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Halloween Party / Fundraiser with Forte Animal Rescue

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 757 S la Brea Ave Los Angeles CA 90036  See map

Forte Animal Rescue will be hosting a spooktacular Halloween party and fundraiser at Little Bar in Los Angeles on October 31 from 8 – 10:30 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and each ticket includes a complimentary drink and appetizers. Forte will also be holding a costume contest and a raffle for a selection of fabulous prizes! A 100% no-kill rescue, Forte saves all breeds and mixes, from poodles to pit bulls, with the belief that all animals deserve a chance at life. 100% of proceeds go directly to animal care.


 


A neighborhood favorite in the Miracle Mile, Little Bar is known for their great service, killer jukebox, and a friendly crowd. Little Bar is located at 757 S. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036, and can be reached at (323) 937-9210. Grab a drink and have a tailwagging time with great music, friends and food, all for the benefit of Forte Animal Rescue!


 


To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit http://farescue.org/LittleBar/.


 


Forte Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to finding solutions for the problem of pet overpopulation through its educational activities, animal adoption efforts, and outreach program. Based in Marina del Rey, CA, Forte was established in 2003At any given time, Forte typically has 40 to 50 animals in its care. To date, the organization has saved the lives of more than 900 dogs!


 


In addition to ongoing boarding and other expenses, Forte Animal Rescue continually incurs significant veterinary medical expenses for the animals it rescues.  Donations or any support is always greatly appreciated.  Donations can be made online or via regular mail at PO Box 10085, Marina del Rey, CA 90295. Forte Animal Rescue is a 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and 100% of donations go directly to animal care. Forte Animal Rescue is also looking for foster homes for its rescued dogs, along with volunteers to help its adoption events. 

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