Join The Ghoul on Friday, February 15 as he hosts the 4th Annual FUNdraiser at the Beachland Ballroom for the Waterloo Alley Cat Project. The night will begin at 7:00 p.m. with a basket raffle and silent auction. Over 30 great items have been donated by local artists, businesses and individuals, and local restaurants will be donating appetizers.
Admission for the night is $5, or $3 if you bring a donation of canned or dry cat food. This is the biggest fundraiser for Waterloo Alley Cat all year, and the event determines how much the group can do for the rest of the year to help the neighborhood stray cats. 100% of the money raised will go to the care of Waterloo cats.
The Waterloo Alley Cat Project is a North Collinwood neighborhood volunteer organization that has implemented a trap-neuter/spay-return program to reduce the number of cats and kittens roaming the streets around the Waterloo Road arts and business district. Since its inception in November 2009, the Project has spayed and neutered over 200 cats and has garnered the support of municipal officials, residents and local businesses.
The Beachland Ballroom is located at 15711 Waterloo Road.
Tax deductible donations can also be made to: Northeast Shores Development Corporation, P.O. Box 19246, Cleveland 44119 and mark in the memo Waterloo Alley Cat Project.
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