Portland, October 20th, 2013. The “Fences For Fido” HOWL-o-ween BINGO drew a cheerful crowd and raised $660. The amount will fully fund a fence—a space of freedom—for one of the group’s waiting, chained Fidos named Boomer. The event was at Joe’s Restaurant on the Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy. Board Member Patti Loverink and a member of the nonprofit’s foster committee celebrated with the coordinator of their annual rummage sale, Sue Schroeder.

Here are some fun photos from benefit:

This young man is quite remarkable in that he saves his allowance and collects donations to help dogs. We think Kyle is pretty special!

Kyle is quite remarkable in that he saves his allowance and collects donations to help dogs.

Amanda, a long-time Fences For Fido volunteer, loving on tri-pod Tryke, a formerly chained dog who was surrendered to Fences For Fido many months ago.

Amanda, a long-time Fences For Fido volunteer, loving on tri-pod Tryke, a formerly chained dog who was surrendered to Fences For Fido many months ago.

Hammy is a beautiful boy, also a tri-pod, who is part of our dog-loving community.

Hammy is special dgo, also a tri-pod, who is part of their dog-loving community.

Costume contest winners!

The smiles on the faces of these two new Fences For Fido volunteers show that they’re clearly in their element, among dogs!

The smiles on the faces of these two new Fences For Fido volunteers show that they’re clearly in their element, among dogs!

A full fence sponsorship is just $600, which provides an insulated dog house, dog bed, freedom fence and spay/neuter for a dog living outside, just like Boomer here. To sponsor freedom for one of the 45+ dogs on our waiting list, please visit www.FencesForFido.org/donate.

A full fence sponsorship is just $600, which provides an insulated dog house, dog bed, freedom fence and spay/neuter for a dog living outside, just like Boomer here. To sponsor freedom for one of the 45+ dogs on our waiting list, please visit www.FencesForFido.org/donate.

To learn more about Fences For Fido, visit www.FencesForFido.org or www.facebook.com/FencesForFido.  

A full fence sponsorship is just $600, which provides an insulated dog house, dog bed, freedom fence and spay/neuter for a dog living outside, just like Boomer here. To sponsor freedom for one of the 45+ dogs on our waiting list, please visit www.FencesForFido.org/donate.

 

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