Join Prison Pet Partnership for a happy hour fundraiser to celebrate the Power of the Paw!
Friday, April 24th from 5-8pm
Tickets include appetizers, complimentary beer & wine, dessert dash, raffles, and a special guest speaker.
Get ready to bid on amazing silent auction packages and be sure to bring between $1-20 cash for a chance to win 10x that amount!
All proceeds support Prison Pet Partnership's lifesaving work, providing second chances to incarcerated women, rescue dogs and community members in need of mobility assistance.
Become a Sponsor
Donate an Item or Service
Directions to Tacoma Yacht Club's new entrance:
From North Pearl Street
Go East on 51st toward Ruston Way
Drive down the hill to the large roundabout
Go all the way around the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Yacht Club Road toward the water. Continue down road to the security gate (left of the public park entrance)
Event Chairs: Sarah M. Anderson & Beth Rivard
Phone: 253-858-4240 (general line) or 253-858-4200 x82596 (direct)
9601 Bujacich Rd | Gig Harbor, WA 98332
Interested in helping at the event, pre-event prep, or after event wraps up?
We would love your help! Fill in your contact info on THIS FORM and we’ll be in touch soon!
Prison Pet Partnership is a501c3 nonprofit that enriches the lives of inmates, homeless animals and the community through the human-animal bond.
Our mission allows us to grow in many directions, using our foundation of rescuing and training homeless animals and providing job skills training to women inmates. We continue to rescue, train and place service, therapy and companion animals, and also provide animal-assisted therapeutic visits to local convalescent centers, and help students improve reading skills by having dogs listen while children read aloud. We have boarding and grooming facilities to teach women inmates job skills, and we also help inmates write resumes, and practice interviewing skills. Prison Pet Partnership scouts for job opportunities in the community in which an inmate will be released, and provide support through job placement as she transitions back into the community.