Raise the Woof is a fundraiser to help raise awareness about the needs for animals in the community. The event will be held from 3 until 6 pm on Saturday, February 24 at High Point University Community Center where people from the community can wander down Doggie House Main Street and vote for their favorite houses. The three categories the public can vote on are: Best in Show, Most Unique and Funniest. Tickets are $3 for first responders, military, students and seniors and $5 for everyone else. This fee gives you three tickets to vote on the above categories. You can purchase additional tickets and vote as many times as you want to ensure your favorite dog house wins!!!!. The dog houses will be auctioned off the day of the fundraiser. Individuals and local businesses are encouraged to take part and build unique indoor or outdoor dog houses. Let's see your creativity, artistic ability and imagination.
The Raise the Woof event on will feature music by Thomasville’s DJ Joey from Tigerpaw Entertainment, items for sale by vendors and nonprofit vendors , food vendors and the Dog house silent auction. There will also be several raffle items to win from local restaurants, jewelers, nail salons etc.
All updates regarding the event, vendors, builders and volunteers can be found on our website http://raisethewooffundraiser.weebly.com
Some of the builders include Mike Reid, The Decorator’s Edge, Sweet Josephine’s, Davidson County Community College, HPFD-B Shift, Rowland Wood Working, Cost Plus Roofing, Lisa Gallimore Grubb, Scott McCutcheon, Thomasville HS Craftsman Guild, Chair City Maker Space, Quality hardware – Thomasville, O.L. Johnson Construction and Chick Fil-A.
Proceeds will benefit the Davidson County Animal Alliance, GoFar, Backpack Beginnings and High Point K9 Solutions.