, CA 93940
Tickets: $150, Tables of 8 or 10 available.
Sponsorships (see details below): Multiple Sponsorship Options available
Online Tickets or Sponsorships: MAXSPAWS.ORG (Details Attached)
Phone Registration, Sponsorships or Other Questions: contact Dyana Klein, (831) 704-6473
Max’s Helping Paws Foundation Fact Sheet:
MHPF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that partners with Monterey County veterinary practices to provide financial assistance to clients with pets in need of critical, short-term care or longer-term, continued care.
Pets are members of the family. MHPF keeps pets at home with their families and out of overburdened shelters.
MHPF’s minimizes economic euthanasia, surrender, and suffering of severely ill or injured pets due to their owners’ inability to afford necessary and unexpected medical treatments.
Since it first started providing financial assistance in mid-2017, MHPF has approved more than $160,000 (and growing) in financial assistance and has helped nearly 200 pet families deal with financial hardship.
MHFP is a matching program paying up to 50% of costs, including diagnostic tests (Up to the Maximum allowable), allowing owners to make informed decisions around the fate of their companion pet. We help owners educate themselves as to all their options. We are unique in this aspect. We also provide guidance to help pet owners gather their portion.
MHPF has 23 veterinary partners.
MHFP is based in Monterey County and serves only Monterey County.
We are very responsive to our pet families and our veterinary partners. We have a veterinary liaison, Shelley, so our veterinary partners have a person to go to keep lines of communication open.
We have a no-contract relationship with our veterinary partners, making for a very organic and personal connection. We have an enrollment form that outlines what we provide.
MHPF launched an unprecedented two-year pilot program that provides for pets with chronic conditions, the Continued Care Program, which will provide up to two years of ongoing financial support to responsible families whose dog or cat faces a chronic illness.
MHPF is the first animal welfare organization in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties to launch a Continued Care program such as this in Monterey County.
Max’s Helping Paws Foundation is named after Dyana and Jonathan’s beloved miniature pinscher, Maximillian, who they lost to illness in May of 2016.
To contact MHPF, call (831) 704-6473 or email email@example.com. For more information, go to its website at https://www.maxshelpingpaws.org.
Marci Bracco Cain
Salinas, CA 93901