Break out your best formal wear and come out for an evening of dinner and dancing in support of the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe on June 2 at 5:30 pm.
A popular annual Rancho Santa Fe event for more than 20 years, the Spring Fling black-tie fundraiser will feature a tasting menu provided by more than 20 San Diego restaurants. This year’s theme, “The Kit Kat Club,” will transport guests to the Roaring 1920s, showcasing classic jazz music from that era. Attendees can also participate in both live and silent auctions, all to benefit the pets and programs at the Helen Woodward Animal Center. Tickets are available now at numerous support levels.
The Center sits on 12 acres in beautiful Rancho Santa Fe, fulfilling a mission based on the belief “that animals helping people and people helping animals through trust, unconditional love, and respect creates a legacy of caring. Sharing this philosophy with others, the Center inspires and teaches, locally and globally, the importance of the animal-human bond.”
For over 30 years, the Center has provided programs benefiting animals of all kinds in the San Diego County area, including a renowned equine rescue, numerous programs to find homes for cats and dogs, and wide-ranging community awareness campaigns.